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  • Attention Picts

    Cat eyes, 2013/04/12 

    Apparently you can write.

    5 Comments »

    1. admin wrote,

      OK, cranky Pict admin time. It’s very easy to make text into a link. All you have to do is select the text you want as the link, click the link button, and paste the url into it. The snarky low blows appear much more elegant that way ;)

      Also, don’t forget to categorize your posts. I designated this one as “Myth.”

      Comment on 2013/04/12 @ 10:20 am

    2. Max wrote,

      That admin sure is cranky. I didn’t realize he was one of us. Excellent find Cat. It’s time for we Picts to shine! I look forward to reading the rich tomes of old. Could a Pictish Sheakespeare soon emerge? What am I saying? Will probably was a Pict. He’d have to be with a mind like that.

      Comment on 2013/04/12 @ 10:33 am

    3. SkyHarbor wrote,

      I’m also intrigued by this find. I must point out to our esteemed admin that it’s highly unlikely that his (or my) lineage traces back to the Picts. Being western Islanders, it’s much more probable that both Max’s (and my) gene-line traces back to Ireland (whence the Scots).

      [Pict != Scot]

      Since those early days, my lineage was merged with (some Scots might say ‘polluted by’) English genes. ;-)

      Comment on 2013/04/12 @ 11:59 am

    4. SkyHarbor wrote,

      Shakespeare a Pict? Surely you jest! Clearly, the master wordsmith couldn’t have come from a people noted for their dearth of written records (and never in English)! No, William was Warwickshire man through and through!

      Comment on 2013/04/12 @ 12:57 pm

    5. Max wrote,

      Yes I jest, and don’t call me Shirley.

      Comment on 2013/04/12 @ 1:00 pm

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