Re: Final post

From: KYER, JEFFREY <jeff.kyer_at_pI1blir1JF9lAhBeQclL_ZNQq7DRJhR5hLmRwt0TE0C11EAm7wnoQ8PKhQoEr4J11v>
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 16:01:44 -0500

Mightn't you be overreacting a bit? Though I do admit for someone to just jump in with a post like that is a bit much...

raconteurx wrote:
> Someone please tell me how it is that saunas, known to a single
> cultural group in the Iron Age (i.e., the Scandinavians) are more
> typical than beekeeping, a practice (according to the archaeological
> record) widespread throughout Europe and Asia since the inception of
> the agrarian lifestyle in Neolithic times?
> No, don't bother, It just isn't "cool" enough...

Well, there IS a coolness factor. I personally don't intend to dwell on the byres and middens. Shoveled enough of that when I worked at my gradad's farm.


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