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    Not for long. :) I sold my house and bought a...

    Not for long. :)

    I sold my house and bought a new one on Tuesday; back to back closings. It was hellish for two months: finding a buyer, finding a new house, negotiating the deals and PACKING.
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    Well, some “white” American Hispanics wanted to...

    Well, some “white” American Hispanics wanted to make sure it was clear they were Hispanic. but they were not “black” or “Native American” Hispanics and complained. At least that’s how I heard it...
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    I don't think it's my place to tell American...

    I don't think it's my place to tell American Protestant fundamentalists what "taking the scriptures literally" means in their branch of Christianity. They define their own religion, and what I am...
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    Oh my gosh, he looks so much like my dog! What a...

    Oh my gosh, he looks so much like my dog! What a beautiful face! The other day someone at the dog park told my husband he looked like a "Hellenic hound". Is this what he meant, a gekas? Is it...
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    I regret having to say it but virtually every...

    I regret having to say it but virtually every state in red has high percentages of minority populations. Please don't misunderstand: there are middle and middle to upper class black people, Hispanics...
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    Maciamo, I hope you take this in the...

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    Maciamo, I hope you take this in the spirit in which it is offered, but that is a hugely distorted view of even fundamentalist Christians. I don't know how you could have formed such...
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    @I don't think I've ever heard religious people...

    @I don't think I've ever heard religious people talking about atheists, much less hating them, or wanting to do violence to them, not even Southern Baptists or Born Again Evangelicals. :) If...
  8. A lot of the big money has been moving to New...

    A lot of the big money has been moving to New Zealand for at least a decade, if not two.
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    Found where? From the K7b Dienekes...

    Found where?

    From the K7b Dienekes spreadsheet:
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Me2vweYJN2mNtnDaypabv31sy2-kSWVhNJvanIsWtJU/edit#gid=0

    N_Italian Dodecad members (5). Adriano Squecco...
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    Yes, well, trust me, as I already explained, the...

    Yes, well, trust me, as I already explained, the population in those areas is exactly the population I was talking about, i.e. minority, little to no education, unemployed, alcohol and drug addicted,...
  11. Right where you are would be high on my list at...

    Right where you are would be high on my list at this point in my life.

    Right where I am is also great; near Long Island Sound on the north shore of eastern Nassau County and Suffolk County. ...
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    What a great find! I so envy people with this...

    What a great find! I so envy people with this kind of musical talent. It's a gift. Tends to make me want to drop my choir memberships, though. It's embarrassing. :)

    This is quite a different...
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    N_Italian is Bergamo, Northern Lombardia. ...

    N_Italian is Bergamo, Northern Lombardia.

    North_Italian are Dodecad members with all four grandparents from Northern Italy in general. I know for a certainty there are Lombards in there. I don't...
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    Both charts are measuring per 100,000...

    Both charts are measuring per 100,000 inhabitants. It is what it is. It doesn't matter that the U.S. isn't included.

    What is going on is that the charts are measuring two different things.

    One...
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    The one about Pontic Caspian steppe people...

    The one about Pontic Caspian steppe people bringing light pigmentation to Europe also.

    They did bing the plague, unfortunately.
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    Does the method matter I wonder? ...

    Does the method matter I wonder?

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

    What on earth is going on in northeastern Europe??? Peaceful Scandinavia doesn't seem to peaceful either.

    For the first is it...
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    It makes sense for me. My closest samples are...

    It makes sense for me. My closest samples are about 75% European average/25% Mediterranean average, on average. :)
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    I don't know to which paper you're referring or...

    I don't know to which paper you're referring or the exact source of that PDA. At any rate, I have no idea why you'd base any conclusions whatsoever on samples of this kind of quality.

    Ignore...
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    I agree. That's one of the reasons I always...

    I agree. That's one of the reasons I always doubted that was the source.
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    Central Balkans Neolithic Expansion

    See: Marko Porcik et al

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352409X20303199

    "Highlights•The first farmers reached the Central Balkans probably between 6250 and 6200 cal BC....
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    Low LP levels in Bronze Age

    More and more evidence that it only began to increase in frequency in the first millennium BC and has continued to the present day. So, all those elaborate theories that were passionately held about...
  22. The habit of naming someone for the people he or...

    The habit of naming someone for the people he or she fought goes back to the Roman Era, i.e. Scipio Africanus.

    As a result of the name and the fact that a bust of him was carved from dark stone...
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    First Islamic Genomes in the Levant

    See: From Uppsala University
    Megha Srigyan et al


    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.09.03.281261v1

    "The Middle East plays a central role in human history harbouring a vast...
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    ^^Let me give you a head's up. Here, we respect...

    ^^Let me give you a head's up. Here, we respect academic papers more than the results produced by some anonymous person using amateur calculators.

    You may not have heard, but Eurogenes dumped...
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    Poll: No calling other members dumb. That applies to...

    No calling other members dumb. That applies to you, Ratchet. Watch it.

    As for political leaders, within limits, they're fair game, as they are generally in the media.

    Does anyone really want me...
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