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CHIEF DOC 99, June 11, 2018 in General Discussion (News and Current Events)
22 hours ago, Micmac said:
Recorded 49 years ago 06/27/1971
where were you?
Here in Michigan riding a '67 Triumph Tiger
What number did you get if you got one?
(you needed to put "www." in place of the '.music' notation you had in the header, the delete the '& feature=share' too.}
This one Pete?
Every male aged 19 to 26 had a stake in the 1970 draft lottery,
as it determined the order in which men with birth dates between
1944 and 1950 were called to report for induction in 1970.
I had enlisted the day I turned 17, so the draft didn't apply to me. Young, dumb and full of cum.
Those were the day's my friend, we thought they'd never end.
I just celebrated my 10th birthday , 10 days earlier. I had hippie parents that were 17 and 19 years older than me that always had cool music cranked up in the car and house. I think the only music I have from this century is Blackberry Smoke, John Mayer and Jamestown Revival
In reconstructed Indo-European, there were words for bear, honey, oak tree, and snow,
and, which is also important, no words for palm tree, elephant, lion, or zebra.
Based on evidence like that, linguists reconstructed what their homeland was.
The only possible geographic location turned out to be in a narrow band between Eastern Europe
and the Black Sea where animals, trees, and insects matched the ancient Indo-European words.
In the 1950s, archaeological discoveries backed up this theory with remnants of
an ancient culture that existed in that region from 6,000 to 8,000 years ago.
Those people used to build kurgans, burial mountains, that archaeologists excavated to study cultural remains.
In that process, scholars not only learned more about the Proto-Indo-Europeans but also
why they were able to migrate across Europe and Asia.
In turned out that, in the past, the grassy plains of steppe that run from
Western China to the Black Sea had large herds of wild horses.
Early humans hunted them for food, but the Proto-Indo-Europeans were probably
the first people who domesticated the ancestors of modern-day domestic horses.
That brought them an enormous advantage, allowing them to move a lot faster than any other human group.
Then, they adopted—or, less likely, invented—wheeled vehicles and attached these to horses.
“That’s probably the moment when they suddenly managed to expand
into the Middle East, into India, and across Europe,” says Guy.
“Within the next thousands of years, they expanded
like no other human group that we know about in history.
Because [now (THEN)] they had mobility, which nobody else had.”
3 hours ago, Doc said:
Blonde Lives Matter
Brunettes & Redheads too
that's about all for now
I feel better already
New China Strain of contagious H1N1 Swine Flu epidemic:
New CCP WMD?
The New York Times isn’t fit to wipe your ass
Nobody gives a Damn
01. Nobody Gives A Damn 00:00:00
02. Good One Comin' On 00:03:15
03. Waiting For The Thunder 00:06:55
04. Let It Burn 00:11:30
05. Believe You Me 00:15:24
06. Medicate My Mind 00:20:18
07. Sleeping Dogs 00:25:51
08. Come Together 00:35:25
09. Sleeping Dog 00:37:59
10. Shakin' Hands With The Holy Ghost 00:40:07
11. The Whippoorwill 00:44:17
12. Run Away From It All 00:51:34
13. Sailin' Shoes 00:56:32
14. Ain't Got The Blues 00:57:40
15. Flesh And Bone 01:02:18 16.
One Horse Town 01:08:18
17. Like An Arrow 01:13:16
18. Ain't Much Left Of Me 01:18:48
19. Rollin' And Tumblin' 01:23:21
20. Ain't Much Left Of Me 01:25:04
Love Rudy !
Charlie Daniels dead at 83 years old. RIP Charlie, a good ol North Carolina boy .
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