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  1. All you had to do was say you were misinterpreted...

    All you had to do was say you were misinterpreted and didn't mean to sound rude.
  2. Give me a freaking break. You were being rude and...

    Give me a freaking break. You were being rude and you know it, or, as Moesan put it, "not too kind", at least. That's your tone in practically all your posts so far.

    Be that as it may, I...
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    That would be great. Thanks. :)

    That would be great. Thanks. :)
  4. Out of the five samples which are labeled...

    Out of the five samples which are labeled Empuries 2 and which Olalde considers as "Mycenaean" like, all three of the men carry yDna J. They couldn't resolve it more than that, so I don't know if...
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    Wow! We have the same taste in tango. I love...

    Wow! We have the same taste in tango. I love Gotan project, and my respect for Robert Duvall went even higher when I found out he's obsessed enough with tango to do that movie. Who would have thought...
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    Very nice. I love tango musica and dance....

    Very nice. I love tango musica and dance. Watching my parents dance it is one of my favorite memories from childhood. They still listened to the old tangos from the war years even in the 60's and...
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    Thanks, Duarte. I was hoping that it was a typo,...

    Thanks, Duarte. I was hoping that it was a typo, because I'm working on figuring out the "Mycenaean" like Empuries samples better, and it seems we don't have coordinates for 18216, 18215, and 18338...
  8. Pramzan/Parmigiano dialect of western Emilia

    Pramzan is Parma city, usually, and Parmigiano surrounding areas, including my dad's Apennine mountains.

    I'm learning about it academically for the first time. I understand most of it, but far...
  9. What do you not understand about the rules of...

    What do you not understand about the rules of civility???

    Moderate your tone.

    We don't need a Davidski like poster here.

    Clearly, most of it could date from later eras, but you could have...
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    I agree. I think embracing the new is important,...

    I agree. I think embracing the new is important, but so is not forgetting our traditions.
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    Even more beautiful with the words. Thanks so...

    Even more beautiful with the words.

    Thanks so much, Salento.
  12. I'm going to give this another try, both because...

    I'm going to give this another try, both because my answer to you was rather perfunctory and because it's a puzzle, and I like to try to answer puzzles. :)

    In the part of the Supplement dedicated...
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    It all makes sense. Olalde et al found that the...

    It all makes sense. Olalde et al found that the Classical and Roman Period introduced some new ancestry into Iberia, some of it Italian, some of it Greek, some from even further east, and that made a...
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    Just for fun. :) Distance to: Angela ...

    Just for fun. :)



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    Such a beautiful song. I wish I could understand...

    Such a beautiful song. I wish I could understand it. :)
  16. Excellent, guys. The shift in the Iron Age in...

    Excellent, guys.

    The shift in the Iron Age in Britain is definitely more pronounced in Ygorcs' analysis (different samples, both for the sources and each period?), but I think I see it even in...
  17. That's interesting. Looking at the list of...

    That's interesting.

    Looking at the list of Empuries samples we have, only one is listed as Roman Era, and the sample is French like. Maybe we don't have all the Roman Era samples?
    Of the ones we...
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    I can very well imagine the world going on...

    I can very well imagine the world going on without me; that's what makes me so sad about it. :)

    If I truly believed, as I used to do, that I would be reunited with my parents, my grandparents,...
  19. I'm so glad it worked out for them. Yes, I'm...

    I'm so glad it worked out for them.

    Yes, I'm sure they can indeed be useful.

    My point, and the point of the article, was to point out how some people use it.
  20. Oh no, it's not that way at all, not if you mean...

    Oh no, it's not that way at all, not if you mean at home; never has been. Non comando io. At best it's a draw. :) I knew what I was getting into; he's worth it.

    Not here either; loyal assistant at...
  21. Well, I don't think of myself as closed minded,...

    Well, I don't think of myself as closed minded, but I also understand you. :) I would have fit better in my parents time than in my own.
  22. I can see where the locals are, and where the...

    I can see where the locals are, and where the Germanics are. :)



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  23. This is one of my favorite clips of a man dancing...

    This is one of my favorite clips of a man dancing the pizzica: looks very restrained and elegant to me.

    I learned to sing "Tutti Mi Chiamano Bionda" listening to Orietta Berti records. :)

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  24. Do you really think it was the same in our...

    Do you really think it was the same in our parents' generation, though? I mean, I know there were always some married men who cheated, but to the extent it happens now? And what of women? I grew up...
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    Wall of bones under Ghent Cathedral

    Thank goodness it doesn't seem to be the remains of some massacre. Apparently it was done to make room for more bodies. Still, couldn't they just have dug a deep pit?

    See:...
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