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Clear and obvious evidence of Atlantis... or just #badancient. Either or.
GASP!!! Atlantis found!?!? This time it must be true!
Wait... nope, Plato’s Atlantis was a thought experiment intended to remind his fellow Athenians to be humble and pious.
Translation, Atlantis never existed, no matter how many times the Tabloids claim it’s been “found.”SMH Historians@SMH_Historians
interesting take on a question I think most military historians have had to deal with in one form or another
What is the role of Military History at universities today? https://t.co/ycSl8ZPxdV
Category Archives: Bread
Up early this morning to try and get a head start on my day. M.D. is with her Grandma today so, if I time this right I can have a whole day doing research – but not until the bread … Continue reading
M.D. had her 12-13 month old jabs yesterday and has woken up today with a temperature and a grumpy face. Luckily, her mum is home today – lucky for me and Matilda . . . probably not for my wife. … Continue reading
Aha! Now, keen eyed readers may have noticed that every single one of my blogs during this bread odyssey has been lacking in one key ingredient . . . a recipe! I have always been loathed to put up such … Continue reading
Well, the sun is beaming down and I am in the mood for Pitta bread (Paul spells it Pitta rather than the more commonplace Pita, so I will for the sake of continuity). I already have quite a few recipes … Continue reading
Right. Grandma has M.D. for the day so I have the ability to make bread without transient time frames. What to do, what to do. I chose fougasse because Paul uses a quasi-sponge technique (I say quasi only because he … Continue reading