Cowboys and Indians in the 1800's

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  1. Feb 3, 2019 #41

    shortstart

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    A while back, a reenactor buddy and I were doing a short presentation for a bunch of home schooled kids. The subject was events in south western Pa. during the F&I war. In the coarse of the Q&A afterward, the question of “who was George Washington” came up. One child thought he might have been a General. That was it. From the look on the mothers faces, I’m not sure they knew either! Makes me glad I’m as old as I am. (75)
     
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    Pukka Bundook

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    When I was in school in the 60's, (UK) a question on a test asked, "Who invented the television?"

    I answered "Yogi Bear" (!) as I knew it was a name Something like that!!
     
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    Pukka Bundook,

    ROTFL.

    yours, satx
     
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    The haircut lady frowns on you dulling her clippers with a lathe chip-zing...
     

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