To: Bernard Marx; blam
No, BM, I didn't mean the Aussies weren't Ainu. I merely cited that article as an example that there's other people who have also been called the "most hairiest". I also cited it as perhaps a common denominator in the "hairy people" dispersals.
I laughed at that picture, Blam. Going bald certainly doesn't qualify as hairy. LOL But I still can't get where they say those people don't have slanted eyes. They look like "Asian Eyes" to me.
I also became amused at the link you sent. It's the same one that I used to back up what you said. That's funny.
BTW, I was at the feed store today. TheY have a tail and mane shampoo for horses. I was thinking it'd be good for all that hair on my St Bernard. The guy told me that his WIFE won't use anything else on her own hair and has turned others onto the trick. It's said to be especially good for "hairy people". (grin)
posted on 06/23/2003 2:28:09 PM PDT
(It's a wild world. There's a lot of bad and beware.)
"The guy told me that his WIFE won't use anything else on her own hair and has turned others onto the trick. "
I've heard that for years from women. In fact, I think the human usage drove up the price some.
posted on 06/23/2003 2:40:15 PM PDT
"LOL But I still can't get where they say those people don't have slanted eyes."
I agree. That's the only picture I could find of someone that claims to be Ainu. I've seen others that don't look asian at all.
I've read some speculation that the original Samurai were these tall, hairy and light skinned people and that they were the original 'royals.' ...and, that the Japanese custom of 'white face' was the Asian types way of emulating the appearance of the royals. Also, there are supposedly ancient paintings of the Samurai that depict these people and the Japanese keep these paintings in hiding. Even so, I've seen pictures of Samurai with full beards and real hairy leggs.
posted on 06/23/2003 2:49:57 PM PDT
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