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Re: maize in Europe and India: a twisted tale
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Yuri Kuchinsky) writes:
[an extremely twisted tale, worthy of the x-files deleted.]
>Not only that. The proud Europeans could not probably face the fact
>that the Asians could have had any links with America -- without the
>proud and mighty Europeans coming around to Asia first and _then_
>linking Asia with America! So this is how it looks to me... Strange
>and amazing this "story of maize"...
For sure Yuri. And to cover up their tracks the sneaky Eurocentrics
gathered up every corn cob which ever existed in the Old World and
sent them on a boat back to the New World so that future archaeologists
would never be able to uncover their incredible deceit. But they
didn't count on the pluckiness of a single adventurer who would hail
from the far away (in both time and space) land of Toronto.
Peter van Rossum