Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
But can the (could the) Mayans spell correctly? Just winking at you Mitten.
Even with my expertise in foreign languages, I can't read Mayan. Therefore, I wouldn't give you sound opinions on the ability of the Mayan to spell. I had a Mayan that wanted to teach me once. I should have taken up his offer.
I think the writer of the Celestine Prophecy was very suspect on his ability to read Mayan. The encryption in the Oreo cookie call for the end of the world for all Oreo cookies. That may be where the writer got his information.
"Cómo te va", dijo el murguista a la muchacha. Que lo cortó con su mirada indiferente
Le dijo "Bien" y lo dejó como si nada
Nuevamente... La princesa... Se perdía entre la gente (Jaime Roos)
The Mayan items were all misinterpreted. Didn't half of the last glyph fall off the pyramid or something? I knew yesterday wasn't going to be the end when that Ancient Aliens dude said it wasn't the end. When has he been wrong?
We saw some Mayan ruins last spring near Cancun and they were an amazing civilization at that time. Their knowledge of astrology and mathematics rivaled the Egyptians during the same time period and was advanced waaay beyond our European ancestors. Like you said, the "Mayan acopolyose" didn't come from the Mayans, just a creation of western culture to belittle Mayans and sell t-shirts.
You know why they were both so advanced? Because aliens.
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