> There you go again. Repeating an unproven claim
> doesn't make it true, it just makes it repeated.
> Like you did just now when you said that
> "ALL Egyptologists believe in ramps and
> stinky footed bumpkins".
> But you haven't backed up your claim with
> evidence. Why not? Could it be because it's not
> true? That you made it up?
> If it's a sentiment shared by the majority of
> Egyptologists, then it should be rather simple to
> find and cite published papers to fortify it. I
> would think that someone who's been researching
> this subject for as long as you have would have
> accumulated quit the library of links over the
> Shouldn't take you more than a few minutes to
> paste enough relevant links proving your case to
> bury me.
Do you know what..
I can't find a single reference to "stinky footed bumpkins" in any egyptological material anywhere.
I think Claddy is going to have to break down and admit that not all egyptologist believe in or have even ever mentioned "stinky footed bumpkins".
Hardly any in fact.