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Author:  GKC [ Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:59 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Columbus Day a Worthy National Holiday?

faithfulservant wrote:
Highlander wrote:
I stand upon a prominence, or in my backyard, and recite the following:

He had three ships and left from Spain;
He sailed through sunshine, wind, and rain.

He sailed by night; he sailed by day;
He used the stars to find his way.

A compass also helped him know
How to find the way to go.

Ninety sailors were on board;
Some men worked while others snored.

Then the workers went to sleep;
And others watched the ocean deep.

Day after day they looked for land;
They dreamed of trees and rocks and sand.

October 12 their dream came true,
You never saw a happier crew!

“Indians! Indians!” Columbus cried;
His heart was filled with joyful pride.

But “India” the land was not;
It was the Bahamas, and it was hot.

The Arakawa natives were very nice;
They gave the sailors food and spice.

Columbus sailed on to find some gold
To bring back home, as he’d been told.

He made the trip again and again,
Trading gold to bring to Spain.

The first American? No, not quite.
But Columbus was brave, and he was bright.


your brain has been infiltrated by gkc's thread .. quick, do a bleach rinse


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Author:  crossquad [ Tue Oct 09, 2018 10:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Columbus Day a Worthy National Holiday?

Greetings:

Thank goodness,for this dude.The Russians or the British would of taken the West-Coast
and we wouldn't of have the Beach-Boys.We would be stuck with the."The Canyon Boys".


https://youtu.be/BDkO5UYdP2g
bye

Author:  Highlander [ Wed Oct 10, 2018 12:05 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Columbus Day a Worthy National Holiday?

I actually get that. Which means that your sense of connection is about as warped and random as mine.

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