Toast, It's not just for breakfast anymore: Mysterious Totem's Meaning Lost

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Mysterious Totem's Meaning Lost

Often called the "Stonehenge of the West", these gigantic metallic structures can be found in Carmel, Texas. They were created by the Ashuke indian tribe (rough translation: "The Grillers of grain products") almost 3,000 years ago. They prospered in the region for hundreds of years.

Unfortunately, the race died out in 200 BC in a massive fire caused by some sort of cooking machine run haywire. It is very likely that we will never understand the meaning of these strange symbols, or what the great Ashuke nation was trying to tell us. People still come by the millions to visit and stand in awe of the massive structures. How they stay so shiny after thousands of years is a question asked by pretty much every American. They are an engineering feet that would still be difficult to reproduce today.

Strangely enough, Carmel is also the largest per-capita consumer of toast. No one really knows why.

(Metallic text. Tutorial)

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