Spring is Here, Life is Skittles & Beer

I was reminded of this timely song when discussing an odd 7th century burial at Norsborg with my friend Dr. Ing-Marie Back Danielsson. The buried individual has been murdered, which triggered the association.

Author: Martin R

Dr. Martin Rundkvist is a Swedish archaeologist, journal editor, skeptic, atheist, lefty liberal, bookworm, boardgamer, geocacher and father of two.

8 thoughts on “Spring is Here, Life is Skittles & Beer”

  1. Totally off-topic: the Planetary Society is planning a tour to western Asia Minor October 3-14 to view a meteor rain that will be most easily viewed at that meridian during its culmination. They usually plan such tours to pass places of great historical and cultural interest -in this case the great hellenistic and roman-era ruins of the region.

    I thought it might be a great idea to combine two passions: for astronomy, and for archaeology (more info should be available at their web sire).


  2. DNA transfer online? That is very…hygienic. I am reminded on the Japanese virtual celebrity who made herself real by “rapid prototyping” in one of Gibson’s novels.

    Yes, yes, I did not use spell check.
    (“You are all individuals”!)
    (“Yes, yes, we are all individuals!”)
    (“Not me !”)


  3. Martin R @ #3:

    A web sire must be someone who offers an insemination service on-line.

    Oh come on, that was obviously just a typo. Clearly he meant the web shire: the place where web hobbits live.


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