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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
use of the word humbug suggests an elderly brit.
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
Those Taiwanese aboriginals certainly look like native americans, I would walk right past one if I saw one here. I wonder then, when Sheing Kai Check left mainland china during WWII, e what was the state of life of the taiwanese natives. I wonder what they are up to now? are they living in a backwards way, or have they entered the modern world. Taiwan is now a bustling place with lots of wester
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
that mlesa verde colorado cliff site is really quite a construction project. That took some real doing. The article mentions the hohokom as part of this grou. It says it is thought they didn't so much vanish but were integrated into other tribes. I find this hard to believe, as the building abilities were very unique to them and should have lived on. why would they go from such sophisticated cl
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
look at it this way: we have artists, movie makers, animators, that draw and create images of dinosaurs along side humans all the time. Suppose some archeologist comes up these items in 1000 years, he would be wrong to conclude that goat eating T-Rexes existed during the 1990s. Etc. Likewise a native american may have come accross a T-Rex bone and said "wow that would make an awesome pic
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
don't you just love ooparts?
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
Nice article. I see a big difference is sharing cultural inventions such as the asian calender, and actually populating a region. The ancient records of China discussed in the article speaks to a crossing in 500 BC. I wonder how many Chinese were on that crossing. If there was one in 500 BC chances are pretty good there was one before as well.
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
I'm in. We'll need the following items: 1. several burros. 2. snake bite kit. 3. lots of water. 4. inflatable raft. 5. air pump to inflate raft. 6. hat. 7. small pistol. 8. machete. I know where to get the burros.
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
I've done a lot of mucking around in the water.
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
Nice work on that, I read that before. I wish somebody would go down to the bottom of the Grand Canyon now and check it out.
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
some kind of cover up issue going on there, but I don't know why. If there was news of such an egyptian installation in the GC they could exhibit it at the smithsonian and the lines would be a mile long.
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
There is a 1909 article in the Arizona Gazette about an egyptian system of tunnels and monuments in the Grand Canyon. I think the article is relegated to the level of a hoax, but was wondering if you had any info on the general concept of Ancient Egyptians in SW USA. see
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
interesting thing about those dinosaurs, none other than the creator of the Perry Mason television series went down there to investigate and found that it all seemed quite real. Not a hoax. There are some disturbing images of reptiles mating with humans.
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
They don't generally teach alternative archeology or readings from cayce in school. Maybe they should. So ets lgo on what we can see, and you will see a race of people that sadly, haven't really accomplished much. 1. no medicine 2. few inventions 3. compare their bow and arrows of the mid 19th century to those used in europe. 4. To their credit, no weapons of mass destruction. 5. Many living
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
what are the other tribes that vanished? Any modern equivalents of a vanishing people?
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
I know of a tribe in Arizona, the Hohokoms, that mysteriously vanished. Nobody knows why. I saw some of their ruins. How many other examples of an entire race/nation of peoples vanishing have we had here in N. America? I wonder if there is any further news on what on earth happened to them.
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
why do you suppose we haven't found more evidence of pre ancient caucasians like Kennewick man? Usually where's there one there's more.
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
The whole theory that native americans are descendants from migrations from Asia leaves me with a huge quesion: take a look of the complex society of ancient china: medicine, writing, substantial government systems, technology, and other pre historic advancements. Then take a look at native americans. I am aware of one tribe, Cherokee, that had writing. I am not aware of a single tribe that cou
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12 years ago
Citizen Attorney
How does he fit into your views of the first folks in North America?
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15 years ago
Citizen Attorney
79. Me too
I would like to be taken off the email list of all the mod complainers. This site has rules. If you go to somebody's home, and they tell you about some rules, you need to be a good guest and follow them. The same applies to chat boards. The owners are spending a lot of time and money to put up the site, so the least we can do is follow their rules, and not complain when we get dinged. (and
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
i'm not sure hot to post a pic liberal arts guy that i am
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
oh your daughter got an owiie
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
sure I love howard
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
How by Herman Franck How can you pass the day so easily without speaking to me? As i suffer endlessly dropping to my knees Not hearing from you Not seeing you and to think how peacefully you are at rest with this and me deep into my abyss nature makes a cloud the wind blows the cloud over to me I look i see your face in everything. Everywhere i go I hear you on th
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
the movie absolutely sucked. I only went to see olga. and she is hot.
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
This article came out in today's San Jose Mercury News about my brother in law, attorney Ande Tursi. He does primarily criminal defense work. One of his clients physically attacked him during a jail interview. Ande is an upstate New York sicilian italian who will get down and dirty with any kind of assenine conduct like that, and immediately took steps to be removed from the case. The DA's of
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
oh you should see how mad some of the women are about wife univ
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
diploma.
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
yes nice to know.
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
thanks.
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6 years ago
Citizen Attorney
my slightly dysfunctional family pics: three half chinese kids, one is half italian/chinese from my ex's first marriage to a handsome italian man ; two sons from me one ex wife two dalmatian dogs that are almost as needy as me. mr. and mrs spots and me i should put up a pic of him maybe will later. he and i are good buddies since i have his daughter.
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