Probably for a fur coat from Astor.
You went all the way to the Pacific Ocean and back, and all you brought me was this lousy pink dress!
“…Besides, it was Jefferson’s idea…”
“Thomas Jefferson, our President?
”No, George Jefferson, our dry cleaner…"
She is suspicious to the corps (of discovery)
Later, she teamed up with Thelma Todd, and, well…
Hey Sacagawea saved my journals with a baby strapped on her back. It was the least I could do to show my appreciation.
Look. It’s not like we were dining out Every night!
If she was Lois he could just go into a phone booth and…!
The “guide” was accompanied by her husband and had just had a baby. If it was a big purchase for her it was probably formula & diapers.
Oh, you lying saca…
…likely story….that’s what they ALL say…when caught….
If her name were “Lois”, Scott Hillburn might be hearing from the Warner Brothers legal team.
Did Clark bring back any candy bars?
CVS receipt…the early years.
That must have been a pretty short expedition in his pocket…
But honey, I named it after you.
Carp, carp carp. About time I left for another expedition.
I think the actual receipt for Louisiana was given to Napoleon. It certainly didn’t go to any of the indigenous people who already inhabited that part of North America.
Sacajawea, I presume.
And no one can correctly pronounce her name. I mean nobody.
Many have trouble spelling it, too.
If she’s referring to the Louisiana Purchase, didn’t he purchase it for Louise?
If her name was Anna could we call it the lousy Anna purchase?
Gold coins with the guide’s likeness pressed into them?
I guess there was no way to actually bring in the name Sacagawea .
Uh, no honey, that was a Sack-o-jew … elry. Right, jewelry. All for you, dear.