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    Question Link between haplogroup E and poor economic performance OT about Knovas & Ferreiro

    You forgot the glasses in South America, too bad. Sorry for you.

    PD: Don't be more pathetic Agenda-man, you look like an angry clown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knovas View Post
    You forgot the glasses in South America, too bad. Sorry for you.
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    And you forgot your brain when you was born.
    Fool!!!
    A mamarla, que es para lo único que vales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    I have not been to Egypt, so I can not think of that country, but I visited once Morocco, It was a country that I did not like, but I have to admit that there were a lot of Moroccans who could pass for natives of southern Europe. It's logical because only 14 km separate the northern coast of Morocco to the south of Europe.
    Perhaps the facial structure is different from a Greek, since there is much distance between the two countries. But skin pigmentation is like south Europe. I'm not talking about all moroccons. These Moroccans what I'm talking, have a facial structure of Mediterranean West: Similar to the Spaniards of Andalucia.

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    Andalusia only there is one.

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    Curious, I have found a list of most beautiful arabs woman.

    http://www.fanoos.com/awards/sexy_arab_women_2010.html

    A lot of these women are paler than a lot of women in South of Europe. Of course, the majority of arabs women are not so, but when someone (archaiochapilos) are saying that has not seen an egyptian or moroccon looking Greek, I have to laugh a lot. I suppose is product of the ignorance and lack of education.

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    They are very beautiful, but they are so different from the Spaniards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    Curious, I have found a list of most beautiful arabs woman.

    http://www.fanoos.com/awards/sexy_arab_women_2010.html

    A lot of these women are paler than a lot of women in South of Europe. Of course, the majority of arabs women are not so, but when someone (archaiochapilos) are saying that has not seen an egyptian or moroccon looking Greek, I have to laugh a lot. I suppose is product of the ignorance and lack of education.
    I didn't mean that there are not Greek-looking Arabs but that there are not Greeks looking like Arabs (at least of what is stereotypical Arab). Not even Cretans or Aegeans look like Arabs.

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    J1 the most frequent Arabic haplogroup is only 2-3% in Greece, lower than in Italy I think...

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    Ferreiro should forget Spaniards and start worrying about his lovely Italians, since he would have much more work with them considering his stupid agenda.

    Sick and clown, that's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    Curious, I have found a list of most beautiful arabs woman.

    http://www.fanoos.com/awards/sexy_arab_women_2010.html

    A lot of these women are paler than a lot of women in South of Europe. Of course, the majority of arabs women are not so, but when someone (archaiochapilos) are saying that has not seen an egyptian or moroccon looking Greek, I have to laugh a lot. I suppose is product of the ignorance and lack of education.

    hmmm
    If I make plastic surgery, polish my teeth, paint my hair,
    what ever, will you advertise me?
    and show me as typical of a countrie?

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    It's really hard to find true Arab phenotypes anywhere in any indigenous European peoples. I've been to the Balkans and saw a few in Albania and Bulgaria (they were native). That's about it.
    Last edited by Cambrius (The Red); 18-07-11 at 02:03.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey Moss View Post
    It's really hard to find true Arab phenotypes anywhere in any indigenous European peoples. I've been to the Balkans and saw a fewl in Albania and Bulgaria (they were native). That's about it.
    are you sure about being native to albania and bulgaria?

    besides what are the Arab phenotypes?
    do we include Levantine and Messopotamia to Arab?
    or Morrocan west saharan to Arab?
    because I believe it is another story the muslim Arabic culture, and another the true Arabic,

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    Quote Originally Posted by iapetoc View Post
    hmmm
    If I make plastic surgery, polish my teeth, paint my hair,
    what ever, will you advertise me?
    and show me as typical of a countrie?
    I have not been to Lebanon, Syria or Egypt, but I have been to Turkey and Morocco, and I have seen a lot of natives there that could be pass as south europeans, and not all had surgery. the same is true in reverse.
    Here we have 4 fools hating me because I talk about haplogroups E or T and its origin non european. If I only talked about haplogroups R or I, they will love me. I don't care, they are a complete waste of time. They writte the same in all forums, and they think that with their insults to me, scientific files will be forgotten. Poor men .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    I have not been to Lebanon, Syria or Egypt, but I have been to Turkey and Morocco, and I have seen a lot of natives there that could be pass as south european, and not all had surgery.
    Here we have 4 fools hating me because I talk about haplogroups E or T and its origin non european. If I only talk about haplogroups R or I, they will love me. I don't care, they are a complete waste of time. They writte the same in all forums, and they think that with their insults to me, scientific files will be forgotten. Poor men .
    blah blah blah

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    jajaja, here comes the t.r.o.l.l. incantation!

    Seriously Ferreiro, you are poorest man here, nobody beleives a word of what you say, just a funny individual, nothing else.

    If you want to do something useful, just go away to the circus. Many people will thank you for it, sure XDDD

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    Mediterranean sea has neve been an absolute barrier to human migrations.
    Most of the inhabitants of both sides of Mediterranean sea (north and south) can be distinguished, but there is a minority that is interchangeable.
    Exactly the same happens between the Iberian peninsula and the British Islands.

    Sorry for us, you are participating in a democratic forum.
    Pan y ajo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    Mediterranean sea has neve been an absolute barrier to human migrations.
    Sorry for us, you are participating in a democratic forum.
    Pan y ajo.
    Pan y ajo?

    You are defenitely stupid Ferreiro. You have admited right now that you are NOT Spanish, LIAR. This expresion does not exist, the correct one is "Ajo y Agua". You confused with Marcelino Pan y Vino or something like this jajaja.

    Come on, keep fooling if you can. You are ridiculous, a t.r.o.l.l. who has nothing to teach here. Show you have a little bit of dignity and sense of shame, and close your account.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knovas View Post
    Pan y ajo?

    You are defenitely stupid Ferreiro. You have admited right now that you are NOT Spanish, LIAR. This expresion does not exist, the correct one is "Ajo y Agua". You confused with Marcelino Pan y Vino or something like this jajaja.

    Come on, keep fooling if you can. You are ridiculous, a t.r.o.l.l. who has nothing to teach here. Show you have a little bit of dignity and sense of shame, and close your account.
    You'd want it, because you are a modern inquisitor. But you can wait and wait. I won't close my account, hahaha.

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    Very bad since your terrible mistake, now it's clear that you are not Spanish, just a liar clown. If you don't close your account, someone should do it for you (I hope so). That's the greatest truth.

    PD: 35 years old...let me tell that if this is really true, what a pathetic child you are. SHAME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knovas View Post
    Very bad since your terrible mistake, now it's clear that you are not Spanish, just a liar clown. If you don't close your account, someone should do it for you (I hope so). That's the greatest truth.

    PD: 35 years old...let me tell that if this is really true, what a pathetic child you are. SHAME!
    Be careful, maybe someone will close your account before, first for had been banned months ago when you was using Lynx nick and return now, and second because you only participate to insult and hate to everybody: latinamericans, jews, arabs, italians..., and third, you never provide scientific information.
    I don't care, because the most of time I not even read your posts .

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    Can not there come to an average term the detractors of Spain and the spaniards Nordicity?, a point of understanding removed from the provocations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    I have not been to Lebanon, Syria or Egypt, but I have been to Turkey and Morocco, and I have seen a lot of natives there that could be pass as south europeans, and not all had surgery. the same is true in reverse.
    Here we have 4 fools hating me because I talk about haplogroups E or T and its origin non european. If I only talked about haplogroups R or I, they will love me. I don't care, they are a complete waste of time. They writte the same in all forums, and they think that with their insults to me, scientific files will be forgotten. Poor men .
    Come on Ferreiro, we know who you are. Your lies and exaggerations are so infantile they defy explanation. You're done, mountebank, but you're too thick to realize it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knovas View Post
    Pan y ajo?

    You are defenitely stupid Ferreiro. You have admited right now that you are NOT Spanish, LIAR. This expresion does not exist, the correct one is "Ajo y Agua". You confused with Marcelino Pan y Vino or something like this jajaja.

    Come on, keep fooling if you can. You are ridiculous, a t.r.o.l.l. who has nothing to teach here. Show you have a little bit of dignity and sense of shame, and close your account.
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Stupidity knows no bounds.

    He's native Spanish like I'm Sami.

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    And still with the absurd theory that I am Lynx, some of you are obsessed trying to give me a false identity.

    Look Ferreiro, here is another Spanish expresion absolutely adecuate for you: cree el ladron que todo hombre es de su condición.

    Take a note of it.

    PD: The only "person" without any relevant participation here is you. 0 interesting contributions, pure noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knovas View Post
    Pan y ajo?
    Pan e ajo in Venetian

    bread and garlic


    "Garlic bread" in Spanish is "pan con ajo



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