Goliath flooded with Memories

When I see this here on the dad blast internet, Goliath get very very melancholicky.    Goliath spend some very lovely winter days in Heraklion (correct spelling) back in the day…when Goliath see this here he get sad.   Back in the day,  this here was quite the lively place.  They sold Greek wine in the harbor bars….very good except for the piney tang.  There was a lovely gal there,  Name of Hepata,  her daddy was a flax merchant.

Goliath told those dummies to build sea walls…but …nobody listen to Goliath. They wanted only one thing from Goliath,  to be warrior and train some dad blasted city militia.   Ok…pay was ok and the times was tough   But Goliath remembers very very well looking at the moon under this here statute…and  listening to Hepata’s dreams.

Story here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/29/heracleion-photos-lost-egyptian-city_n_3178208.html#slide=2390625

3 comments for “Goliath flooded with Memories

  1. April 30, 2013 at 4:19 pm

    “So far, 64 ancient shipwrecks and more than 700 anchors have been unearthed from the mud of the bay…” So cool.

  2. Brian Coffman
    April 30, 2013 at 6:05 pm

    If Goliath had developed the plan to blow up The Kennedy Bridge and route the river through New Albany at that point in time I am sure they would have listened. That plan is genius. Sea Walls just sound boring.

    That is a cool archeological story though. Fascinating stuff.

  3. 'Hood
    May 1, 2013 at 3:37 am

Tell 'em how you really feel