Well no wonder before Columbus in 1492 they thought the world was flat, and being a flat world the water had to go somewhere. Hence, the point of no return. So one sees Chris must have been out of his mind, the ones that signed up to be the crew were off their rockers too. "Are you kidding me, can't you see, the water comes to an end and...." So... what was it that Christopher Columbus saw that put this crazy idea in his head and to risk it all. And all for what, just to have a day on the calendar named for you, and not everyone gets that day off of work? In my estimation Christopher Columbus got "Historically Jipped"
exploration... I wonder... does it really...
Next time Columbus Day comes around... Lets just party like we're going past the point of no return.
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