Thursday, April 06, 2006


Brock and load

Nebraska's fossil beds and glacial deposits show that once it was an inland sea bed only to become, by some miracle of Nature, land above water. The area once had a tropical climate, but it being long before the invention of lawn chairs with umbrellas, people boiled to death in the heat. Archaeologists estimate that prehistoric people inhabited Nebraska between 10,000 and 25,000 years ago, but called it Umgowa. This is based on discoveries of stone tools, weapons and some fellow named Ernest, who claims he knows things that are 15,000 years old. The earliest inhabitants were hunters, but hundreds of years later, cooks arrived and were able to make handsome dinners from hunters' catches.

This is the land where our Midwest correspondent, Brock LeRobb, will be when we call him live on the April 6 program. A veteran reporter, journalist and part-time house-painter, Brock is also a member of the final alumni of the French Foreign Legion. We hope to talk to him periodically on the show and he debuts with a report from this historic American plains state or wherever the Witness Protection Program places him next. {Pictured is the skull of a former Nebraska resident, thought to have been a public official}

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