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Old 04-08-2008, 11:13 AM   #76
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Very interesting!

There is some talk of how the Acadiens mixed with the Mi'kmaq but I followed all the lines that I could and couldn't find any in my family...I think that would have been nice to find out tho, don't know why I feel that particularly but they were good people and did what they could to help the French, from what I understand.
Speaking of pre-European settlement populations, I unfortunately have no Maori heritage. We may have plenty of mystery, but every line's history is known from its arrival in New Zealand and it seems they all stuck to the European community. Well, one somewhat distant relative married a half-Maori, but that's it! No blood relation. Kind of disappointing really.

Though that's the thing about New Zealand - it's so young that even if I had Maori blood, the longest my history in New Zealand could possibly go back is 1,000 years, give or take a couple of centuries. You've probably got families in Italy cooking dinner tonight with recipes handed down through their family that are older than that!
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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I think I may have read about the Acediens and the Mi'kmaq mixing before. Certainly it would be cool to have some relations there.

Personally I always wanted to have a bit of Native American heritage (preferably Iroquois or Algonquin), despite the chances of that occurring in Australia are basically nil.
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See you soon, Ax.

God, I'm not tired but I think I need a walk around, my body feels like it's crumbling inside.

... and fuck, no words have magically appeared for my essay. Damn, I'm gonna have to get stuck into this, which might mean leaving for a while.
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I think I'm going to take a break for a bit too, try and get something done with my day...I've already worn out my welcome in a thread I hardly ever step foot into Good rappin with you all tho!
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Hey folks, I'm back!

Though it seems you guys have departed. Well, it was a good conversation we had while it lasted!

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Holy shit, you people sure do stay up late.

I finally listened to my first DI playlist today. I'm really enjoying Khan's set, with the exception of a couple of songs.
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Eh, it's only 2:10am here. It's my usual bedtime. If I'm not grossly mistaken, it's 1:40am over Adelaide way, where Bonnie is.

Any time before midnight constitutes early.
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Eh, it's only 2:10am here. It's my usual bedtime. If I'm not grossly mistaken, it's 1:40am over Adelaide way, where Bonnie is.

Any time before midnight constitutes early.
Oh, Interference says it is an hour later there. Probably because you just had Daylight Savings Time end.
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Damn. You guys go through threads insanely fast...
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Well, I'm a lazy arse and I feel like sleeping, so I've just jotted down the basics of what I want to address in the essay, a few ideas and such - and hopefully missing one mark tomorrow won't matter, as I'll have time to borrow a ton of books as source material. The essay I've decided to write is about Classicism and Jacques-Louis David. For the longest time tonight I was wondering if writing about a Neoclassical artist is appropriate when writing about Classicism. Eventually I decided to just go with it and figured I was probably the only one being petty like that. Anyway fuck this I'm tired.

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