[DWJ] Dragon history question

Dorian E. Gray dorianegray at gmail.com
Thu Jul 15 14:24:07 EDT 2010

Minnow pointed out...
> It's just the Ancient Greeks.  They had a different set of standards from 
> ours.  Ulysses was the sort of person who would end up in court for fraud 
> these days, not lauded as a hero.

There's a book called "Pyramid Scheme" by Dave Freer and Eric Flint, in 
which the characters end up transported to the Odyssey...Odysseus is 
described as an extremely dodgy character; one other character thinks he'd 
make a great used car salesman; another reckons he's prime bank manager 

(It's available on the Baen Free Library if anyone wants to read it, btw.)

Until the sky falls on our heads...

Dorian E. Gray
dorianegray at gmail.com

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of 1.5mph."
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