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    I wish I had more of my grandmother in laws...

    I wish I had more of my grandmother in laws Neapolitan recipes. She got Alzheimer's shortly after we married, and my husband doesn't cook at all. It's a pity because she was a fantastic cook, and I...
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    This is when I start re-watching my Christmas...

    This is when I start re-watching my Christmas favorites.

    I almost always start with "The Homecoming". It's a Walton's movie. Yes, I know, but I loved the Waltons as a child. My mother and I never...
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    Tortellini in brodo is the traditional first...

    Tortellini in brodo is the traditional first course in many Northern Italian households on Christmas Day, or at least it used to be. It's an incredibly laborious task, but worth it.

    Here an...
  4. I have discussed over and over again on this site...

    I have discussed over and over again on this site the hypothesis that people with ancestry from the Hunter-Gatherers of the Caucasus migrated into Europe in a pincer movement; one group admixed with...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXBNlApwh0c

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXBNlApwh0c
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    The addition of just a bit of Central Asian or...

    The addition of just a bit of Central Asian or "Turkic" to an Anatolian Neolithic/Iran farmer mix can create really beautiful people:

    Turkish actor Alp Navruz
    ...
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    Who gives a damn what people ignorant "of...

    Who gives a damn what people ignorant "of pre-history genetics" think of the issue? I certainly don't.

    There ARE no eminent academicians, who are the only writers with whom you should be...
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    Northern Italians have been living cheek by jowl...

    Northern Italians have been living cheek by jowl with Croatians since the days of the Venetian Republic. How the heck do you know when the admixture happened?

    My first cousin in law has a Slavic...
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    I've never yet heard from an Albanian who didn't...

    I've never yet heard from an Albanian who didn't think Dienekes was biased, and the reason is that they hate his analyses of Balkan genetics, particularly Greek and Albanian genetics.

    Meanwhile,...
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    Yes, well, some Northeastern Italians have a lot...

    Yes, well, some Northeastern Italians have a lot of Croatian admixture, just like some Italians from the far northern parts of the Veneto and Lombardia have some Germanic in them.

    That's what...
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    ^^Don't encourage me. :) This has now become...

    ^^Don't encourage me. :)

    This has now become my favorite version of one of my favorite Christmas songs. They are just magnificent. Whether you believe it or not is almost irrelevant; it makes me...
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    I saw an alarming analysis the other day claiming...

    I saw an alarming analysis the other day claiming an extreme drop in male fertility over the past decades. I have no idea what the cause could be, although the fact that it was more present in "first...
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    Well, that's news to me. I was specifically told...

    Well, that's news to me. I was specifically told by someone I consider reputable that the samples in the Vahaduo updated list for Dodecad K12b modern Italian populations were from his collection, and...
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    All I see is more reason to distrust analyses...

    All I see is more reason to distrust analyses using Eurogenes.

    Corsica is represented by ONE sample, "collected", or rather "chosen" by a notorious Italian Nordicist, and that sample is not at all...
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    ^^That's a good one. Taking care of a child is...

    ^^That's a good one. Taking care of a child is also great. In the old days it was carrying a book of literature or history.
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    Poll: Lately I watch less and less television or even...

    Lately I watch less and less television or even movies. I should just cancel Netlix and HBO Max, and maybe even Prime Video, although the latter has older movies on it.

    Everything is too WOKE for...
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    Poll: Everyone is different individually and not just...

    Everyone is different individually and not just men or women and on and on. No judging. :)

    FWI, I never watched Friends either. I did watch Seinfeld, but sporadically.

    Usually, I start watching...
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    Poll: I don't like either show, fwi, although I really...

    I don't like either show, fwi, although I really am not a situation comedy fan in general. Two and a Half Men in particular I find sexist and vulgar. I absolutely hated Sex and the City. Never...
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    It requires a certain level of intelligence, and...

    It requires a certain level of intelligence, and the ability to think logically and without bias to understand population genetics, and unfortunately, some people just can't do it.

    In those cases,...
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    The Battle for Greece: Salamis 480 B.C.

    See:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hwz56hBW9KI
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    Even Christmas songs can be seductive if Elvis...

    Even Christmas songs can be seductive if Elvis and Earth Kitt are around. :)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae7CtryWCkc


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mk_GmhD053E
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    I don't get this PCA AT ALL. The two highest...

    I don't get this PCA AT ALL. The two highest coverage samples are ORD 009 and ORD 010. OO9 is within a distance of 2 to Ligurians and then other Northern Italians, and they have it down by Anatolia...
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    I don't understand why this isn't getting...

    I don't understand why this isn't getting through, unless it's just a refusal to admit one got it wrong. An under 2% population in the handful of large Italian towns, which never were responsible for...
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    I'll certainly buy the "WHO KNOWS?" I asked...

    I'll certainly buy the "WHO KNOWS?"

    I asked for LINKS to papers, not hearsay from who knows where...

    After all this time you really think some mercenaries are going to change the autosomal...
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    Basing an analysis on the tiny percentage of...

    Basing an analysis on the tiny percentage of Molise Slavs doesn't seem very helpful. Also, could you provide historical context for the "slow trickling in" from Central Europe into Italy after the...
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