My apology for the misunderstanding. I made no comment about your use of
the word Celtic, but with your 'A' and your 'B'.
P's and Q's I grew up with and can appreciate, but I am sorry to say
that your own peculiar taxonomy has lost me.
What I meant by all that, and what I wrote, is not concerned with what
you want to study rather with your reason for not using standard
language that can be shared across the board.
For my own part, again, it confuses me that so many of you people sit
there at home rather than join us in our big gatherings and our big
My view is that doing that you would certainly understand a great deal
more about what it is you say you want to do with your life.
But then, please yourself as you say.
It simply comes as no surprise that nobody pays much attention to this
stuff. Perhaps it's better that way.
Again, kindest regards,
John Hooker wrote:
> Hi Gil,
> Why bother? -- Why not?
> My theory is about the ancient Celts as studied in archaeology and other
> subjects. It also focuses on the La TÚne period. Why? because that is what
> interests me. I am not particularly interested in the Medieval period and
> as for modern issues, I have no interest at all. I never watch, listen to
> or read news. It's all just sensationalism to me. I prefer the things that
> interest me and the things that I can actually do something about.
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