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Remains of  Azteks sacrifices...

Remains of Azteks' sacrifices...

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Eldar Kadymov16-Mar-2008 22:30
Michael, I am sure that some Jewish tribe has somehow bribed Leif Ericson and then escaped from his rude authority towards south, yet I never thought that passion for yarmulkas, or lack of thereof, forced them to abandon lavish jungles of Chichen-Itza and move to Texas ?! Now many things become incredibly clear about Texas way of life, since its rulers, educated in best traditions of their ancestors, still sell bupkas to common folks and get elected to the paramounts of power while smuggling Aztek's descendants back and forth across the border... Creepy picture you painted, amigo...
Michael Weinberg16-Mar-2008 17:40
Hello Eldar. A perplexing image to say the least.... one which raises many questions. Did the Aztec civilization fall because of a corrupt Mexican monetary policy.... or did an irate customer decide just to throw his money away at these failed symbols of idolatry when he realized his 100 peso notes could not buy a roll of toilet paper, let alone one of these funky looking trinkets. My real guess is that the ancient Aztecs were actually a lost tribe of Jews who just could not handle Mexican society which only allowed yarmulkas for bishops, cardinals and popes. In defiance, these wayward Jews emigrated to Texas where became Bankers and Retailers and just refused to accept pesos for anything.... including Aztec antiquities. They bought the goods with Bupkas (which was worth more than pesos) and then sold them for dollars. What goes around come around. Michael.