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Who said medieval was faire?

Jousting is brutal...who said medieval was faire?

November 20th 2016
Jousting is brutal...who said medieval was faire? The first taste was a bald guy dressed as a monk in a brown habit with a big silver cross hanging on his chest. Not sure whether it was the sunglasses or the walkie-talkie over his left breast that attracted my attention. But when he raised his mobile phone I knew I was on a good thing. And he was only the parking attendant! [youtub ... read more
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Australian Flag Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
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24th November 2016

The closest I come to a Viking
Being from northern Europe I have to highlight a Viking. This is the closest I could come to one. I also have to mention that the rumours that Vikings were savage warriors and outlaws are mainly just rumours. They were seamen and tradesmen first of all. They sailed to North America several hundreds of years before Columbus and they navigated the Russian rivers and managed to go as far as the Black Sea. Ake
24th November 2016

The closest I come to a Viking
Ake the Hammer, Ake the Red...surely as a Swede with your thirst for discovery and adventure you are descended from one! The Vikings have always captured my admiration for their toughness, endurance, influence on British history and language that I studied as a kid, and as the true discoverers of the New World. Their longships were technically way ahead of their time. What a fantastic heritage I expect you have Ake.

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