[Sca-cooks] Burger Battle
Laura C. Minnick
lcm at jeffnet.org
Sun Jan 21 21:58:56 PST 2007
At 04:41 PM 1/21/2007, you wrote:
> It is really quite simple. First of all the Roman's introduced
>everything to all of Europe but in Spain at least the Vandals and the
>Visigoths were barbarians who overthrew Spain and forgot all that.
Where did you learn that nonsense? I hope you didn't pay much for it.
> I am with you that hamburger could have been a cave man invention
>but not leftovers until the 20th century when dentistry could prevent
>tooth decay. One of the most ridiculous movies I saw in my life was
>Henry VIII eating roast beef off a bone. Now tell me how is he going to
>do that in the 16th Century when people had few teeth after the age of 20?
Sorry, not true. The archeological evidence runs counter to that:
they find teeth with a great deal of wear, but it isn't until large
amounts of sugar begin to be used by the general populace (and we've
already covered that ground) that you find much in the way of decay.
Again, I don't know where you're getting your info from, but it seems
to be heavily influenced by urban legend.
And please learn to trim your posts. I just cut off the remnants of
the rest of the digest that you were replying to. As in about 6 times
the length of your reply. I don't pay by the bandwidth, but some people do.
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