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  1. Thread: French cuisine

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    The aggressive minority often posts the majority...

    The aggressive minority often posts the majority of the comments no matter the topic. Can you imagine that almost every Maria Callas clip on youtube has closed the comment section? The internet has...
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    Poll: I never saw this before. Please, in the...

    I never saw this before.

    Please, in the future, if you or anyone else is aware of these kinds of posts, please inform me.

    I have absolutely no tolerance for these kinds of obscenities.
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    Poll: The rules are clear. Only English.

    The rules are clear. Only English.
  4. Thread: French cuisine

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    Some more oldies but goodies. :) Real French...

    Some more oldies but goodies. :)

    Real French onion soup....
    http://www.realfoodfinds.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/French-Onion-Soup-7.jpg


    Coquille St. Jacques (scallops)......
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    Poll: That's it. Take your insanity elsewhere. ...

    That's it. Take your insanity elsewhere.

    Honest to God...is it something in the water????
  6. Thread: French cuisine

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    Mine too. I eat Provencal cooking the most as...

    Mine too. I eat Provencal cooking the most as it's so close to me, but while in Paris I found this bistro highlighting the food of the Auvergne, and I really liked that too.

    Lyon, of course, is a...
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    There are at least 20 layers at Jericho. I'm sure...

    There are at least 20 layers at Jericho. I'm sure some time passed in between rebuilding the various "cities" of each layer and I'm sure that's true of a lot of the other listed sites as well.
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    Speaking of Calabrians...another example of...

    Speaking of Calabrians...another example of beautiful Mediterranean women...Stefania Bivone.
    ...
  9. Calabrian song by the aptly named Francesca...

    Calabrian song by the aptly named Francesca Aspromonte. :)

    The Song of Cecilia: a beautiful woman sacrifices her "honor" for the man she loves. Things don't end well. There are versions of this...
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    Oldest continuously inhabited cities

    https://i.imgur.com/4NO6Zt2.png
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    Things have drastically changed because of...

    Things have drastically changed because of politics. Once it was only the extreme right which denied science. Now, the left has embraced selective science denial in this and in other areas like...
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    I've only recently discovered her, and now I...

    I've only recently discovered her, and now I can't get enough. Beautiful woman, beautiful, soulful voice. If I were a man I'd fall instantly in love...

    Wayfaring Stranger...
    ...
  13. Thread: French cuisine

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    I'm not much for haute cuisine, whether it's...

    I'm not much for haute cuisine, whether it's French, Italian or Spanish, but I like French "home" cooking, the kind you get at old fashioned bistros, very much.

    When I was in my twenties, before...
  14. https://i.imgur.com/XRR2b1g.png Loud, G. A.;...

    https://i.imgur.com/XRR2b1g.png

    Loud, G. A.; Metcalfe, Alex (2002). The society of Norman Italy. BRILL. pp. 215–216. ISBN 9789004125414. In Calabria, a Greek-speaking population existed in...
  15. It is today, but that wasn't always the case.

    It is today, but that wasn't always the case.
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    Cache of good luck charms from Pompeii

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    https://www.archaeology.org/news/7913-190812-pompeii-ritual-objects

    "BBC News reports that a 2,000-year-old collection of possible ritual objects thought to have served as women’s “good luck...
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    Parasites in Bronze Age Britons

    Good Grief! One meter long worms in their kidneys?:petrified::petrified::petrified:

    I can't even look at pictures of them. Terrifying.

    I knew I was right to skeeve over sushi and beef tartare...
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    He never, ever, gets old for me, yet I didn't...

    He never, ever, gets old for me, yet I didn't appreciate him when I was younger. It was as if "modern" music began with the Beatles. :) Only later did I start to "get" it.

    I could fall asleep to...
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    HIV found in 1966 tissue sample

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    https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2019/08/hiv-genome-two-decades-before-its-discovery/596272/

    "The place, most likely: southern Cameroon. The estimated time: the 1920s. There and...
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    New Samples from Iberomaurisian Taforalt

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    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0047248418303750

    "Infant remains are relatively uncommon in the late Pleistocene (Upper Palaeolithic) archaeological record. Funerary...
  21. Or, they're just local people living in villages...

    Or, they're just local people living in villages which didn't give up the language that everyone in Southern Italy spoke at one time.

    Some of my husband's Calabrian ancestors lived in villages...
  22. I don't see how that necessarily follows from...

    I don't see how that necessarily follows from these facts. We have yet to have a look at samples actually from Magna Graecia, much less different parts of it or from the Byzantine Conquest period,...
  23. That's the danger with using samples from really...

    That's the danger with using samples from really isolated areas in population genetics studies. Yes, you're getting "old" and "unmixed" dna, but you may also be getting such "drifted" dna that it's...
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    A Cure for Ebola?

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    https://time.com/5650977/congo-ebola-patients-new-drugs-cured/
  25. Humans fled to the mountains during the last Ice Age

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    Quite interesting, and a choice that most archeologists/anthropologists wouldn't have predicted.

    "People in Ethiopia did not live in low valleys...
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