Gilchrist: Sorry, pilgrim. Mexicans own Thanksgiving

Full story: The Summit Daily News

Last year in this column, we met Sarah Josepha Hale, the widow who tirelessly promoted Thanksgiving and yet refused to stuff a turkey for her dinner guests.
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If there is a bird

United States

#1 Nov 22, 2012
And it's free,
Mexicans will be there hands out!
Jiame Russell AARP

El Paso, TX

#2 Nov 22, 2012
Its called EL Dia Del Cocono, Way.
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#3 Nov 22, 2012
Supreme Chicano Commander and Jiame Russell are one and the same person. Too bad. Look at the IP address on both over a series of mistakes they are.
The Thanksgiving Day was not for and by the mexicants. It was set in Massachusetts off Plymouth Rock point. But if your are going for an earlier date then you would have to go to the time of Erik the Red who established his own colonies in Newfoundland and some of the Irish who came over here and fished the outer banks and came ashore to dry their catch before returning to Ireland.
The stinking Spanish Governor of New Mexico came south and may have had an earlier thanksgiving feast but it was not one for the Lord and the natives saving them. It was because he and his band of pueblo indian traitors were able to out run the revolt of the pueblo tribes. They were lucky the pueblo indians did not sustain their attacks and kill off a Killer and the traitors that followed him. Remember they planted nothing and only reaped the hatred of the native American peoples.
SupremeChicanoCo mmander

El Paso, TX

#4 Nov 22, 2012
AREU4REAL wrote:
Supreme Chicano Commander and Jiame Russell are one and the same person. Too bad. Look at the IP address on both over a series of mistakes they are.
The Thanksgiving Day was not for and by the mexicants. It was set in Massachusetts off Plymouth Rock point. But if your are going for an earlier date then you would have to go to the time of Erik the Red who established his own colonies in Newfoundland and some of the Irish who came over here and fished the outer banks and came ashore to dry their catch before returning to Ireland.
The stinking Spanish Governor of New Mexico came south and may have had an earlier thanksgiving feast but it was not one for the Lord and the natives saving them. It was because he and his band of pueblo indian traitors were able to out run the revolt of the pueblo tribes. They were lucky the pueblo indians did not sustain their attacks and kill off a Killer and the traitors that followed him. Remember they planted nothing and only reaped the hatred of the native American peoples.
Eric the Red and the rest of the anchor babies did not discover anything , the Aztec people were the rulers of this Hemisphere thus claimed all its lands and by our blood still claim it as Occupied Mexico. So your theory has been debunked.
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#5 Nov 22, 2012
SupremeChicanoCommander wrote:
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Eric the Red and the rest of the anchor babies did not discover anything , the Aztec people were the rulers of this Hemisphere thus claimed all its lands and by our blood still claim it as Occupied Mexico. So your theory has been debunked.
The Aztec people were for the area near and around what is now mexico city. They never ever went into the areas of Texas or New Mexico. The real rulers are the Olmec and the Mayans. The information for the Aztec Calender and astronomy were taken by the Aztec from the more intelligent and less warfaring Mayans.

Erick the Red discovered North America when the aztecs were just beginning to establish themselves into tiny tribal units. go read your history books. Oh! That's right you barely know what a history book is if it is written in English. You still haven't gotten over being a mexicant citizen yet.
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#6 Nov 22, 2012
The medieval Icelandic tradition relates that Erik the Red and his wife Þjóðhildr (Thjodhildr) had four children: a daughter, Freydís, and three sons, the explorer Leif Eiríksson,Þorvaldr (Thorvald) and Þorsteinn (Thorstein). Erik himself remained a follower of Norse paganism, unlike his son Leif and Leif's wife, who became Christians. Thjothhild was the daughter of Jørundur Ulfsson and Thorbjørg Gilsdottir (from whom Gilsfjørd is named). Jørund's mother Bjørg was granddaughter to Irish king Cerball mac Dúnlainge (Kjarval) through his daughter Rafarta.

While not the first to sight the North American continent, Leif Erikson became the first Viking to explore the land of Vinland (part of North America, probably near modern-day Newfoundland). Leif invited his father on the voyage, but according to legend, Erik fell off his horse on his way to the ship and took this as a bad sign, leaving his son to continue without his company. Erik died the winter after his son's departure. There is no evidence that Leif was aware of his father's death until he got back to Greenland.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#7 Nov 22, 2012
I'm thankful I'm not Mexican.
Lawnmaster

Oceanside, CA

#8 Nov 22, 2012
Faith wrote:
I'm thankful I'm not Mexican.
How sad to think you would better things to be thankful for. I am thankful I am not a miserable fool like you. I hope you and you beer drinking obese family don't blame your problems on the trail park.
SupremeChicanoCo mmander

El Paso, TX

#9 Nov 22, 2012
AREU4REAL wrote:
<quoted text>The Aztec people were for the area near and around what is now mexico city. They never ever went into the areas of Texas or New Mexico. The real rulers are the Olmec and the Mayans. The information for the Aztec Calender and astronomy were taken by the Aztec from the more intelligent and less warfaring Mayans.
Erick the Red discovered North America when the aztecs were just beginning to establish themselves into tiny tribal units. go read your history books. Oh! That's right you barely know what a history book is if it is written in English. You still haven't gotten over being a mexicant citizen yet.
Thats a bunch of baloney, like if your teepee dwellers built Chaco Cayon and then said , now we want to live in teepees. Thats what your euro books want you to believe.. You don't go from Chaco Cayon to teepees dolt. you go from Chaco Cayon to Pyramids like the Aztecs.
Eric the red could have been anywhere in iceland or who the hell cares, they thought the world was flat and would fall off the edge so there is no way they would have ventured so far off the coast line.
Your theories have been debunked again, by a natural to this continent so I have a better understanding of our continent.
SupremeChicanoCo mmander

El Paso, TX

#10 Nov 22, 2012
AREU4REAL wrote:
The medieval Icelandic tradition relates that Erik the Red and his wife Þjóðhildr (Thjodhildr) had four children: a daughter, Freydís, and three sons, the explorer Leif Eiríksson,Þorvaldr (Thorvald) and Þorsteinn (Thorstein). Erik himself remained a follower of Norse paganism, unlike his son Leif and Leif's wife, who became Christians. Thjothhild was the daughter of Jørundur Ulfsson and Thorbjørg Gilsdottir (from whom Gilsfjørd is named). Jørund's mother Bjørg was granddaughter to Irish king Cerball mac Dúnlainge (Kjarval) through his daughter Rafarta.
While not the first to sight the North American continent, Leif Erikson became the first Viking to explore the land of Vinland (part of North America, probably near modern-day Newfoundland). Leif invited his father on the voyage, but according to legend, Erik fell off his horse on his way to the ship and took this as a bad sign, leaving his son to continue without his company. Erik died the winter after his son's departure. There is no evidence that Leif was aware of his father's death until he got back to Greenland.
Here it depends on what your definition of what the word probably , is.
again your fantasy has been debunked.
SupremeChicanoCo mmander

El Paso, TX

#11 Nov 22, 2012
Faith wrote:
I'm thankful I'm not Mexican.
You too will cower before the Lord and be sent to the lake of fire.
SupremeChicanoCo mmander

El Paso, TX

#12 Nov 22, 2012
AREU4REAL wrote:
The medieval Icelandic tradition relates that Erik the Red and his wife Þjóðhildr (Thjodhildr) had four children: a daughter, Freydís, and three sons, the explorer Leif Eiríksson,Þorvaldr (Thorvald) and Þorsteinn (Thorstein). Erik himself remained a follower of Norse paganism, unlike his son Leif and Leif's wife, who became Christians. Thjothhild was the daughter of Jørundur Ulfsson and Thorbjørg Gilsdottir (from whom Gilsfjørd is named). Jørund's mother Bjørg was granddaughter to Irish king Cerball mac Dúnlainge (Kjarval) through his daughter Rafarta.
While not the first to sight the North American continent, Leif Erikson became the first Viking to explore the land of Vinland (part of North America, probably near modern-day Newfoundland). Leif invited his father on the voyage, but according to legend, Erik fell off his horse on his way to the ship and took this as a bad sign, leaving his son to continue without his company. Erik died the winter after his son's departure. There is no evidence that Leif was aware of his father's death until he got back to Greenland.
beside those idiots didn't even have a working calendar like the Aztecs. So who knows what other lies they made up.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#14 Nov 22, 2012
SupremeChicanoCommander wrote:
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You too will cower before the Lord and be sent to the lake of fire.
There is no god.
SupremeChicanoCo mmander

El Paso, TX

#15 Nov 22, 2012
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>There is no god.
Are you serious ?
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#16 Nov 22, 2012
SupremeChicanoCommander wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you serious ?
Si.
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#17 Nov 22, 2012
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Si.
that should be there is no God that recognizes Mexicants or Aztecs.
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#18 Nov 22, 2012
SupremeChicanoCommander wrote:
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Thats a bunch of baloney, like if your teepee dwellers built Chaco Cayon and then said , now we want to live in teepees. Thats what your euro books want you to believe.. You don't go from Chaco Cayon to teepees dolt. you go from Chaco Cayon to Pyramids like the Aztecs.
Eric the red could have been anywhere in iceland or who the hell cares, they thought the world was flat and would fall off the edge so there is no way they would have ventured so far off the coast line.
Your theories have been debunked again, by a natural to this continent so I have a better understanding of our continent.
Chaco Canyon people are the Anasazi. They are better than the Aztecs because they did not ruin their world by conquest and death. The Aztec were worse than many tribes is that they sacrificed people to their lesser gods. They had no higher gods. The north American Indians atleast did not ruin their world. They learned to travel with the herds and learn which foods could be collected for dinner, which were picked for medicine and which were picked to take care of problem people like you and the mexicants.
Lawnmaster

Oceanside, CA

#19 Nov 22, 2012
SupremeGaytorCommando to the rescue.
SupremeChicanoCo mmander

United States

#20 Nov 22, 2012
AREU4REAL wrote:
<quoted text>Chaco Canyon people are the Anasazi. They are better than the Aztecs because they did not ruin their world by conquest and death. The Aztec were worse than many tribes is that they sacrificed people to their lesser gods. They had no higher gods. The north American Indians atleast did not ruin their world. They learned to travel with the herds and learn which foods could be collected for dinner, which were picked for medicine and
which were picked to take care of problem
people like you and the mexicants.
Again you fail to comprehend. You don't go from Chaco Cayon to living in stinky teepees. Chaco
cayon belongs to the Aztecs. Anasassi was probably a suttering stanley s way of saying Aztecs and it passed on and on after that. But he really Meant to say wash Aztecs.
SupremeChicanoCo mmander

United States

#21 Nov 22, 2012
AREU4REAL wrote:
<quoted text>that should be there is no God that recognizes Mexicants or Aztecs.
Who do you think sent the Mexican Asteroid to kill the cavemen and dinosours ,so the Mexican people can come to this earth . Our God is the best. You'll see Dec. 21.

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