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    Senior Member sdalek's Avatar
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    Default Archaeology shows that some things never change

    ...and ancient life is much like today, hurry, hurry, hurry.
    They've found that even Roman's were in a hurry. Makes you wonder, what was their equivalent of junk food? As sophisticated as Roman culture was, did they develop versions of vending machines with snack foods and pot noodles? Did they do takeout? Did they have their version of the Golden Arches, KFC, and Hardees?

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    I wonder if McDonald's paid this guy for his interpretation of history so more people can feel confortable living a more detached life from family desires and into the fold of the corporate social structure :p Η δωροδοκία της ιστορίας είναι διασκέδαση!

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    That would be funny and tragic at the same time. But who hasn't interpreted history for their own ends?

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