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paiktis
02-11-2017, 16:55:49
when we went to school they taught us that there are two schools of thought

the french and the english.
then there was another huge one that was the russian but that's for another tale

the french had something magical. it could pacify both the right winger and the left winger (now lately the US is getting that role, because turkey is a dictatorship and it needs greece)

then I got to read about arthuer's myth. I mean it's from the 6th century AFTER CHRIST and that's just plain pathetic as long as myths go but it still is enticing.


arthur defended britain from the saxons. that's cool.


there are other tales from france and other coutnries but they are just like us so they are not very interesting or exotic

The Mad Monk
04-11-2017, 09:12:39
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paiktis
05-11-2017, 01:53:50
thanks but I have zero interest for norse mythology.
to me it seems like the uninspired fart ramblings of some remote northwestern greek village.

They are teared to shreds when stepped face to face with greek myth


arthur is as far away stinking barbarian as I can go

The Mad Monk
05-11-2017, 07:43:38
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