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    I used Living DNA after having first gotten a...

    I used Living DNA after having first gotten a Y-DNA test at FT-DNA. The former were much cheaper ($79 vs $300), faster (weeks vs months), more complete (Y-DNA down to G-Z726 vs just "you're G") and...
  2. Now I know how to getted banned. Useful info.

    Now I know how to getted banned. Useful info.
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    The White Crow is worth a look. It’s the story of...

    The White Crow is worth a look. It’s the story of the early career of Nureyev; beautiful dancing of course, but also solid performances by a mostly unknown cast.
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    Poll: G2a-Z726 (earliest known ancestor out of...

    G2a-Z726 (earliest known ancestor out of Yorkshire).
  5. I doubt this will change the opinion of those who...

    I doubt this will change the opinion of those who believe that there are no sex differences and that observed differences between men and women are caused only by differences in socialization.
  6. Paul333: Thanks again, you've been very helpful...

    Paul333: Thanks again, you've been very helpful and given me new avenues to investigate.
  7. Thanks. I believe the inhabitants say hee-sham,...

    Thanks. I believe the inhabitants say hee-sham, but neither that or your version support my private theory (which I won’t bore you with).
  8. Paul333: excellent posts. The following is a...

    Paul333: excellent posts. The following is a question about some family research I’m doing . . . As a northern speaker, how do you pronounce the name of the town of Heysham, in Lancashire?
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    Makes me wish I was Irish.

    Makes me wish I was Irish.
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    Sticky: “I’m glad I’m not young anymore!” - Maurice...

    “I’m glad I’m not young anymore!” - Maurice Chevalier in “Gigi”

    This sounds better in Latin, "ego sum ego sum laetus iam puer"
  11. There is a lot of good in what Julian achieved,...

    There is a lot of good in what Julian achieved, and in what he tried to achieve. I too believe he is one of the great emperors, but much of his acclaim today seems, to me, to relate to his...
  12. I expect you're right. I think I understood, at...

    I expect you're right. I think I understood, at some level, what randy meant at the time, but the hilarity, and the blushes, of the ladies seemed beyond the normal. It's similar to the word bloody. I...
  13. [/FONT][/COLOR][/LEFT] I was in Australia many...

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    I was in Australia many years ago and the name of my buddy, Randy (short for Randolph), was the source of great amounts of laughter from the young ladies, When questioned,...
  14. This is an effect of our dictionary, Webster's....

    This is an effect of our dictionary, Webster's. Mr. Webster wanted to simplify the spellings to create an American English so it's color, not colour, and parlor, not parlour. It's only in faux...
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    Generally, I think nukes should be discounted. They are the weapon too terrible to use. They are a good asset for a small power, an Israel or North Korea, to have to...
  16. A strong economy is necessary to support an...

    A strong economy is necessary to support an effective military, but more important is will. I think Britain and France have it, Germany does not. Their people, traumatized by two world wars and now...
  17. I suppose I have a relatively narrow viewpoint,...

    I suppose I have a relatively narrow viewpoint, as a tourist, where I noticed the same things as Maleth, above, and the other as a aviator in the US Navy. The Swedes are, from my long familiarity...
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    I have explored the same Roman linkage, via...

    I have explored the same Roman linkage, via Wall/Lancashire . . . But as G2a, looking at Austria
    /Southern Germany as closest continental link. Celts or Raetians?

    Where do you think the...
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    My maternal grandmother is a Dengler. While I...

    My maternal grandmother is a Dengler. While I wondered if this could be a name based on a trade, I couldn’t imagine dengling and making a living at it. However a German man told me that the...
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    There are many sites which propose origins of...

    There are many sites which propose origins of surnames, but I expect most are just guesses. I believe there were Mauds and Maws recorded in England in the 13th century. Have you researched these?
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    The problem with surnames is they often change...

    The problem with surnames is they often change over time, especially during periods of high illiteracy, and this obscures their origins. My surname is Hissem, a very rare name that I assumed was...
  22. Poll: Well, I was just 3 out of 20, so not so much. But...

    Well, I was just 3 out of 20, so not so much. But really, dislike places that are too noisy? By definition you have to agree, it’s noisier than it ought to be. Object to illogical rules, who doesn’t?...
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    I took course in college on writing survey...

    I took course in college on writing survey questions and how to avoid biasing the answers. This test is frustrating because it steers you toward answers, often not the ones you want to make. How do...
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    Sticky: I saw Spartacus in the theater as a young boy (I...

    I saw Spartacus in the theater as a young boy (I sat in the front row craning my neck back to see the screen). I cried at the ending. Ben Hur was slow going for me, except for the galley and chariot...
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    I vote New York City and its inhabitants as the...

    I vote New York City and its inhabitants as the rudest, at least compared with the rest of the US. I've never had problems with Parisians, but perhaps my expectations were low.

    As Maciamo says,...
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