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Ancient Egyptian drill holes question
Posted: 30/11/2019 09:34:02
One of the delights of threads such as this is being introduced to new voices. Thanks for the link Adam. Sentences such as “I will however endeavour to do my best to make my ad-hominem attacks as creative as I am able” warm the cockles of my Radio 4 heart. Great to see a blogger for whom language is important, rather than just a sequence of misspelled textspeak. IP: 83.216.140.15
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Posted: 30/11/2019 14:47:49
Agreed.

A level of pisstake of pseuds I can only aspire to.
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Posted: 26/10/2020 09:58:19
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If you want to have an argument about pyramids, religion or anything else like that, please go elsewhere.


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