Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Kansas City Scout Wears Surgical Mask

Local tribute circulating through social media and a sign of the times . . .

Kansas City Scout During Coronavirus Pandemic

The Scout is a famous statue by Cyrus E. Dallin in Kansas City, Missouri. It is more than 10 feet tall, and depicts a Sioux Indian on horseback surveying the landscape. The Scout was conceived by Dallin in 1910, and exhibited at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, where it won a gold medal . . .

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fucking Indians still stealing everything they can get their hands on.

Anonymous said...

^^ That's no shit. All my cousins get your taxes every month. Some 60 - 70 years old and the worthless skins never had one job. Talk about taking Basket weaving at Haskel for 50 years straight. Actually they go to College in Oklahoma to get more cash.

MDSF said...

.....Yatahey.....And Be Well......

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- BACK TO SQUARE ONE

After the White man hoarded all the toilet paper, the Scout just washed off in the river, upstream from KC!!!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, Scout knew about infectious White people way before now. They killed his entire family with foreign disease.