A Conversation for Hamburgers in History

Romans

Post 1

Terry Teadreg

A little while ago I saw a film on Discovery Channel, in which Terry Jones (of Monty Python) showed several origins of "modern" stuff. Among these was a hamburger stall in Pompei, Italy. Apparently the Romans already had fast-food stalls. It was not mentioned, however, if a pickle was included in the meal.

Cheers,

Terry


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Post 2

Farlander

and bacteria invented rotary motion, not the fellow who made the wheel.

sigh - credit *never* seems to go to the right people...


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Post 3

Mort - a middle aged Girl Interrupted

whats the proper name for someone obsessed with microbes??!!!smiley - winkeye

Mort


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Post 4

Farlander

a micromaniac


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Post 5

Mort - a middle aged Girl Interrupted

smiley - laugh that sounds about right!


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Post 6

Farlander



i think i forgot to mention that *micromaniacs* also happens to be a game i'm very, very interested in...


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