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    Slightly skewed but true American history




    WACKY WEB WEEK

    Slightly skewed but true American history


    By Kathleen Atkins
    In the United States, the fourth Thursday of November is Thanksgiving arguably the most enjoyable national holiday of the year.
    There are many myths about Thanksgiving. In this video, John Green, novelist, historian, and video blogger, undertakes to set the holiday in its true context with a swift, wry, and factual retelling of the colonial-America story. It's a version most of us never heard in school.

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    Ah yes, I made it almost 1/4 of the way through before determining that this was just another so called 'humorous' way of perpetuating more lies surrounding the founding of the United States of America.
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