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Re: Sinclairs at war (great subject title!) should be a new section of the website...
Rob, once again you have me standing up shouting approval for your fine
thoughts on culture, heritage and even Oak Island which brings a sence of
real anger when I think of the rusting artifacts, lack of science and wonder
within the island. But most importantly you have echoed culture and values
together as inseperable in a fashion that only a poet and musician can. Hats
off to you.
From: Rob Cohn <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: 23 November, 1999 8:57 PM
Subject: Re: Sinclairs at war (great subject title!) should be a new section
of the website...
>good night for it...full moon and all...grave robbing that is...
> Actually I don't have an opinion on this one...but, to widen the field
>beyond the armour:
> I'm not necessarily in favour of cracking open the vaults under Rosslyn
>- but I'd give a great deal to know if the substructure mirrors that of
>Soloman's Temple, and maybe contains some contents thereof...
> On the other hand...I also feel strongly that people should stop
>destroying Oak Island in their search for buried treasure...I believe
>that the Island is a treasure and that the value may be in acting as a
>centre for the questing mind (plus the incredible natural beauty)...
> Those who explore these questions have the opportunity to open and
>expand their minds - something we should all treasure...
> And yes, a Clan or tribe can produce a culture...it was these types of
>distinctive tribal artifacts which our National Museum just returned to
>one tribe...they fall under the moniker Native Art, the same way that
>theoretically distinct Sinclair items may be lumped under Scottish or
> A group's culture, is the collective sum of the people within that
>group...It may be defined by geographical borders, or racial stock, or
>community of interest: Scots, Innu, Cape Bretoner's, Quebecers, Internet
>geeks, whatever...there is even a curling culture as we have
> Certain families or people in History have also produced a
>culture...the family of Jesus for instance...
> People quit the list over these kinds of discussions?
> go figure...
> they probably watch the WWF instead...
> that's culture...
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