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+3 1. thundersnow commented 336 days ago

Such an advanced culture, a little more time and they would have made it across the Atlantic too, I bet.
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+5 2. Burimi commented 335 days ago

#1 No, they would not be able to go across the Atlantic!

Because of this person:
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+2 3. thundersnow commented 335 days ago

#2 I love Asterix and Obelix, used to read all of them...didn't know they made movies from them. :)
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+3 4. ComentAtor commented 335 days ago

two things came to mind after watching this
if you feel down today click on this link
if you are optimistic about tommorow click here

btw nice video ..brings memories i had to learn (among others) pantheon blueprints (4:20) (and yes ,even section) by heart in college
hate our education system, hate it .. i took me years to realize they were all just selling bullshit ( blowing smoke, pulling the wool over my eyes, feeding me a line... what ever is appropriate here) our saying in litteral translation is "they were selling fog"

we spent 5 years scraping the top of a million subjects and not understanding most of them learning things that we would never use .. and the theachers .. well.. not their fault .. maybe sometimes
thank god for a few professors that really tried to change things.. they are defntly underpaid

long live denmark
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+2 5. thundersnow commented 334 days ago

#4 Oh, I thought you were describing the :P
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+1 6. Judge-Jake commented 333 days ago

I thought he meant the UK certainly in the 70's :(