His name is Bobby Terrance and this is his story…
It’s that time of year again, when I re-blog that one holiday comic I did for “BASH! Magazine” shortly before they folded. Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everyone :)
Not participating in “Lets Crap All Over The Irish” Day.
Though I’m sure that won’t stop anyone from choking down Guinness and getting so drunk off of green beer, they sleep in their our soiled pants behind the bar, because they think that’s what Irish people do.
To everyone who knows what St.Patrick’s Day is actually about, have a good one.
"High Voltage" by Electric Six
It’ll wash the taste out of your mouth from their usual, screwed up videos.
Poor Link. Maybe she has something nice planned for later. You know, after the horse is all settled in.
If you didn’t believe in this couple, there is something wrong with you. Wrong I Say!
I mean, really, think about it.
Hmm..think about this- there are many artefacts/items/narrations in scriptures/texts of an bygone era that are made in /constructed /engineered/ fabricated-take your pick-such a manner that would not have been possible with the level of technology that can be, logically, attributed to people of ancient civilizations.
It would be better if one were to study them-in depth (not tabloid BS) and then make a comment on them based on some TV series-which btw attempts to explain how or why or when these were made or written about and to authenticate them.
Its not about whatever you wrote- if thats what you want to believe still- well, thats speaks so much for your mind.
Thank you for completely missing the point of this. The rather obvious point being that, other than one show being presented as a fictional future and the other as possible revelations of the past, the two shows bare a striking resemblance to each other.
Then there is the bit about certain advancements that ”would not have been possible” or something to that effect. Well, isn’t that the point of innovation? Making possible what was impossible before?
Do you think that cavemen could have imagined an age in which they could cover the countryside in a fraction of the time by simply “riding on the backs” of those “large hooven animals?”
People today are stuck in the idea that people 2,000 or 4,000 or 12,000 years ago were some how less evolved. They weren’t. Except for a few adaptions, mostly to diet and environmental conditions, they were just like us. Even if the average IQ were 20 points lower back then, most of the innovations of that area were firmly in their grasp.
Then look to actually recorded history. People from more advanced cultures move into areas with less technological advancement and are they worshipped as gods? Usually not. The people do tend to borrow or learn from their technology. It’s even been known to happen, that the latter culture adapts and improves the technology.
Even if an advanced alien were to leave so little as an iron knife in a cave dwelling, or bronze age group of humans, the leap in technology would be far more significant than the garbage most people attribute to aliens. Again, is that really the best they could do?
Just because we have no, or little record of the era, we should not assume that any “leap forward” had to come by some outside influence. The insistence that is must baffles me, especially considering the attitude of today.
Then there are the myths from that era, which often are related to each other, or have popped up as a marrying of two or three or more cultures and making their beliefs syncretic. Or the fact that most of these myths reflect a lot more of the socio-political climate of the era.
Thanks for making wild assumptions as well.