Thats right dammit! If its written down it must be true... Now, if you'll excuse me, I found an old text stating that the world is flat, and I'm off to find the edge.
1/26/2006 11:48:08 AM
\"A bunch of bullshit is in my Christian school 'history book' but there is some real stuff there too so don't even try and disprove all the bullshit!\"
Wonder if the 7 stands for \"7th grade\".
1/26/2006 12:04:04 PM
The Last Conformist
I suppose that says it all.
1/26/2006 12:08:56 PM
Did Caesar get the title of King in Planet of the Apes 5?
Oh, or he could be talking about this:
1/26/2006 1:31:24 PM
Yeah, I just wrote \"God doesn't exist\" on this piece of paper. Therefore, God doesn't exist.
1/26/2006 1:47:55 PM
TaCo7, the Children's Bible is not a history text.
1/26/2006 3:39:22 PM
A book need not be entirely right or entirely wrong. Aside from that, we have plenty of other evidence for the World Wars - but not for the Bible stories.
1/26/2006 3:58:25 PM
OMG - this'm'fella havum textbook withum verse'n'chapter!
1/26/2006 4:45:34 PM
Ah yes, King Ceasar, lord of all the salads! Czar of the crutons! Poohbah of the...Whatever they call that sauce you put on it...!
1/26/2006 7:38:35 PM
and the roman empire is a myth, duh, I've got it written down right here! So it must be true!
1/26/2006 7:54:32 PM
What kind of 'history book' was this exactly?
1/26/2006 8:07:18 PM
Three words for TaCo7:
Get new school.
1/26/2006 8:48:30 PM
So Goliath was real, eh? Cool.
1/26/2006 9:00:37 PM
Whoa, you've got a history book that features Godzilla's adversaries? My petitions finally paid off. No more of this anti-monster revisionist conspiracy.
1/26/2006 9:19:58 PM
Normally it's an aioli base (garlic egg mayo) and anchovies.
1/27/2006 5:14:16 AM
Didn't Christianity start as the Holy Roman Empire?
If the Roman empire was a myth and never became the Holy Roman Empire that must mean that Christianity doesn't exist!
1/27/2006 6:16:18 AM
The Holy Roman Empire was the amalgam of Germanic kingdoms from 800 to 1800 - well after the establishment of the Catholic (and orthodox) churches (let alone xianity).
1/27/2006 11:38:18 PM
Wasn't ceasar an emporar?
3/13/2007 7:08:09 PM
Caesar was dictator of rome whom senators assassinated due to fears that he would declare himself king.
1/16/2011 11:53:30 AM
You cannot sarcasm. Do not try.
1/17/2011 11:15:47 AM
I'd hate to see the twist they put on the world wars or the Roman empire if the put two Bible STORIES in a history book.
To be fair ( or rather to express my disgust ) TLC and History have been running Biblical (unsubstantiated stories) like they happened.
What about the Odyssey or Iilid, assholes? Why don't you start documenting the Greek and Roman legends? And don't get me started on the Leprecauns and Fairies. Why no Pagan legends?
If I'm gonna have a bullshit history book I want it to encompass all the bullshit. It could ve a companion to real history, for this semester you need
1) The Real History Book.
It's got facts and well studied consenses from historical experts. It's the product of events that have many supporting sources and documentation.
2) The Myth Book
This would be a collection of the basic stories of religions and fantasy. It's the product of our imaginations. It will not shoehorn itself into real history, it will just generalize the stories, refer you to the actual stories for further (not required) studies. The preface for the Bible will be "A Group of Stories Compiled From Earlier Stories About 2000 Years Ago". The Other legends and folk tales will also carry a similiar preface
3)The History of Myth
Required reading, So you can tell the fuckin' difference
1/17/2011 4:07:07 PM
1/17/2011 7:53:19 PM
Actually Caesar wasn't even an emperor.
Don't get confused between history and fairy tales.
6/13/2011 7:12:26 AM
Yes, that's right! And the "Harry Potter" films are documentaries, based on the non-fiction books by JK Rowling. Also Cleopatra was a myth, and Mark Anthony was a mythter. X3
(*pats TaCo7 on head*)
...now you go back to your pop-up book on Creationism by Kent Hovind dear, the adults are talking.
"no king ceasar"
What's that, you don't want salad? There's no need to swear, just say 'I don't like Caesar'. Keep up that attitude young man, and someone won't be getting his favourite: fish fingers for dinner; instead someone will be taking a trip up the wooden hill to Bedfordshire with no dinner, nor supper for that matter, followed by someone's botty receiving a short, sharp visit from the Smack Fairy! X3
6/13/2011 8:39:53 AM