Monday, May 07, 2007

This day in history: May 7

1763 - Indian Wars: Pontiac's Rebellion begins - Chief Pontiac begins the "Conspiracy of Pontiac" by attacking British forces at Fort Detroit.

Notice it says 'by attacking' British forces; not defeating British forces. The guy has a town, a car, and a domed stadium named after him, and he didn't even win. To top it off, the other Indian leaders didn't care for him, so they had him assassinated.

3 comments:

Gabrielle Eden said...

Interesting. I'm glad I don't need to pray about your job. You have the perfect job, praise God!

kingdavid said...

Actually, you can pray about the job. I hate it, and am definitely in the market right now. It's been nice having the benefits, we all have medical issues; but I do need to find something else. Keep that in your prayers.

It may seem like I put a lot of time into blogging, but not really. I just browse and find stuff at my leisure, than whip out a post in no time. I've always said I consider myself a drive-by blogger.

Gabrielle Eden said...

Sorry to hear about that, and i will pray about that. Mine is the worst- telemarketing. And i can't seem to find anything else right now. Oh well. Be faithful in what you have so God can promote you to something better.