Written by:2009/02/28 11:30 AM
A group of archaeologist while digging on a site in the USA came across what looked like copper cabling, 30 feet deep. To their amazement they confirmed that America was the most successful nation ever lived because 3500 years ago their ancestors must have had Telephony, internet, and such like.
Not to be out done, the Brits wanted to prove Americans wrong. They too started excavating and digging in their most treasured site, Stonehenge. After digging through 30 feet, they found nothing. Not giving up they dug to 52 feet and eventually found an amazing discovery. They found what appeared to be fibre optic cabling. To their amazement and the distress of the American public, the Brits announced that they were the most successful and intelligent nation on the earth and indeed in history, by stating that their ancestors had fibre-optic broadband more than 95000 years ago.
Many places in South Africa have always been regarded as the birthplace of mankind, according to archaeologists. So South Africa, in order to be recognised as an intelligent nation, wanted to out do both the Americans and Brits. So they started digging with earnest. After passing 30 feet they found nothing. Many days later they past 53 feet to find nothing, 102 feet, still nothing. After many many days of digging and reaching a great depth of 3165 feet and finding nothing, the South Africans, after much consideration, were truly amazed. They announced to the rest of the world that South Africans are the most intelligent nation on earth and indeed in History, because 165 000 years ago, South African's had already been using Wireless technology for years.
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