>actually im glad you brought this >up because i wanted to >get a link to the >net for a trip to >egypt so i can go >in one of those museums >and take on of the >grave artifacts that were stolen >and when they try to >stop me..tell them it belongs >to me and my people >what is the staute of >limitations on grave decicration??? please, you don't think you're taking the righteous shit just a little overboard here? I'm curious, what is your actual connection to Egypt? How many generations are you seperated, or can you even really trace you roots to it? I'm asking, because I was born in Egypt, spent the first five years of my life there, and have the majority of my family living over there, and one side of my family has been in Egypt for as long as we know, but I know I'd feel like a damn fool walking into my museum trying taking something that once belonged to people who actually are my people. And even if I got it, so what, I can take it home to grandma, you think she'll want it? She'll be like, "what are you doing, stealing from museums, you don't know how to care for an artifact like this". I just think what some people think they're entitled to is a little out of hand.
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