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Lewis Black: The Flintstones is not a documentary.

A slightly longer version of the clip that used to be here.

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Comment by Chris on November 29, 2018 at 8:17pm

I see and hear commercials for Genetic ID - such as 32 and me as a gift for Christmas.

Har Har.

What great fun it would be to discover a family member - or child was born - not only out of wedlock, but isn't of you bloodline.

A Bastard.

What a way to make the holliday of Christmas great.

In total sarcasm, yet with truth behind it.

Comment by Brooks Rimes on November 29, 2018 at 6:53pm

Youtube took down the Lewis Black Flintstones video. Darn.

Comment by Idaho Spud on November 29, 2018 at 10:49am

Cute goddess in orange.

Comment by Patricia on November 28, 2018 at 6:51pm

Great orange.

Comment by Joan Denoo on November 28, 2018 at 6:45pm

"Europeans are the descendants of at least three major migrations of prehistoric people. First, a group of hunter-gatherers arrived in Europe about 37,000 years ago. Then, farmers began migrating from Anatolia (a region including present-day Turkey) into Europe 9000 years ago, but they initially didn’t intermingle much with the local hunter-gatherers because they brought their own families with them. Finally, 5000 to 4800 years ago, nomadic herders known as the Yamnaya swept into Europe. They were an early Bronze Age culture that came from the grasslands, or steppes, of modern-day Russia and Ukraine, bringing with them metallurgy and animal herding skills and, possibly, Proto-Indo-European, the mysterious ancestral tongue from which all of today’s 400 Indo-European languages spring. They immediately interbred with local Europeans, who were descendants of both the farmers and hunter-gatherers. Within a few hundred years, the Yamnaya contributed to at least half of central Europeans’ genetic ancestry."

Thousands of horsemen may have swept into Bronze Age Europe,transforming the local population

Comment by Joan Denoo on November 28, 2018 at 6:33pm

Map by Marija Gimbutas illustrating the movements of the Proto-Indo-European-speaking Kurgan peoples from the eastern steppes into western Europe. Adapted from Elster 2007

Comment by Ruth Anthony-Gardner on November 28, 2018 at 6:29pm

Cute goddess-in-orange. I like her haircut.

I live with a musician/psychologist. He can replace a Rubbermaid wall shelf, but likes me to kill the spiders.

Comment by Joan Denoo on November 28, 2018 at 6:27pm

Just a note from history, Marija Gimbutas and Riane Eisler, and I toured the excavations of Old Europe where they explained the Goddess was not the opposite side of coin with the other side being male. Females acted and led as a partner. The evidence for that is found in Chatal Hoyuk and other sites we visited in Eastern Europe, Old Europe, and the Scandinavian countries. "

”She further postulated the absence of strife because of the paucity of identifiable weapons and fortified settlements and the overwhelming presence of figurines that she identified as female and indicative of a peaceful matrifocal social structure.”

As observed digs in prehistoric sites, Marija introduced us to the culture of Old Europe, the Neolithic and Chalcolithic cultures of southeastern Europe, especially in Greece and the Balkans.

She demonstrated settlements that had no remnants of battle tools for no fortifications. It was not until the Kurgans* from the Eurasian Stepps swarmed through that digs revealing burials with skeletons of crushed skulls, fractured arms and legs, and other signs of traumatic deaths. There were signs of burial pits. 

*"The term kurgan is originally Russian and describes a burial under a mound."

She told us that 90% of the figurines she found were female. There were many clay figures laying on "hearthstones" where the food was cooked. 

"She further postulated the absence of strife because of the paucity of identifiable weapons and fortified settlements and the overwhelming presence of figurines that she identified as female and indicative of a peaceful matrifocal social structure."

Marija Gimbutas: Old Europe, Goddesses and Gods, and the Transforma...

Comment by Joan Denoo on November 28, 2018 at 5:21pm

Oh! A sign from the Goddess that she is taking over and god is now her servant. 

Comment by Loren Miller on November 28, 2018 at 4:37pm

Totally far out, GC!


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