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    My wife's.

    My wife's.
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    This is mine. Here are the previous estimates:...

    This is mine. Here are the previous estimates:
    Greece & the Balkans 70%
    Eastern Europe & Russia 25%
    Turkey and the Caucasus 1%
    Italy 2%
    Baltics 1%
    Malta 1%

    Wonder why they don't have a more...
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    Tumuli are very common in Thrace/Bulgaria. There...

    Tumuli are very common in Thrace/Bulgaria. There are about 230 of them in Greek Thrace that have yet to be excavated.
  4. No more pork or beef steaks for you (brizoles),...

    No more pork or beef steaks for you (brizoles), Yetos! No more bean soup(fasolada) for you either.
  5. While natural gas is better than coal for global...

    While natural gas is better than coal for global warming, there are major leaks of methane during the drilling, and transportation of the gas. Not to mention the burning of the fuel to produce...
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    Ehhhh...it's not that bad. Many kids my...

    Ehhhh...it's not that bad. Many kids my generation got spanked and we turned out OK. My mother did the disciplining. She used the rod sparingly and only for the most serious offenses. It cured...
  7. I am a consultant to electric utilities and I was...

    I am a consultant to electric utilities and I was helping ERCOT, the Texas regional ISO specify, document and test their new market management system and help integrated it to the rest of their...
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    Beautifully presented and sang. BTW, I just...

    Beautifully presented and sang.

    BTW, I just received a speeding ticket from the town of Melpignano in Grecia Salentina (after one year from the time of offense) :laughing:.
  9. San Antonio and Austin have a different climate....

    San Antonio and Austin have a different climate. I know they're only 78 miles apart but it just felt different. I spend 2.5 years in Austin and although it gets hot, it is tolerable. San Antonio on...
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    And the Olympians before them, singing in English.

    And the Olympians before them, singing in English.
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    OK, let's talk about Barca

    ...and Messi of course. Longtime time Barca fan, sad to see them sink that low but I guess it's time for the old guard to leave and for Barca to start its rebuilding. I would get rid of Busquets and...
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    Another that left us early (in 2011), Nikos...

    Another that left us early (in 2011), Nikos Papazoglou. A very successful mix of traditional Agean Island, Cretan, rempetiko and popular music.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_hE76mfU6E
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    As an R1b M-269 member I wholly agree with that...

    As an R1b M-269 member I wholly agree with that statement:grin:.
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    Look the citadel that was found in the layer...

    Look the citadel that was found in the layer corresponding to the Trojan war was compact, small. The number of arrowheads very small definitely not corresponding to a major 10 year war. A war of that...
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    This album was from the '70s. Yannis Poulopoulos...

    This album was from the '70s. Yannis Poulopoulos was a love troubadour.
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    That is certainly a lot of hype! How the heck do...

    That is certainly a lot of hype! How the heck do they know that samples from Bulgaria are from Troy or the Hittite Empire? All we know is that Troy of 1300-1100 BC was not very big, hardly the Troy...
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    I almost forgot about this. Yannis Poulopoulos...

    I almost forgot about this. Yannis Poulopoulos singing poems of Frederico Garcia Lorca (translated to Greek of course): Here are a few:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HztvWe6_Bg

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    The great Greek popular singer Yannis Poulopoulos...

    The great Greek popular singer Yannis Poulopoulos died yesterday at 79yo. Beautiful voice, was part of the "new wave" of the late 1960's and 70s. Here is a mix of his 20 most popular hits:
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    Yes, I do believe that the classical Greeks were...

    Yes, I do believe that the classical Greeks were a mixture of the Greek Tribes migrating down and the local Neolithic farmers (Pelasgians??). I don't believe that the Greek Tribes wiped out the local...
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    Where did anybody say anything about the current...

    Where did anybody say anything about the current Greeks being 100% like Bronze Age Greeks? Current Greeks are an amalgam of locals+Slavs+Arvanites+Vlachs+Venetians. Then you have forced migrations by...
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    Maybe we are thinking the same thing but it could...

    Maybe we are thinking the same thing but it could be a forced migration event from South Greece to Bulgaria during the Roman or Byzantine Empire. Emperors for some reason hate empty land that they...
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    12294 Here is my K36 similarity map. It kinda...

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    Here is my K36 similarity map.

    It kinda agrees with the 70% Greek and 30% Balkan mixture from both Ancestry.com and LivingDNA. There are some surprises though. For example 76% similarity to...
  23. Look as a Greek I am proud of my ancient...

    Look as a Greek I am proud of my ancient heritage. Let's face it, classical Greece contributed mightily to the world civilization and its civilization was spread far and wide through the conquests of...
  24. Every country wants to have control of its...

    Every country wants to have control of its borders. It has nothing to do with fascism. We do not owe anybody safe refuge from economic catastrophe or political oppression. Do some of the more...
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    Yep that's definitely Greek rap.

    Yep that's definitely Greek rap.
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