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By Smaktakula

Much like Rock & Roll or the armadillo, all terrestrial plant life originated in the Americas.  Prior to Columbus’ journey to the New World in 1492, the known world–Asia, Africa and Europe–was a vast, lifeless desert dotted here and there with huts made from goat-dung.  Although much of the world has now been overrun by invasive vegetation, dusty outposts like Algeria still cling to an older way of life, barren and unforgiving, just as God intended it.

The Great Explorer Was Astounded To Find That The Denizens Of India Require Not Oxygen, But Rather Carbon Dioxide For Respiration.