Jul 19, 2010, 11:24 AM
Re: Emergence of Pyramids in the Americas
Hee, hee. I am reminded of the song, It's Later Than You Think.
Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa (Tropical Tramp
That is just a theory I have. The usual staid theories are primitive humans didn't move around very much or migrate anywhere fast.
Living in Mexico I have learned that the basic human drama is the same in all cultures. So, to assume the usual belief that primitive people were totally different, well, I will never know, I just don't believe it. That contradicts everything I know about young males and the young nubile girls who pretend not to be interested in them.
I am reminded of my wife's grandfather, three times president of this county. He was married to a woman who had been really sweet until they married...
It is alleged that after a few difficult years he wandered off and 'stole' a 27 year old woman from a nearby ranch in 1918, but it is more likely she was telling him, "Steal me faster, Francisco. My father is coming." They had 8 kids between 1918 and 1937, 6 still alive, including the first born. He lived to be 82, and she lived to be 94. For some reason, that first wife never found another husband...
Jul 19, 2010 11:24 AM