You know, that grassy knoll in the UK with a bunch of really big rocks? Some say it's a calendar, some a cemetery. Some believe aliens placed the rocks there for some nefarious purpose. Others suggest it's a Druid temple. There is ever new speculation sprouting to explain these big rocks.
What is the latest new theory?
It's a portico. The roof is gone now, but
it was originally simply somebody's
back yard patio?
It's a game left behind by
giants? Like dominos?
This latest idea of what Stonehenge
was used for comes from a British historian,
and art critic who says since ancient Brits
always worshipped the sun and moon from
an elevated alter, then obviously the stones once
formed a complete circle upon which a wooden
platform sat. Other "experts" reject this
theory saying there is no proof. Some of these
experts seem to be mostly annoyed that a
guy who isn't an archeologist is offering up a theory.
This ought to be good for tourism, anyway.
You are so disrespectful. These
ancient people have freedom of
religion too. This could raise
awareness about tolerance for
Hostmaster: oh boy.
I got a better idea. Let's use Piltdown Man
to raise awareness about
scientists that cheat.
That's not a bad idea! Alert the
Global Warming Deniers!
Hostmaster: so ends another round.