Re: NANFA-- HE DUG IT spam
Fri, 5 Jan 2001 08:08:10 -0600

On 5 Jan 2001, at 5:26, Scott Davis wrote:

> 5 BC in Rome or Greece? They had iron. Also, probably lots of slaves
> (P.O.W.s) for the grunt and shovel work. Today instead we have machines and
> appliances instead. You and I have conveniences, which we take for granted,
> that emperors couldn't have imagined.

Slaves seem pretty convenient to me. I wouldn't mind having
someone do all the work for me if I were an emperor or something.


Jackson, MS where slavery is still legal and the war never ended

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