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.


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.