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I've seen it all. Really, I have.
Over to you, son, if you're still with us.
meh, let people believe what they want to. Make's life more interesting.
And if he's happy being the world's biggest idiot, that's also his prerogative.Continuity
- Tolkin was apparently a strong believer in the hollow earth and 'forbidden' archeology. Look what he gave to the world!mugwart
- I dunno, it's a pretty competitive market these days.garbage
- @Tolkin he gave us fantasies. Not made up facts.pango
- He did - but he truly believed in those fantasies as real (so I hear/read).mugwart
- It's fine to believe made up facts. Just don't preach it as real facts. There is no real ring that can rule them all!pango
- That's impossible. One ring can only rule one person at a time. You will need a lot of rings to rule them all. They are expensive!!pango
Oh I let them I let them, I'm not forbidding them at all.
I'm actually happy about those beliefs as long they're harmful...
he's not so much saying that slavery never existed. He's trying to debunk the the myth that it was the slave ships that brought the 'moors' to the americas. He's saying that they were already here. they were the original people of the americas. the autochthonous moors
You're sort of right Gnash.
Thanks for clearing that up.
Unfortunately I can't change the threads title now.
Indians (natives) practiced slavery long before the Europeans came.
The dude with the fez seems to be talking all kinds of sense. Flipping the poles just to confuse us all.
Do we need to discuss every little brainfart of *insert generic brainfarter* here?
- no. sorry. won't start braionfarting threads anymore. i learned my lesson.oey
- no, no, didn't want to offend you. Discuss topics as you like. Just my two cents :-)mekk
- In my book all shit just grows by people making a fuzz about it. So I step back from involving into such things. I encourage other to do so toomekk
- how many copies did you print? still have any for sale? does it come with illustrations?oey