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  1. Now you're talkin'! 18261 18262 18264 ...

    Now you're talkin'!

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    There is also Hunnic fancy dress:
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6zaVYWLTkU&x-yt-t...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6zaVYWLTkU&x-yt-ts=1422327029&x-yt-cl=84838260
  3. Hi TQP, I read your post and can see that I did...

    Hi TQP, I read your post and can see that I did indeed give the wrong impression by only mentioning city states. I hope my comments make more sense by explaining that I was talking about...
  4. Hi TQP, Don't have time to read the whole post...

    Hi TQP, Don't have time to read the whole post right now. I'll just note that I realized after I went to bed that I gave a wrong impression by only mentioning city states. I also should have...
  5. Yes, I know. We share the hope that widespread...

    Yes, I know. We share the hope that widespread chaos and bloodshed will somehow be avoided. There are many ethnic groups and doubtless more than just the Uyghurs would prefer autonomy, and they have...
  6. Nah, Native Americans are a tiny minority in most...

    Nah, Native Americans are a tiny minority in most regions of the USA today and most Native Americans haven't been eating anywhere near a traditional diet for some decades. What I was talking about...
  7. Truly eating local would mean producing mainly...

    Truly eating local would mean producing mainly what the people of the area eat, so in areas where people are still eating relatively traditional diets, that would mean going back to producing more...
  8. Oh yeah, Turq, I momentarily forgot (with the...

    Oh yeah, Turq, I momentarily forgot (with the talk of China and having recently watched a documentary on a Chinese village), that you lived in a Uyghur Turk area, so the food all makes sense, duh,...
  9. Haha! You almost had me fooled for a bit. :) ...

    Haha! You almost had me fooled for a bit. :)

    That's OK, the Inca get the credit for domesticating potatoes, the Spanish for bringing them to Europe and Basque fishermen for carrying them to...
  10. 18189 The Tree of Life by Gustav Klimt

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    The Tree of Life by Gustav Klimt
  11. Cool. It reminds me of triskelions: 18187 ...

    Cool. It reminds me of triskelions:

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  12. Be careful, too many pretty photos may attract...

    Be careful, too many pretty photos may attract kidnapping enemies and demons. ;)

    Al dente potato starch noodles, pickled cabbage and pork belly? Is there a long-lost Irish tribe in China? ;)
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  13. OMG Turq, yet another adorable avatar photo, and...

    OMG Turq, yet another adorable avatar photo, and the last one was stunning too! How do you manage to be so photogenic? Are you trying to shame the rest of us whose photos frighten small children? :P ...
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    I see I had left some foods off my list,...

    I see I had left some foods off my list, including one of my most beneficial--sparkling mineral water. It improved my dental health greatly.

    OMG, and I forgot to mention gelatin. Unforgiveable...
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    Make every cold a perfect cold and every hot a...

    Make every cold a perfect cold and every hot a perfect hot.

    - allegedly a Taoist saying
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    Sweet potatoes reportedly vary in starch and RS...

    Sweet potatoes reportedly vary in starch and RS content by cultivar and maturity. Starchier cultivars reportedly include these:

    > the world-famous Okinawan/Chinese purple-throughout sweet potato...
  17. Yes, he is a good representation of the paradox...

    Yes, he is a good representation of the paradox of the steppes peoples--both harsh/tough and good-hearted.
  18. The Netflix show Marco Polo gives a bit of...

    The Netflix show Marco Polo gives a bit of insight on Kubilai and the differences and tensions between the Mongols, Chinese, and Chinese-oriented ruler of both, Kubilai. It got bad reviews, but I...
  19. Don't tell any Mongols this. :) Taizu was a...

    Don't tell any Mongols this. :) Taizu was a Jurchen/Manchurian, not Mongol. Mongols tend to not like Manchurians, because Manchurians ruled them for a while. To the ancient Chinese, all Northerners...
  20. And the full term in Mongolian for Chinggis,...

    And the full term in Mongolian for Chinggis, Ogedei, Kubilai, etc., is Kha'an, which comes from the older word Khagan - King of Kings or Oceanic/Universal ruler.
  21. Not the same family, no. Khan is the Mongolian...

    Not the same family, no. Khan is the Mongolian word for King/leader.
  22. You may be confusing the Yuan Dynasty, founded by...

    You may be confusing the Yuan Dynasty, founded by Kubilai Kha'an (nephew of Ogedei, grandson of Ghengis/Chinggis), with the Jin Dynasty, founded by Wanyan Aguda (Emperor Taizu), who was born in the...
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    See...

    See http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread73514-177.html#post1483996
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    LOL I agree with the gist of your point. I'll...

    LOL I agree with the gist of your point. I'll just add that I don't think the problem is really with "Primal" so much as recent bogus definitions of Primal. Whether or not some LCers like it, all...
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