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''I have a pet theory that Cain and Abel dates back to conflicts between hunters and herders, and Esau and Jacob between herders and farmers - with the contending tribes in each case being personified as brothers.'' Have you ever read ''Ishmael'' by Daniel Quinn? He brings up nearly that exact theory. If you haven't it's a damn good read, I highly recommend it. --[[User:PitchBlackMind|PitchBlackMind]] 00:46, 22 August 2009 (UTC)
 
''I have a pet theory that Cain and Abel dates back to conflicts between hunters and herders, and Esau and Jacob between herders and farmers - with the contending tribes in each case being personified as brothers.'' Have you ever read ''Ishmael'' by Daniel Quinn? He brings up nearly that exact theory. If you haven't it's a damn good read, I highly recommend it. --[[User:PitchBlackMind|PitchBlackMind]] 00:46, 22 August 2009 (UTC)
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:ooh, sound good! thanks mate! [[User:Totnesmartin|Totnesmartin]] 08:27, 22 August 2009 (UTC)

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My bad, sorry! SuperJosh 13:00, 20 August 2009 (UTC)

Not your bad, it's the bad of whoever invented mediawiki. Totnesmartin 13:01, 20 August 2009 (UTC)

Ishmael

I have a pet theory that Cain and Abel dates back to conflicts between hunters and herders, and Esau and Jacob between herders and farmers - with the contending tribes in each case being personified as brothers. Have you ever read Ishmael by Daniel Quinn? He brings up nearly that exact theory. If you haven't it's a damn good read, I highly recommend it. --PitchBlackMind 00:46, 22 August 2009 (UTC)

ooh, sound good! thanks mate! Totnesmartin 08:27, 22 August 2009 (UTC)