|Fig.1: The poor treatment of |
the Inca civilization gives me
an ugly, stinky llama face!
Sunday, September 29, 2013
Friday, September 20, 2013
|Fig.1: The Toledo Strip, home to the Toledo Strip Mall with a Dunkin Donuts, |
a Krispy Kreme, and a Tim Horton's all in one convenient location!
Friday, September 13, 2013
|Rule #1: Don't bring up King Hammurabi's nose.|
Thursday, September 5, 2013
|Fig.1: The greatest contribution |
Zanzibar has ever given the world,
suspenders and all.
Archaeologists believe that Zanzibar has been inhabited for at least 20,000 years; since it is an island about twenty miles off the coast of the mainland, it must have been pretty difficult to "Keep Yourself Alive" with food and a fresh-water supply if you were an Ancient Zanzibarian. But they succeeded, and Zanzibar Town on the west side of the island is considered to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in Africa, which is one of the few accolades with "oldest" and "Africa" in it that the Egyptians haven't snagged up. A first century Greek text on ports in the Indian Ocean refers to an island named Menuthias in the location of Zanzibar, and praises its booming trade of tortoise shells, as well as even cryptically refers to "Fat Bottomed Girls" putting on a "Bicycle Race." Zanzibar was certainly one-of-a-kind even back then!