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In which we review Jamestown, and our narrator gets a little weird

Posted by Matt Krawczyk July 23, 2011 11:32 PM

Ah, Sir Walter Raleigh. He was quite the card back in his day. An explorer, he sailed the world in search of the legendary "El Dorado", because back then believing in a city of gold was the in thing to do. Eventually he had a bit of a falling out with the King of England, which is the polite way of saying that he was convicted of plotting to murder him. He was sentenced to death, sent to prison, released from prison, and then given permission to continue his explorations. Hooray.


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