Is history really boring?
Hanna's Town is a historic reconstruction of the house of prominent landowner, and Bedford County Justice Robert Hanna.
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#1 Oct 23, 2012
Really? THIS IS THE GREENSBURG FORUMS.
#2 Oct 23, 2012
Yeah. I don't care either. Look at me, I'm yawning. Check this out; I am using a semicolon. Even that's more interesting than history. Know what else is more interesting than history? I'll tell you: my electric bill. Also these strong-smelling weeping eruptions on my scrotum -- they're way more interesting than history. And that's the long and the short of it. Don't get me wrong; I am not saying people shouldn't be interested in history if they want to be or if they can't help it because of some bizarrely miswired circuits in their brain. No. Just don't, you know, engage in it around me or my friends or my cousins or their friends. Or my mother. Anyway, I have to go. I've got a duck to catch.
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