Skip to comments.Restored – but medieval maze is still a puzzle after centuries[UK]
Posted on 06/20/2007 4:47:34 AM PDT by BGHater
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Title: Neolithic labyrinth, northwest Russia Description: The biggest labyrinth in Europe, a neolith cult structure 1-2 thousand years B.C., on Zajatcky Island, 5 kilometers from a monastery. Photographed by Viktor Gritsyuk.
Rock inscripion recently discovered at Pansaimol, Goa.
Sure, but a cat food company got back at ‘em in the late 1960s.
Ah, if only someone would say that about me, sigh.Okay, okay, you're egregiously pagan. ;') Putting Hillary's face onto Oliver Cromwell wouldn't be appropriate. Oliver Hardy, maybe... ;')
“cat food company got back at them...” LOL. THat took me a minute, but it was very clever. Except for one thing, that cat Morris barely moved — he didn’t remind me of the dance!
Hey, he was smart enough to know that the advertising field is *littered* with unsuccessful dancing cats.
Just updating the GGG info, not sending a general distribution.
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