Talk:David Bromstad

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What exactly is David? Italian? Some kinda Spanish? It ought to be mentioned in the article. -- (talk) 09:12, 11 August 2010 (UTC)

American? (talk) 18:25, 19 October 2010 (UTC)

He's actually Norweigian (Norweigian-American to be precise). The slightly asian looking eyes occur with some Norweigians.

There are a few different theories as to why: One likely reason is that Norway is actually not far from Russia where people have some central-asian ancestry mixed in with European heritage.

Another theory (not as far-fetched as some may think) is that there may have been some Native American crossings over the North Pole/Arctic regions into Scandanavia in the distant past. Believe it or not, some Scandinavian DNA and also Scandinavian blood types have been found in a few far-northern Native American tribes in North America, so such ancient crossings are likely to have occured. Modern crossings (North America to Scandanavia via the arctic ice) **mostly on foot/dogsleds also with some major sea kayaking** have been done and so why not more ancient crossings?

Whatever the source, you have to admit, he's a good looking guy! (talk) 17:51, 24 November 2010 (UTC)