Snaph wrote: The name Pennsylvania was specified in the charter given to William Penn by England's Charles II in 1680. The Latin Sylvania meaning "woodlands" was added to Penn to create "Penn's woods."
mallardman77 wrote: Speaking of William Penn, There's a statue of him holding a map on top of city hall in Philadelphia and if you look at the statue or take a pic from the right angle it really looks like he's got his johnson hanging out of his pants. I'll look for the pic and post it up for you to see. :salude:
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