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  • darylcanada73
    Fogo Island, Newfoundland. October 10, 2008. (Gander Bay News) To coincide with the Canadian Thanksgiving on October 13, Canadian marine historical scientists
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      Fogo Island, Newfoundland. October 10, 2008. (Gander Bay News)

      To coincide with the Canadian Thanksgiving on October 13, Canadian
      marine historical scientists announced today the finding of near
      conclusive proof that the Mayflower was putt putt powered. Most scoffed
      at this theory but the photo appears genuine. The name of the vessel is
      visible and the cargo on deck could not be interpreted as anything but
      provisions for a really big dinner.

      Some may question what appears to be photographic evidence from this
      time period, however, verbal historical narratives via several East
      coast Indian tribes have stated that the word "petroglyph" meant much
      more than simple etchings in stone. A patent date on the reverse has
      yet to be deciphered in it's entirety but the letters ----KODA--- are
      clearly readable.

      See photos.
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