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  1. My own data on the subject . . . Just a couple of...

    My own data on the subject . . . Just a couple of years ago I found a cousin (same YDNA) in England via DNA test and paper research. We share a most recent common ancestor who was born c1600. That’s...
  2. I live in Rancho Bernardo which is a little more...

    I live in Rancho Bernardo which is a little more conservative (we’re all geezers here), but don’t expect CA to go Republican any time soon.
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    Didn't Jane Goodall show that chimps made war? I...

    Didn't Jane Goodall show that chimps made war? I believe she saw this when a large chimp group broke in two, followed by the larger group attacking, and killing some number of the smaller group.
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    Sticky: Like most Americans, I disagree with the concept...

    Like most Americans, I disagree with the concept of the Aristocracy, but I'm fascinated by it. When does the new season of The Crown begin?
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    Sticky: Serendipity is a wonderful thing. I was just...

    Serendipity is a wonderful thing. I was just wondering how this system worked and, ta da!, my question is answered. Thank you.
  6. I'm sure nordicwarrior is tired of us...

    I'm sure nordicwarrior is tired of us appropriating his thread (sorry big guy!), but, dang!, I do miss foie gras (California banned it too). The best thing I ever ate was goose liver, sliced thin, as...
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    Thanks. I'm on the L497 thread, so our lines...

    Thanks. I'm on the L497 thread, so our lines separated early,

    G2a2b2a>L140>PF3346>PF3345>L497>CTS9737>Z1817>Z727>CTS2230>Z726>Z36217

    Apparently the ISOGG nomenclature has changed again. I've...
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    Aci, help me out here. What thread of G2a are you...

    Aci, help me out here. What thread of G2a are you on?
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    Sticky: I suppose my disappointment with this map/article...

    I suppose my disappointment with this map/article is that I find this a fascinating subject and they have demeaned it somehow by making it about modern politics (at least in my view). I mean, isn't...
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    Salento, again thank you, you're a good man. ...

    Salento, again thank you, you're a good man.

    I suppose my concern at this point is not so much that I can't get a match on Gedcom for this one sample, but why is there such a mismatch between it...
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    Salento, thank you for the response. Your first...

    Salento, thank you for the response. Your first hint did not help (got the same answer), but I will look into Gedcom's Tier 1.
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    Sticky: This seems to be based on David Hackett Fischer's...

    This seems to be based on David Hackett Fischer's formulation of how the British colonies in America were settled in four great waves of emigration from England.
    - East Anglian Puritans came to New...
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    To all: I could use some advise in understanding...

    To all: I could use some advise in understanding MyTrueAncestry. They list "ancient relatives" with whom I share identified DNA segments. The very first of these is Corded Ware Denmark (2450 BC). Of...
  14. Part of growing up (will the current generation...

    Part of growing up (will the current generation ever do so?) is realizing how right your Mom was (goes for Dad too). My greatest realization struck when I started rearing my own children. As each new...
  15. I saw an article that asked what the ethical...

    I saw an article that asked what the ethical basis was that allowed us to kill and eat animals (I didn't bother to read it). Since we seem to have taken God out of the equation (I'm an atheist, but I...
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    I think the phrase Angela may have been looking...

    I think the phrase Angela may have been looking for (excuse the presumption) is, “man up.” No adult, male or otherwise, complains that someone has been mean to them. They marshall their facts and do...
  17. Angela, I have to disagree with you. Fast food is...

    Angela, I have to disagree with you. Fast food is not cheaper than homemade food, it's far more expensive. What it is, is convenient and, because the high fat and starch content, it's tasty. I...
  18. Americans were much more religious in previous...

    Americans were much more religious in previous decades, yet much slimmer than people living today. An answer to obesity must account for its recent rise, first in the US and now in England (and some...
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    It's interesting that no one (at least that I...

    It's interesting that no one (at least that I noticed in skimming the comments) has mentioned online education. Within a framework of standard requirements (reading, basic math, civics, etc) it could...
  20. I think you may be agreeing with the basis of my...

    I think you may be agreeing with the basis of my comment (if not the my slur on New Yorkers). Much of the President's unpopularity has to do with his being too "direct" and "brusque" (and the fact...
  21. Well, present company excepted of course . . .

    Well, present company excepted of course . . .
  22. I try to separate Trump the man from his...

    I try to separate Trump the man from his accomplishments. As a man, he is the perfect embodiment of a New Yorker, the most obnoxious, loud, boorish, self-regarding (I could go on) people in this...
  23. Homemade cornbread and black bean soup, one of my...

    Homemade cornbread and black bean soup, one of my favorite winter meals. And by the way, having actual bits of corn in the cornbread is an abomination.
  24. You have to mention a good crusty sourdough . . ....

    You have to mention a good crusty sourdough . . . while I know the original recipe goes back thousands of years, the current variety seems like an American (or Californian) invention to me.
  25. Or, better yet. Nobody killed anybody, nor drove...

    Or, better yet. Nobody killed anybody, nor drove anyone into extinction. We all just interbred with abandon . . . any body, any species, any place . . . with all our offspring evolving to become...
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