"Alaca" <P.Alaca@xxxxxx> says in
> " And this is what she said in this thread
> before she brought that hype in: "
> I think it is important to keep the attributions clear,
Let me show you a little trick. When I quote people on the Usenet I
> blah, blah, blah.
and when I quote people from websites I use
blah, blah, blah.
> especially when someone like IEJ is involved.
>> I particularly like the answer "6" > "5"
> That's nice, but what is the problem you solved here?
The difference between "60 AD" and "50 AD"
>>> btw. I think the poem she calls in as evidence
>>> is Avienus' "Ora Maritima" (still not translated)
>> I don't really care what color of flatulance she makes.
> In other words: you are not interested in the subject.
I have a very latent interest in the celts, round about the time this
group came into existence I got into a debate with someone about the
difference between the scots and the irish, and I did an internet
study at the time, it was like light and day (compared), but I
learned the basics. I have also collected some information that I am
sure the mdm would be very interested in concerning the norse and the
celts, but alas she doesn't deserve it ;^). I think the question was
where were the gaelic (western) irish from, at that time I concluded
they were from romania, molecular genetics, however, separates really
bad theories from good ones.
I find it very interesting that no-one yet has touched on some of
the cultural similarities between the celts and the norse, yet.