A Conversation for Greek Myths - Achilles
Zarquon's Singing Fish! Started conversation Oct 28, 2001
I've included in Heracles a different version of how he became (almost) invulnerable. Yours is the more usual version, but I kinda like mine.
Mind you, there appear to be oodles of different slants on each story from what I can see.
Researcher 168963 Posted Oct 29, 2001
Don't worry about having different versions. Just refer any doubters to the disclaimer on the unofficial index, which will eventually be on the real index I hope.
We're getting along nicely. And there is now a bit on my personal space so perhaps we'll have some more helpers.
Zarquon's Singing Fish! Posted Oct 29, 2001
Zarquon's Singing Fish! Posted Oct 30, 2001
Well, a bit more on the second looking than the first.
I didn't notice the Willem Love Collection, who sent me a posting yesterday and very nice it was too! I mentioned it at work today and said that it seemed like a reverse Wowbagger, and now having looked at it, I find I was right.
The very first thing I noticed was that you must be a Monty Python fan.
How about you? Have you worked out I'm not a bloke yet?
Researcher 168963 Posted Oct 30, 2001
Well I have now. I also notice that you seem to be in every single PR forum. With a relavent comment, which is where I fall down. I am, by nature, a lurker.
The WLC link wasn't up there until a few days ago, but it's a very worthwhile place- and my guardee Pillowcase is the famous Willem it's named after
Yeah, Python. With all the quoting I seem to do I'm suprised the mods don't have my name besides their computers; "Do not trust this researcher".
Zarquon's Singing Fish! Posted Nov 3, 2001
Well, I read the stuff (can't remember where) about comments being food to researchers, there being nothing worse than being ignored. I wholly agree!
And, I'm quite new, so I'm still very excited about the whole thing.
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