I'm not even sure if anyone is keeping up with my blog or not, but just in case you are and you are an avid trivia buff, could you answer a couple of questions for me?
When a US president passes away and they have the parade with the casket on the horse-drawn carriage, they also have the riderless horse walking behind. I know the symbolism of the riderless horse, but why are the boots in the stirrups backwards?
Why do they do a 21-gun salute???
(I'm sure I could find these on the 'net if I wanted to, but I thought this would be a sneaky-clever way to see if anyone's paying attention. Heehee!)