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    Hope this isn't too risque; it's just too...

    Hope this isn't too risque; it's just too hilarious not to share.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kx_G2a2hL6U
  2. Very funny, Duarte. I liked it. :)

    Very funny, Duarte. I liked it. :)
  3. Thread: Origin of Pasta

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    All you need to make a flatbread is a flat hot...

    All you need to make a flatbread is a flat hot stone. Man has been doing it that way for millions of years. Our cesti or little baskets for panigacci work on the same principle: a terracotta disk is...
  4. @ratchet_fan If you're really interested in...

    @ratchet_fan

    If you're really interested in landscape gardening, this is a nice video which takes you through the Villa Cimbrone gardens.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKLiKMIO-gI

    The...
  5. Now you're being condescending, which is also...

    Now you're being condescending, which is also insulting. I understand this material as well if not far better than you do. When I disagree with you it's not because I don't understand the issue;...
  6. Well, now you've insulted me Ygorcs, which I'm...

    Well, now you've insulted me Ygorcs, which I'm sorry about. No, I'm not Southern Italian, but my husband is, and I couldn't give a you know what if he turned out to be a quarter Jewish or Syrian or...
  7. I have no issue with that. It's just we can't...

    I have no issue with that. It's just we can't figure out the percentages or the time periods without having the appropriate ancient samples. It's that simple.

    You people did the same thing when...
  8. Maybe you could ask Davidski to use the academic...

    Maybe you could ask Davidski to use the academic publicly available modern sample from Emilia. That's the only sample from that paper which he didn't include.

    If you wish, you might also suggest...
  9. That's exactly correct. There's been a lot of...

    That's exactly correct. There's been a lot of movement within Sicily itself especially since the 1800s.

    Just as another example, which I've pointed out before, Messina was totally destroyed by...
  10. And, pray tell, how much I1 and U-106 are in the...

    And, pray tell, how much I1 and U-106 are in the Northern Italian provinces? I'll save you the trouble. Not much.
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    What great news!

    What great news!
  12. Just click on each thumbnail....

    Just click on each thumbnail....
  13. As I've often said, the Amalfi Coast and Capri...

    As I've often said, the Amalfi Coast and Capri are, imo, among the top most beautiful places in the world. However, all the towns, including Amalfi, are handkerchief sized. It's hard to believe that...
  14. Thread: Origin of Pasta

    by Angela
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    Any woman looking at a mound of flour, an egg,...

    Any woman looking at a mound of flour, an egg, and a pot of boiling water could have come up with a dumpling, whatever her ethnicity. Whether she has talent and can make it digestible and not just a...
  15. I hear you. First there was a drive to...

    I hear you.

    First there was a drive to eradicate Jews by killing them, now it's a drive to deprive them of their unique identity.
  16. This has been my point from the beginning and why...

    This has been my point from the beginning and why I think the models, like the models for the Etruscans, are wrong. If you have more EEF you have more Levantine, because the EEF were almost a third...
  17. It's also all part of the original theapricity,...

    It's also all part of the original theapricity, forumbiodiversity, Stormfront theory that all Europeans with too much Middle Eastern in them should be kicked out of Europe.

    Like I said, everybody...
  18. Riverman, you can't use "Roman Imperial" as a...

    Riverman, you can't use "Roman Imperial" as a source because you have no way of knowing if they were "locals" or transients. It's just "wrong". The Antonio paper provided a lot of samples, but it...
  19. And here is Azzurro's comment to illustrate...

    And here is Azzurro's comment to illustrate exactly what I mean.

    "Yeah well unfortunately for you majority of Iran Neo/Levantine post Middle Eastern dna came in after Bronze Age"

    This is no...
  20. It's the same absurdity that crops up from time...

    It's the same absurdity that crops up from time to time when people want to appropriate an ancestry which isn't really theirs.

    My mtDna is U2e2a. My father's yDna is U-152. Am I supposed to...
  21. I have been studying Roman history for decades,...

    I have been studying Roman history for decades, and I can tell you there is no source which is reliable in terms of how many people came from X place and stayed versus merchants, seamen,...
  22. I meant Riverman. My grammar got tangled up. I...

    I meant Riverman. My grammar got tangled up. I fixed the original post.
  23. My goodness; right out of Sikeliot's handbook. Of...

    My goodness; right out of Sikeliot's handbook. Of course Eurogenes, and Riverman, know better than all the academics and than even some other modelers. He must have access to all of Sikeliot's...
  24. Sorry, I think this is misleading as well. No...

    Sorry, I think this is misleading as well. No separate group of Levant PPNB people went to Italy.

    If the goal, for whatever reason, is to quantify the amount of "LEVANT" ancestry in southern Italy...
  25. Exactly so, although you'd never know that...

    Exactly so, although you'd never know that listening to the folks over Anthrogenica.


    To the Board:
    Anyone who thinks Davidski's modeling has been objective clearly hasn't been paying...
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