Sunday, July 25, 2010

The Birthplace of Cheyenne

Friends, Romans, countrymen.......... Lend me your ears. This famous speech from William Shakepeare's 'Julius Ceasar' utilizies the 'rule of three'. The same rule you must follow in order to get to the island of Capri off the coast of Italy. Plane, Train, Boat. One can also substitute a car in there somewhere, or perhaps a bike, but this is not my point. In fact, i dont even have a point! This is merely a RANT.

So without further ado, I would like to welcome everyone back to 'Adam Rants'..... The worlds most idiosyncratic blogosphere.

Oh, and the title 'The Birthplace of Cheyenne' has absolutely nothing to do with this rant, it is just something that popped into my head in the shower before i wrote this. I have also listed some interesting facts about the Cheyenne Indians below.

-Cheyenne is the capital of Wyoming.
-The Cheyenne are a Native American people of the great plains who are part of the Algonquian language family.
-The Cheyenne is formed into ten bands spread across the great plains from southern Colorado to the Black Hills in South Dakota (where Lewis and Clark found them in 1804) at the same time they created a centralized structure through ritual ceremonies, such as the Sun Dance.

Stay Tuned for more tales from Capri.


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