Michael B.
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Interesting Ancestors?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Jun 19. 68 Replies

How many of you have interesting ancestors?I'm sure there has to be a few big-name descendants around.I know a little on my paternal grandfather's side - initially leaving France, and helping to…Continue

 

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Michael B. replied to Jack Bauer's discussion "Don't follow your passion" -- Mike Rowe
"Uh... math oriented? The mathematic requirements for a BSN in my state are; math 095, statistics. Hardly "math-oriented." Now, the A&P, Microbio, and Biochem can be tough.... but not really math. I have worked with 4 nursing…"
18 hours ago
Michael B. replied to Will's discussion Hilary '16 in the group The Great Debate
"My bet would be Warren would be despined by the party as the cost for nomination. Precisely because of the well-won media war propagated by conservatives, and their control of visceral reaction to words; socialist, communist,…"
yesterday
Michael B. replied to Will's discussion Hilary '16 in the group The Great Debate
"It is official that there is no fear of an Ebola outbreak in Dallas. They can't catch anything."
yesterday
Michael B. replied to Native Son's discussion Ebola and Official Silliness. in the group The Great Debate
"Right, because somebody has to stand up to the experts!"
yesterday
Michael B. replied to Native Son's discussion Ebola and Official Silliness. in the group The Great Debate
"That doesn't sound like a serious question, but the answer here is no. For healthcare workers (or civil servants like police officers and firemen) who contract something like this in the line of work, they would be covered by…"
yesterday
Michael B. replied to Daniel's discussion Redskins in the group The Great Debate
"Pfffff, half the nitwits that are muttering no big deal get all bent out of shape about Zombie Jesus. "Hey, somebody ask the white people if they get upset about racial slurs pertaining to Asians!" "They don't…"
Jun 23
Regular Joe replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
""I'm eligible for the Daughters of the American Revolution" Do you get a discount on quilting supplies and ammo? "
Jun 19
James Sullivan replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"My paternal grandfather always claimed that somewhere up the line was Mark Twain, and he thought John Adams, though he never had anything other than verbal stories from his parents and grandparents. I told my father I'm going to start…"
Jun 17
Rick Shelton replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"I've had a chance to go over my family tree.  Besides the previously mentioned personages I am related to: Adam Eve Cain Able Jesus (a brother) Some guy who did something that was not very intersting at all somewhere in Ireland Some guy…"
Jun 17
Rick Shelton replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"She, Cleo that is, must have a split spirituality because I've seen her trapped in a man's body as well (scary that)."
Jun 17
Mike S. replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"I am supposedly a descendant of Rob Roy MacGregor."
Jun 17
Pale Horse replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"Well... he has... I've seen it. It's legit. But yes, there's a kajillion others out there with his DNA."
Jun 17
Michael D. Denny replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"I have to go over this Charlemagne thing again ?"
Jun 16
Brown Fox replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"Two biggies, one not so far away: A-yun-ini, a great Cherokee medicine man who wrote a book, in Cherokee and presented it to the anthropologist studying him. The other is Charlemagne."
Jun 16
Robert D replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"On my father's side, I'm descended from dirt farming peasants from the Netherlands, and starving peasants from Ireland. On my Mother's side, dirt farming peasants from Russia, so poor, they had meat when the chicken died (Note:…"
Jun 16
Johnzerd1 replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"Great Grandpa the guy whose picture I use as a avatar..... Quana Parker, is pretty well known, another interesting relative  from about the same time period is Deacon Miller...several incidents from his life were used in the Clint Eastwood…"
Jun 16

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At 8:04am on March 28, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Welcome to The Great Debate, Michael. Great to have you with us!

 
 
 

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