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“In 1492 Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue”

Now what if I told you that was all a giant conspiracy to keep the people of the world from finding out the true nature of this man and where he really was? 429 more words

Age Of Exploration

Leif Erikson Lets Columbus Know 'What's What'

This letter is not a work of fact – it was taken and adapted from www.funnyordie.com This letter is based on the assumption that Norseman Leif Erikson would not have been too happy with what Christopher Columbus claimed he did! 427 more words

Age Of Exploration


How often do you get asked about your “number”? You know, the number of penises or vaginas that have met with your corresponding parts. I have found myself being asked this question a few times over the years, and as recently as the last couple of weeks. 1,084 more words



I’m not a particularly religious or political person. I have my own ideas and views but don’t feel the need to talk about it all of the time because, let’s face it, do you really care? 906 more words

Galway - 1892

Irish Examiner 1st October, 1892 p.12

The old city of Galway will celebrate with more than ordinary enthusiasm the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the New World, for in that fine old city was born William Eyre, the Irishman who sailed with Columbus on his first voyage. 172 more words

Posts And Podcasts

Central America Trip #30

The motorhome is parked at Mary’s home in Murphys, California.

I’m planning to  depart November 30th. While here, I’ll do routine maintenance, minor repairs and major cleaning of the Bronco and motorhome. 624 more words

November 15, 1492: According to the Surgeon General

Rodrigo de Jerez secured his place in history as a trailblazer way back in 1492. He and a companion, Luis de Torres were crewmen who sailed to the Americas aboard the Santa Maria as part of Christopher Columbus’ first voyage. 289 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac