The first American who discovered Columbusmade a terrible discovery.
Rarely was a more true statement said. And you have prompted me to explore some of his other words, some profound, some dubious, and this one fun: "The 'second sight' possessed by the Highlanders in Scotland is actually a foreknowledge of future events. I believe they possess this gift because they don't wear trousers..." Perhaps this old Scotsman should do something that he has never done, and don a kilt...
Ten years ago, there was had much fun in the comment section of The Secret of Kiltish Powers .C'est la Craig: "Personaly I'd question the foresight of a nation who would choose the kilt as national dress, in a country of waist high thistles.And there was much to learn about the Scot(t)s.
Ah, now that was a fun evening, with comments I have just revisited, but why did I keep commenting as "Anonymous"? It must have been in my early days with commenting; but still, you seem to have identified me easily enough.
It was a fun evening! But I have a problem indentifying myself with this younger and volubile Claudia. You both had much patience putting up with her interruptions. Glad she grew more silent with the years.
As you write, a fun evening it was. So where is your problem, Claude? Without "volubile Claudia" it had been less fun.