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Known to man.

Known to man implies there is a youth to man's discoveries. It also implies there are things known beyond man. That there are things known beyond what the human race knows. Religion? Alien? It's tough to discern a difference, sometimes.

1 year ago by EdvardMuchies with 3 comments

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  • CrookedTale
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    Rum! lots of knowing in rum. Tis the death of me and I misses it. Man, known to man, the ever lasting reboot of this world. The only thing for certain be that as long as there is water, there be pirates. Strong and true, we die, we live, we are weak and strong, but always there in some sort. If ye be thinking that man is but in it's youth, than I have to say that it may be true, but what is beyond is for adventurers to find, if you want to know you must explore. No use waiting for others to discern what is real and what is not, that is for your mind alone. Belch.

  • Appaloosa
    +3

    The vernacular of using man(there is now a litany of new words to describe us humans introduced each day) has changed, but the truth of what you says does not.

    • EdvardMuchies
      +4

      I don't subscribe to that identity politics nonsense.