The 93rd SHRo FLHU (whose members are all USA citizens, some of whom are US military personnel) never claims the British defeat at New Orleans was anything less than a debacle.However, the historic reasons for that debacle are not the fantasies far too many people think of as "facts".People I talk to today are sometimes surprised to hear they are growing rapidly.The last two on the list are of a more recent vintage, or have at least been popularized (or fabricated) in recent times.Donald Kraybill has a new article out on six other, I would say more widely-held, myths about the Amish. For example, the Amish were predicted to go extinct decades ago. Good to share with anyone you know who might believe the above.
Hell, there are entire companies dedicated to making products that allow all bodies to be more comfortable during sex. But on the flip side, you also shouldn’t be surprised when a plus-size partner really fucking goes for it. Delve into stories about the Museum's collections, scientists and research.Uncover the history of life on Earth, from the smallest insects to the largest mammals.We have already shown how the 93rd Highland Regiment did not wear kilts at this battle as they had been ordered by the General Officer Commanding in Plymouth to wear trews (trousers) and plain bonnets (no feathers) on the campaign before they left Britain.The wearing of trousers by Highland soldiers was not uncommon: trousers were a common form of undress and fatigue duty uniform in all Highland regiments.In fact, last time we covered this topic, you added quite a few interesting ones to the list.