Yep; basketball is actually Canadian… 🙂
With all the recent talk about birthright citizenship, one that has bearings on infant baptism, I am at a loss about basketball. Is it Canadian, Presbyterian, or American? It depends on how we categorize the game’s creator.
But do you know that the inventor of basketball was a Presbyterian?
His name was James Naismith. Born in Canada on November 6, 1861 in a town no longer in existence, James and his four brothers and sisters grew up in difficult circumstances. His Scotch parents had emigrated from Scotland to Canada, but died after a few years in their new country, leaving James and his brothers and sisters to be reared by a strict uncle. They moved a few times, with James always being involved in sports, like rugby, soccer, football, lacrosse and gymnastics. He would graduate from McGill University in Montreal as well as earning a diploma from the…
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Bring back the DOUCHE.
The advert in the page before designed for “real hard wear”and includes no fewer than 6 attachments and a carry case, I can only assume to bring it on sleepovers. Innocent 1930s sleepovers. It even runs on AC, what a marvelous application of the (still-living) Tesla’s legacy. I would love to know his opinion of these massagers.
“robust, on sound engineering lines”
The 1930s, ladies and goys.
By all means, let’s go back to 40s or 50s.