Rogers Rangers and the Silver Madonna
Wow. Wanted to know more after this episode and, before looking for more detailed sources I went to the Wikipedia page only to discover the very same text from the podcast! Basically the podcast was someone reading the Wikipedia article aloud. Verbatim. If only there was a name for that. Oh yeah. Plagiarism. What a waste of time. I can read Wikipedia faster than this person can read it out loud.
Mark D Steele via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/23
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Great insights into history. Enjoy the guests and the education. The interview style is direct and lets the guest talk without interrupting which is great. Keep it up.
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