Did Historical Characters Really Exist?

  • masculumpedes

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    Jan 08, 2010 4:16 AM GMT
    19th century historians, apparently suffering from a bad case of photosensitivity, were fond of classifying entire epochs in such intelligent and subtle names as "the Dark Ages" and "the Age of Enlightenment." Another productive hobby of theirs was to question the existence of historical characters, and they proved without question that not only did Jesus (that's "gee-zis" not "heey-zoos") not exist, but neither did Socrates, the Buddha, Lao Tzu, Alexander the Great or Julius Caesar, because we only know about them from the contemporary, ancient historians who made up characters, like totally, all the time.

    While we're at it, Elvis is dead. Accept it.

    This writeup was obviously meant as a joke. If it has offended you I can't say I'm sorry, you crybaby. I believe that even God has a sense of humor and if He can take a joke, you certainly should be able to also icon_wink.gif


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    Jan 08, 2010 4:37 AM GMT