April 13, 2004
The Bayeux Tapestry:
history written by the
(or you can
create your own version
if you wish)
history written by
a translation of the poem
readings of the original Saxon version
13 years ago
Who hasn't seen
(I was going to include that, naxosaxur. I don't know where it went - it was supposed to be under
in the first sentence.) Which is a roundabout way of saying Cheers, naxosaxur.
dng, if i recall correctly, the SA contest was so hilarious, that someone posted it to MeFi and it didn't get deleted (too lazy to search MeFi right now)! Thanks for the good links, tho'...I never knew exactly where SA ripped it from.
"Unable to rouse France into action, a desperate Wiliiam of Normandy hatched a covert effort to recruit civilian American knights to join the Norman fleet. Risking prison sentences in the then-neutral US, a ragtag bunch of cowboys answered the call."
Soon to be a major motion picture starring Brad Pitt.