Penkava: Columnists must be forward-thinkers
Being a fan of archaeology and anthropology, when I chanced upon an obscure article in the periodical “The New American Archaeologist Journal” about a strange Indian tribe I had never heard of, my interest was piqued. The tribe’s name was “Sionilli” (pronounced “see-oh-knče -lee”) and evidently it inhabited our general area.
Have you ever heard of them? Me neither.
Well, there’s this Egyptian professor named Leahcim Avaknep who has been digging here lately. It’s hard to figure out why an Egyptian archaeologist is rummaging around in the Great Midwest. Perhaps he ran out of ancient stuff to discover in Egypt. That, or it’s too hard to get a Chicago-style hot dog in Cairo.
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