August 17, 2010

Those dastardly sun spots! *shakes fist*

At least he is right about one thing; there were not tons of cars* on the roads back during the Middle Ages. Only a few.
Ron Johnson explains what the True Menace is.

* How in the world did the trees grow, then?

1 comment:

Ordinary Jill said...

Technically, there actually were tons of cars on the road during the Middle Ages. The English word "car" (related to cart and chariot) pre-dates the automobile and was used in Chaucer's time to describe what we would now call wagons (a word borrowed from the Dutch at the end of the Renaissance). So, Johnson doesn't even get that right.