Wednesday, August 12, 2009

The Shot Heard Around the World

The British were going to Lexington to arrest Sam Adams and John Hancock, notable men of the Sons of Liberty. After that they would go to Concorde for a drink, no...wait, it was to seize gun powder.

Because Revere, Dawes, and others are good at what they do, Minute Men were ready for the British [11]. The British and the Colonists met at Lexington Green and starred at each other.

Well, evidently the awkwardness of the starring contest proved to be too much and a shot was fired. It was the shot heard around the world.

The American Revolution had begun.

[11] They got pumped by listening to Eye of the Tiger.

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