• July 2, 2018

Top 10 Firsts that Weren’t Actually Firsts

Top 10 Firsts that Weren’t Actually Firsts
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First!!! Not. From inventing the Interview, to featuring the first interracial kiss on TV, to inventing the printing press, these firsts weren’t quite so legendary. WatchMojo counts down the Top 10 Firsts that Weren’t Actually Firsts.

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#10. Al Gore Inventing the Internet
#9. “Star Trek” Featuring the First Scripted Interracial Kiss on U.S. TV
#8. Johannes Gutenberg Inventing the Printing Press
#7. Betsy Ross Making the First American Flag
#6. Charles Darwin Developing the Theory of Evolution
#5. Disney Releasing the First FeatureLength Animated Movie
#4. Microsoft, Apple or IBM Designing the First Desktop Computer
#3, #2 & #1???

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Firsts that Weren’t Actually Firsts

  1. Alberto Santos Dumont is the creator of airplane. The Wright Brothers don´t invented and flew the first successful airplane. Deal with it, North Americans.

  2. It’s ironic that the Xerox computer had a vertical monitor rather than horizontal. With 9/10 people not bothering to turn their phones horizontal when filming anything important nowadays, it would be perfect in this day and age.

  3. English took the lingo to america and they claimed it for themselves but as most will already know we’d been speaking OUR language a long time before america was known as a country ( or stolen from its natives )

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