That’s like the guy who tried to sell the authentic Roman coin dated 24 B.C.
Where’s Raquel Welch?
A friend pushed a pen cap into the ground with his foot than said, “There, thousands of years form now archeologist will dig that up and say we buried pen caps as part of some religious ceremony”.
True, but wait til they see the cave drawings….
Which of the two prescient designations does that “B. C.” stand for?
An interesting future shows scientist trying to figure out exactly what sort of religion required public buildings, theaters, dens, churches, stadiums, and schools to have rows of seats, all facing a single focal point. Should take them generations trying to come up with the identity of a single entity that powerful.
Nothing new about flamboyance or showoffs.
Prehistoric anthropology would be so much easier if ancient peoples knew how to write with the dates we use today.
Mick & Mason Mastroianni
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