I Want To Clarify What I Meant About 1831

When I wrote yesterday “you know what it was like in 1831” I may have confused people. I mean confused in ways I didn’t mean. I don’t mean you know from personal experience what it was like in 1831. I mean you know because you’ve asked around. Yes, I assume you occasionally ask people of your acquaintance, “Hey, what was it like in 1831?” and keep on the topic until they give you a satisfactory answer. It’s a natural curiosity and basic involvement with the world around us. By 1831 I mean the year, like you’d expect.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

2 thoughts on “I Want To Clarify What I Meant About 1831”

  1. I imagine being in 1831 was pretty much like spending the night in 1830 or 1832, except 1831 has one of those bathroom installed teapots to allow the making of coffee and instant soups, if one is inclined to peruse such activities while sitting on the pooper.


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