I am going to Houston for a few days next week, and will spend a night in Austin. I had thought of visiting the George Washington Carver Museum, as I have often claimed that as the inventor of peanut butter, GWC was the greatest American who ever lived.
Carver didn't invent peanut butter. He used the peanut for lots of useless stuff like cosmetics, dyes, paints, plastics, gasoline and nitroglycerin, but not peanut butter. I am stunned and shattered. I am looking for a new hero now. Carver can still be called a great American, but not the greatest.