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Caveman Thrag: Male bonding with my crew today, asking the quintessential question: Betty or Wilma?
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Twitter Historian on April 15th 2010 in Comically Old, The Book
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Page 22: The Acropolis.
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Twitter Historian on April 12th 2010 in Comically Old, The Book, Uncategorized, Updates
Pheidippides: Feeling invincible after sprinting 26 miles to deliver to the news.
MaratonTimes: News alert: R.I.P. Pheidippides
Twitter Historian on March 8th 2010 in Comically Old
Leonardo Da Vinci: Serious artist’s block today. Luckily, I found inspiration at danbrown.com.
Twitter Historian on March 4th 2010 in Comically Old
Sore in all the wrong places from the race. Whose idea was it to make the Olympic Games clothing-optional?
Twitter Historian on March 3rd 2010 in Comically Old