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Did you read the article?
Posted by Paul Younan (Guest) - Saturday, October 2 2004, 5:55:27 (CEST)
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>...I find this funny..not scary. You merely confirmed my sure as shit didn`t give me this kind of "proof" about got a MAP that any historian would this case I asked you for something as solid..this is mere crap...and give us the source for this happy and smug "history".


In the probable case that you didn't actually read the article, seeing that it has no pictures in it, I've included the bibliography below. If Oxford University, Rutgers University, Cornell University and all the rest of the sources aren't "scholarly" enough for you, let me know. (have you always been this dumb?)

Here is the bibliography used by the author:

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