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17 years ago
HectorChico
You're probably right Steve - could get 3 spits in there minimum!
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
HectorChico
As a born and bred Glaswegian I have to say that Friday nights in Glasgow aren't that bad! Though I wouldn't think walking about calling everyone 'jock' would be a good thing to do. Inverness is far scarier on a Friday night - full of p!ssed up farm boys who can't handle their beer!
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
HectorChico
I think Dan has hit the nail on the head. Its a question of whether the Anglo-Saxons displaced the natives or simply ruled them. If the natives are displaced then the Anglo-Saxon language will become the norm. If the Anglo-Saxons did rule without actually having any kind of mass immigration into Britain then we'd expect the language to remain unchanged in the same way it was when the Normans to
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
HectorChico
Hello everybody. From what I understand of the orthodox stance on the Anglo-Saxon invasion, its wasn't an invasion where, like the Norman's later, the ruling classes were made of of the new arrivals. It was more of a colonisation - with large numbers of Angles/Saxons shipping over to Britain and taking over land. If this was the case, and meant that the native population were either driven off
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
HectorChico
Big Bill Hicks fan, don't think he mentioned 12000 years, he was talking about the 4004BC date.
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18 years ago
HectorChico

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18 years ago
HectorChico
Something about Graham's work seems to excite you, as you post about it frequently. Perhaps I and any other people on this board who didn't do Ancient History at uni should just give up and go and watch TV?
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
HectorChico
Sure you're right, just interested that the section where Bauvals name and ideas are mentioned is in the middle of a section about people claiming aliens built the pyramids. Any reader who doesn't know Bauvals work may assume he believes aliens were responsible. For the record - I dont believe Aliens built the pyramids!
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18 years ago
HectorChico
One thing I notice from the KMT article is the Hawass comment on alternative beliefs - how people want aliens to have contructed the Giza pyramids? This looks like a deliberate attempt to portray the alternative camp in a negative light - I'm sure most of the people in this thread holding alternative beliefs don't feel aliens were involved!
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