We can help noticing that your Web site, while a lot of fun, is rather light on historical information about pirates and even pirate lingo. Whats up with that?
A. First, credit where credit is due. The fun stuff was the work of our gifted, brilliant even godlike Webmaster (or as we call her, Web Wench) Pat Kight. As to the lack of “serious” content, hey, have you noticed? We’re guys. Our idea of research involves more beer and pizza delivery than actually looking things up. If we get something right, that’s cool, but it’s not even close to our first priority. There are plenty of on-line resources that are just chock full of factual information and history and even classroom lesson plans on pirates. Find some of ’em on our Pirate Links page. Q. Where can I find a (English-to-pirate translator, pirate name generator, piratical events, pirate performers, etc.) A. Go to our links page. We’ve got a long and growing list of things piratical that can be found elsewhere on the Web, and it’s worth explorin’. But before ye do, don’t forget to add this site to yer “favorites” or “bookmark” list so ye can get back to us fer updates!
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