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In April 1934, as a result of lobbying by the Knights of Columbus and New York City Italian leader Generoso Pope, Congress and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt proclaimed October 12 a federal holiday under the name Columbus Day.
originally posted by: bluesjr
The Native American part of me was having a very heated debate with the European part of me. Lots of bad words were used such as moron, racist, facist, etc.
Taking a cue from DBC, the European part took a knee out of respect for the Native American part. But that just made the Native American part angry as it is apparently a sign of disrespect to the Blackfoot. So the African part of me lit up a doob and now we're all just chillin waiting for this crazy day to end while looking forward to Thanksgiving.
Did you just assume that Vikings national identity????
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: cavtrooper7
In anger and in solidarity, I knocked over a bottle of Italian salad dressing, then took a knee at an Italian restaurant down the street.
Then I punched a Viking in the nose. Just because I wasn't sure and I wanted to cover all my bases.