Yeah those guys on AE talk a different language. They usually don't post anywhere else on the forum except there. They are fanatics about ancient egyptology!! Myself, I prefer living for today and not thousands of years ago!! But I do have to give Ausar credit. He seems to be doing a great job moderating his part of the forum..
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quote:Originally posted by Everybody Luvs Gabriel: ehe2 correct!
And one more thing: No matter how many times you read their posts, you have NO IDEA what they are talking about!
Once I wanted to share in a discussion where they had a 5-page thread about the origins of "Fulani" .. There were really HUGE cat-fights about where the Fulani came from, and I was like HUUUUUHH?
So I decided to sound educated and all, and jumped into the discussion raising an even more important question: What about the origins of the 3illani then?
No but seriously, every time I ask something about Egyptian history on that section, I get brilliant answers.
Just don't stick to there too long, it's not good for your self esteem. he he.
well great debate... did you know that in Brazil the word fulan is the same as in Egypt fulani..??? that is portugese..which is deeply related in so many words to Arabic... but true...3ellani looks like family...
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