Screenshot via Calgary Global News

Dressed in a suit adorned with military medals and awards, Ken Sturdy, a 97-year-old World War II veteran, sat in a crowded movie theater in Calgary, Alberta, on July 21 and watched Dunkirk — a war drama about a real-life battle he survived.

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Associated Press photo by Guillaume Souvant

Look, everybody screws up, but usually it's minor like farting in a crowded elevator, or accidentally microwaving leftovers along with a metal spoon or fork.

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Photo by Juan Lacruz via Wikimedia Commons

The timeless struggle of old versus new and nature versus technology is coming to a head in the form of the millennium-old art of falconry, which is being used to stop drones.

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Image via EA games.

It’s 1918, and a young British soldier named Arthur Morehouse is sprinting through the bombed-out remnants of a building in France. German rifle fire kicks up around him, and as he turns a corner, a gout of fire from a flamethrower consumes him. He’s 19. Cut to Hugh Steele who is manning a side gun in a British tank. When an artillery round lands a direct hit, he dies. He is 23.

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