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Richard III found #2894985
02/04/13 10:04 AM
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Re: Richard III found [Re: JHZR2] #2894993
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Saw it and took it further. It was interesting reading.
Sure looks like he killed his own nephews so he could be king.

I always find it amazing how some people will love anyone with power no matter how they got it.
John Gotti Sr had plenty of hollywood stars patting him on the back at his trial
Moe Dalitz — an American bootlegger, racketeer, casino owner and philanthropist who was one of the major figures who helped shape Las Vegas, Nevada in the 20th century. He was often referred to as "Mr. Las Vegas He counted among his frequent visitors in his later years such well known personalities as Barbara Walters, Harry Reid, Suzanne Somers, Wayne Newton, Buddy Hackett, and Frank Sinatra. Dalitz was proud of helping performers like Sinatra get their first big breaks in show business.

Re: Richard III found [Re: JHZR2] #2895009
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That is interesting.

That Dr. is very attractive as well.


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Re: Richard III found [Re: JHZR2] #2895057
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As nice as this is as a part of history. The money would've been better spent elsewhere.


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Re: Richard III found [Re: clarkflower] #2895065
02/04/13 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted By: clarkflower
I always find it amazing how some people will love anyone with power no matter how they got it.


I dont see this as much about loving people with power as it is finding the remains of a historical figure that has been under a parking lot. It was good and successful archaeological work and they actually brought it to fruition and found something of interest from a historical perspective.

Im impressed that the teeth were in such good shape!

Re: Richard III found [Re: Smokescreen] #2895132
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Originally Posted By: Smokescreen
As nice as this is as a part of history. The money would've been better spent elsewhere.


How much money do we spend keeping the Constitution air conditioned in a vault proven to be nuke proof etc? That money didn't just vanish, some gov't contractor respent it within the economy.

Re: Richard III found [Re: JHZR2] #2895197
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Originally Posted By: JHZR2
Originally Posted By: clarkflower



Im impressed that the teeth were in such good shape!


He used Crest.
I'm not sure if your aware but tests show that people who use Crest have 98% fewer cavities than another leading brand

Re: Richard III found [Re: JHZR2] #2895263
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Very interesting and historical find. Strange how such a significant figure in history was found buried under a parking lot. I love history and find this story, and how they utilized DNA and other forensic tools to identify him and how he may have died.
Pity the biggest story in the U.S. press today is idiotic Super Bowl commercials.


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Re: Richard III found [Re: JHZR2] #2895287
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Michael Ibsen, Richard;s descendant, look almost like the painting.


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Re: Richard III found [Re: andrewg] #2895393
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Originally Posted By: andrewg
Very interesting and historical find. Strange how such a significant figure in history was found buried under a parking lot. I love history and find this story, and how they utilized DNA and other forensic tools to identify him and how he may have died.
Pity the biggest story in the U.S. press today is idiotic Super Bowl commercials.


Amazing the history buried in the bowels of Europe eh? I find it fascinating!


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Re: Richard III found [Re: JHZR2] #2895486
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Now is the winter of our discontent
Made glorious summer by the discovery
of the body of this Son of York...
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Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.

Sad to say, Bob, Terry, & Johnny were 100% right.
Re: Richard III found [Re: JHZR2] #2895503
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Now is the winter of our discontent


Went to see this in an outdoor production several summers ago; now I am not an ignorant person, but I couldn't follow the wikipedia entry on Richard III, let alone the play....


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Re: Richard III found [Re: simple_gifts] #2895551
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Originally Posted By: simple_gifts
Quote:

Now is the winter of our discontent


Went to see this in an outdoor production several summers ago; now I am not an ignorant person, but I couldn't follow the wikipedia entry on Richard III, let alone the play....


this is in plain english. Original text on left, modern english on right.

http://nfs.sparknotes.com/richardiii/




This movie is fairly good

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0116913/


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Re: Richard III found [Re: eljefino] #2896640
02/05/13 06:27 PM
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Originally Posted By: eljefino
Originally Posted By: Smokescreen
As nice as this is as a part of history. The money would've been better spent elsewhere.


How much money do we spend keeping the Constitution air conditioned in a vault proven to be nuke proof etc? That money didn't just vanish, some gov't contractor respent it within the economy.

Please send me your paycheck as it'll just be spent in a different part of the economy all will be good.


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Re: Richard III found [Re: clarkflower] #2897601
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Originally Posted By: clarkflower
Saw it and took it further. It was interesting reading.
Sure looks like he killed his own nephews so he could be king.

I always find it amazing how some people will love anyone with power no matter how they got it.
John Gotti Sr had plenty of hollywood stars patting him on the back at his trial
Moe Dalitz — an American bootlegger, racketeer, casino owner and philanthropist who was one of the major figures who helped shape Las Vegas, Nevada in the 20th century. He was often referred to as "Mr. Las Vegas He counted among his frequent visitors in his later years such well known personalities as Barbara Walters, Harry Reid, Suzanne Somers, Wayne Newton, Buddy Hackett, and Frank Sinatra. Dalitz was proud of helping performers like Sinatra get their first big breaks in show business.


Add the nefarious Joe Kennedy Sr. to your list.

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