A team of British researchers concludes that Stonehenge was built to symbolize the unification of ancient Britain. They reject previous theories, that it was built as a sun temple or a prehistoric observatory or druid center.
I call BS. Next they'll tell us Stonehenge isn't 18 inches tall and midgets didn't dance around it.
"Take this, brother; may it serve you well."
Interesting though unabsorbing...............
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^ Thanks never heard this song before. The Druids are massively overrated but it's still a cool song.
...no signal this a.m.
but not literally
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I'm still inclined to give greater credence to the theory that Stonehenge was created by local politicians as one of the first rock gardens to be viewed and enjoyed by the general public.
That the rock acquirement contract was outsourced to Wales is certainly evidence of malmanagement. This case is one more testimony to unabated state interference in the private sector which has been the bane of good business practices throughout history.
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