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Tom Nook: “please dont get blackout drunk in my store”

babylonian: Tom Nook: “please dont get blackout drunk in my store”

Babylonian: o the Ningal ssful trading rsian Gulf Complaint about delivery of the wrong grade of copper About 1750 BC (Old Babylonian period) from Ur ME 131236 ian period) peter-pantomime: comparativelysuperlative: prokopetz: thesparkofrevolution: blacktyranitar: thesparkofrevolution: jakovu: dama3: tastefullyoffensive: Babylonian era problems. (photo via tbc34) old school hate mail Imagine how pissed you have to be to engrave a rock Ok but there was this guy called Ea-nasir who was a total crook and would actually cheat people ought of good copper and sell them shit instead. The amount of correspondences complaining to and about this guy are HILARIOUS. Are you telling me we know about a specific guy who lived 5000 years ago, by name, because he was a huge asshole More like 4000 years ago but yes. Ea-nasir and his dodgy business deals. And we haven’t even touched on the true hilarity of the situation yet. Consider two additional facts: He wasn’t just into copper trading. There are letters complaining about Ea-nasir’s business practices with respect to everything from kitchenwares to real estate speculation to second-hand clothing. The guy was everywhere. The majority of the surviving correspondences regarding Ea-nasir were recovered from one particular room in a building that is believed to have been Ea-nasir’s own house. Like, these are clay tablets. They’re bulky, fragile, and difficult to store. They typically weren’t kept long-term unless they contained financial records or other vital information (which is why we have huge reams of financial data about ancient Babylon in spite of how little we know about the actual culture: most of the surviving tablets are commercial inventories, bills of sale, etc.). But this guy, this Ea-nasir, he kept all of his angry letters - hundreds of them - and meticulously filed and preserved them in a dedicated room in his house. What kind of guy does that? [ source ] Okay, but imagine from the other guy’s point of view. You send angry letters about how Ea-nasir shipped you half a ton of subpar copper, and then 3800 years later— History: you are without a doubt the worst business man ive ever heard of Ea-nasir:
Babylonian: o the Ningal
 ssful trading
 rsian Gulf
 Complaint about delivery
 of the wrong grade of copper
 About 1750 BC (Old Babylonian
 period) from Ur
 ME 131236
 ian period)
peter-pantomime:
comparativelysuperlative:

prokopetz:

thesparkofrevolution:


blacktyranitar:

thesparkofrevolution:

jakovu:

dama3:

tastefullyoffensive:
Babylonian era problems. (photo via tbc34)
old school hate mail


Imagine how pissed you have to be to engrave a rock


Ok but there was this guy called Ea-nasir who was a total crook and would actually cheat people ought of good copper and sell them shit instead. The amount of correspondences complaining to and about this guy are HILARIOUS.


Are you telling me we know about a specific guy who lived 5000 years ago, by name, because he was a huge asshole


More like 4000 years ago but yes. Ea-nasir and his dodgy business deals.


And we haven’t even touched on the true hilarity of the situation yet. Consider two additional facts:
He wasn’t just into copper trading. There are letters complaining about Ea-nasir’s business practices with respect to everything from kitchenwares to real estate speculation to second-hand clothing. The guy was everywhere.
The majority of the surviving correspondences regarding Ea-nasir were recovered from one particular room in a building that is believed to have been Ea-nasir’s own house.
Like, these are clay tablets. They’re bulky, fragile, and difficult to store. They typically weren’t kept long-term unless they contained financial records or other vital information (which is why we have huge reams of financial data about ancient Babylon in spite of how little we know about the actual culture: most of the surviving tablets are commercial inventories, bills of sale, etc.).
But this guy, this Ea-nasir, he kept all of his angry letters - hundreds of them - and meticulously filed and preserved them in a dedicated room in his house. What kind of guy does that?
[ source ]

Okay, but imagine from the other guy’s point of view. You send angry letters about how Ea-nasir shipped you half a ton of subpar copper, and then 3800 years later—


History: you are without a doubt the worst business man ive ever heard of
Ea-nasir:

peter-pantomime: comparativelysuperlative: prokopetz: thesparkofrevolution: blacktyranitar: thesparkofrevolution: jakovu: dama3:...

Babylonian: babylonian: weloveshortvideos: Guillotine vs a spray paint can. this caption is so deceptive, this video is so much more than that
Babylonian: babylonian:

weloveshortvideos:
Guillotine vs a spray paint can.
this caption is so deceptive, this video is so much more than that

babylonian: weloveshortvideos: Guillotine vs a spray paint can. this caption is so deceptive, this video is so much more than that

Babylonian: babylonian: aerostarmonk: One time Matt Damon guest starred on Arthur and he looked horrifying. “so should we draw Matt as a human or as an aardvark?” “yes”
Babylonian: babylonian:
aerostarmonk:

One time Matt Damon guest starred on Arthur and he looked horrifying.

“so should we draw Matt as a human or as an aardvark?”
“yes”

babylonian: aerostarmonk: One time Matt Damon guest starred on Arthur and he looked horrifying. “so should we draw Matt as a human or a...

Babylonian: sadboi-syd Complaint about delivery of the wrong grade of copper About 1750 BC (Old Babylonian period). from Ur ME 33123 the Ningal ssful trading Gulf o sian an period) to tastefullvoffensive Babylonian era problems. (photo via tbc34) dama3 old school hate mail jakovu Imagine how pissed you have to be to engrave a rock thesparkofrevolution Ok but there was this guy called Ea-nasir who was a total crook and would actually cheat people ought of good copper and sell them shit instead The amount of correspondences complaining to and about this guy are HILARIOUS blacktyranitar Are you telling me we know about a specific guy who lived 5000 years ago, by name, because he was a huge asshole thesparkofrevolution More like 4000 years ago but yes. Ea-nasir and his dodgy business deals prokopetz And we haven't even touched on the true hilarity of the situation yet. Consider two additional facts He wasn't just into copper trading. There are letters complaining about Ea-nasir's business practices with respect to everything from kitchenwares to real estate speculation to second-hand clothing. The guy was everywhere The majority of the surviving correspondences regarding Ea- nasir were recovered from one particular room in a building that is believed to have been Ea-nasir's own house Like, these are clay tablets. They're bulky, fragile, and difficult to store. They typically weren't kept long-term unless they contained financial records or other vital information (which is why we have huge reams of financial data about ancient Babylon in spite of how little we know about the actual culture: most of the surviving tablets are commercial inventories, bills of sale, etc.) But this guy, this Ea-nasir, he kept all of his angry letters hundreds of them - and meticulously filed and preserved them in a dedicated room in his house. What kind of guy does that? Tumblr discusses the Complaint tablet to Ea-nasir
Babylonian: sadboi-syd
 Complaint about delivery
 of the wrong grade of copper
 About 1750 BC (Old Babylonian
 period). from Ur
 ME 33123
 the Ningal
 ssful trading
 Gulf
 o
 sian
 an period)
 to
 tastefullvoffensive
 Babylonian era problems. (photo via tbc34)
 dama3
 old school hate mail
 jakovu
 Imagine how pissed you have to be to engrave a rock
 thesparkofrevolution
 Ok but there was this guy called Ea-nasir who was a total crook and
 would actually cheat people ought of good copper and sell them shit
 instead
 The amount of correspondences complaining to and about this guy are
 HILARIOUS
 blacktyranitar
 Are you telling me we know about a specific guy who lived 5000 years
 ago, by name, because he was a huge asshole
 thesparkofrevolution
 More like 4000 years ago but yes. Ea-nasir and his dodgy business
 deals
 prokopetz
 And we haven't even touched on the true hilarity of the situation yet.
 Consider two additional facts
 He wasn't just into copper trading. There are letters complaining
 about Ea-nasir's business practices with respect to everything
 from kitchenwares to real estate speculation to second-hand
 clothing. The guy was everywhere
 The majority of the surviving correspondences regarding Ea-
 nasir were recovered from one particular room in a building that
 is believed to have been Ea-nasir's own house
 Like, these are clay tablets. They're bulky, fragile, and difficult to store.
 They typically weren't kept long-term unless they contained financial
 records or other vital information (which is why we have huge reams of
 financial data about ancient Babylon in spite of how little we know about
 the actual culture: most of the surviving tablets are commercial
 inventories, bills of sale, etc.)
 But this guy, this Ea-nasir, he kept all of his angry letters hundreds of
 them - and meticulously filed and preserved them in a dedicated room
 in his house. What kind of guy does that?
Tumblr discusses the Complaint tablet to Ea-nasir

Tumblr discusses the Complaint tablet to Ea-nasir

Babylonian: o the Ningal ssful trading rsian Gulf Complaint about delivery of the wrong grade of copper About 1750 BC (Old Babylonian period) from Ur ME 131236 ian period) tatterdemalionamberite: peter-pantomime: comparativelysuperlative: prokopetz: thesparkofrevolution: blacktyranitar: thesparkofrevolution: jakovu: dama3: tastefullyoffensive: Babylonian era problems. (photo via tbc34) old school hate mail Imagine how pissed you have to be to engrave a rock Ok but there was this guy called Ea-nasir who was a total crook and would actually cheat people ought of good copper and sell them shit instead. The amount of correspondences complaining to and about this guy are HILARIOUS. Are you telling me we know about a specific guy who lived 5000 years ago, by name, because he was a huge asshole More like 4000 years ago but yes. Ea-nasir and his dodgy business deals. And we haven’t even touched on the true hilarity of the situation yet. Consider two additional facts: He wasn’t just into copper trading. There are letters complaining about Ea-nasir’s business practices with respect to everything from kitchenwares to real estate speculation to second-hand clothing. The guy was everywhere. The majority of the surviving correspondences regarding Ea-nasir were recovered from one particular room in a building that is believed to have been Ea-nasir’s own house. Like, these are clay tablets. They’re bulky, fragile, and difficult to store. They typically weren’t kept long-term unless they contained financial records or other vital information (which is why we have huge reams of financial data about ancient Babylon in spite of how little we know about the actual culture: most of the surviving tablets are commercial inventories, bills of sale, etc.). But this guy, this Ea-nasir, he kept all of his angry letters - hundreds of them - and meticulously filed and preserved them in a dedicated room in his house. What kind of guy does that? [ source ] Okay, but imagine from the other guy’s point of view. You send angry letters about how Ea-nasir shipped you half a ton of subpar copper, and then 3800 years later— History: you are without a doubt the worst business man ive ever heard of Ea-nasir: @binghsien
Babylonian: o the Ningal
 ssful trading
 rsian Gulf
 Complaint about delivery
 of the wrong grade of copper
 About 1750 BC (Old Babylonian
 period) from Ur
 ME 131236
 ian period)
tatterdemalionamberite:

peter-pantomime:

comparativelysuperlative:

prokopetz:

thesparkofrevolution:


blacktyranitar:

thesparkofrevolution:

jakovu:

dama3:

tastefullyoffensive:
Babylonian era problems. (photo via tbc34)
old school hate mail


Imagine how pissed you have to be to engrave a rock


Ok but there was this guy called Ea-nasir who was a total crook and would actually cheat people ought of good copper and sell them shit instead. The amount of correspondences complaining to and about this guy are HILARIOUS.


Are you telling me we know about a specific guy who lived 5000 years ago, by name, because he was a huge asshole


More like 4000 years ago but yes. Ea-nasir and his dodgy business deals.


And we haven’t even touched on the true hilarity of the situation yet. Consider two additional facts:
He wasn’t just into copper trading. There are letters complaining about Ea-nasir’s business practices with respect to everything from kitchenwares to real estate speculation to second-hand clothing. The guy was everywhere.
The majority of the surviving correspondences regarding Ea-nasir were recovered from one particular room in a building that is believed to have been Ea-nasir’s own house.
Like, these are clay tablets. They’re bulky, fragile, and difficult to store. They typically weren’t kept long-term unless they contained financial records or other vital information (which is why we have huge reams of financial data about ancient Babylon in spite of how little we know about the actual culture: most of the surviving tablets are commercial inventories, bills of sale, etc.).
But this guy, this Ea-nasir, he kept all of his angry letters - hundreds of them - and meticulously filed and preserved them in a dedicated room in his house. What kind of guy does that?
[ source ]

Okay, but imagine from the other guy’s point of view. You send angry letters about how Ea-nasir shipped you half a ton of subpar copper, and then 3800 years later—


History: you are without a doubt the worst business man ive ever heard of
Ea-nasir: 

@binghsien

tatterdemalionamberite: peter-pantomime: comparativelysuperlative: prokopetz: thesparkofrevolution: blacktyranitar: thesparkofrevo...

Babylonian: sadboi-syd the Ningal ssful trading Gulf Complaint about delivery of the wrong grade of copper About 1750 BC (Old Babylonian period). from Ur ME 131236 o sian an period) to tastefullyoffensive Babylonian era problems. (photo via tbc34) dama3 old school hate mail jakovu Imagine how pissed you have to be to engrave a rock thesparkofrevolution Ok but there was this guy called Ea-nasir who was a total crook and would actually cheat people ought of good copper and sell them shit instead The amount of correspondences complaining to and about this guy are HILARIOUSS blacktyranitar Are you telling me we know about a specific guy who lived 5000 years ago, by name, because he was a huge asshole thesparkofrevolution More like 4000 years ago but yes. Ea-nasir and his dodgy business deals prokopetz And we haven't even touched on the true hilarity of the situation yet. Consider two additional facts He wasn't just into copper trading. There are letters complaining about Ea-nasir's business practices with respect to everything from kitchenwares to real estate speculation to second-hand clothing. The guy was everywhere The majority of the surviving correspondences regarding Ea- nasir were recovered from one particular room in a building that is believed to have been Ea-nasir's own house Like, these are clay tablets. They're bulky, fragile, and difficult to store. They typically weren't kept long-term unless they contained financial records or other vital information (which is why we have huge reams of financial data about ancient Babylon in spite of how little we know about the actual culture: most of the surviving tablets are commercial inventories, bills of sale, etc.) Sale, etc.), mingtbes re comve of his angry letters- hundreds of But this guy, this Ea-nasir, he kept all them - and meticulously filed and preserved them in a dedicated room in his house. What kind of guy does that? Ancient Businesses Complaints
Babylonian: sadboi-syd
 the Ningal
 ssful trading
 Gulf
 Complaint about delivery
 of the wrong grade of copper
 About 1750 BC (Old Babylonian
 period). from Ur
 ME 131236
 o
 sian
 an period)
 to
 tastefullyoffensive
 Babylonian era problems. (photo via tbc34)
 dama3
 old school hate mail
 jakovu
 Imagine how pissed you have to be to engrave a rock
 thesparkofrevolution
 Ok but there was this guy called Ea-nasir who was a total crook and
 would actually cheat people ought of good copper and sell them shit
 instead
 The amount of correspondences complaining to and about this guy are
 HILARIOUSS
 blacktyranitar
 Are you telling me we know about a specific guy who lived 5000 years
 ago, by name, because he was a huge asshole
 thesparkofrevolution
 More like 4000 years ago but yes. Ea-nasir and his dodgy business
 deals
 prokopetz
 And we haven't even touched on the true hilarity of the situation yet.
 Consider two additional facts
 He wasn't just into copper trading. There are letters complaining
 about Ea-nasir's business practices with respect to everything
 from kitchenwares to real estate speculation to second-hand
 clothing. The guy was everywhere
 The majority of the surviving correspondences regarding Ea-
 nasir were recovered from one particular room in a building that
 is believed to have been Ea-nasir's own house
 Like, these are clay tablets. They're bulky, fragile, and difficult to store.
 They typically weren't kept long-term unless they contained financial
 records or other vital information (which is why we have huge reams of
 financial data about ancient Babylon in spite of how little we know about
 the actual culture: most of the surviving tablets are commercial
 inventories, bills of sale, etc.)
 Sale, etc.), mingtbes re comve
 of his angry letters- hundreds of
 But this guy, this Ea-nasir, he kept all
 them - and meticulously filed and preserved them in a dedicated room
 in his house. What kind of guy does that?
Ancient Businesses Complaints

Ancient Businesses Complaints

Babylonian: babylonian:was she teleported there
Babylonian: babylonian:was she teleported there

babylonian:was she teleported there

Babylonian: HAPPY ISHTAR 4biddenknowledg DONT EAT THE EGGS Easter was originally the celebration of Ishtar, the Assyrian and Babylonian goddess of fertility and sex. Ancient Egyptians ( KHEM) believed in a primeval egg from which the sun god hatched. Alternatively, the sun was sometimes discussed as an egg itself, laid daily by the celestial goose, Seb, the god of the earth. Hinduism makes a connection between the content of the egg and the structure of the universe: for example, the shell represents the heavens, the white the air, and the yolk the earth. The Chandogya. Upanishads describes the act of creation in terms of the breaking of an egg. In the Zoroastrian religion, the creation myth tells of an ongoing struggle between the principles of good and evil. During a lengthy truce of several thousand years, evil hurls himself into an abyss and good lays an egg, which represents the universe with the earth suspended from the vault of the sky at the midway point between where good and evil reside. In China, there are several legends that hold a cosmic egg at their center, including the idea that the first being or certain people were born of eggs. For example, the Palangs trace their ancestry to a Naga princess who laid three eggs. The cosmic egg, according to the Vedic writings, has a spirit living within it which will be born, die, and be born yet again. Certain versions of the complicated Hindu mythology describe Prajapati as forming the egg and then appearing out of it himself. Brahma does likewise, and we find parallels in the ancient legends of Thoth and Ra. All of these doctrines are thousands of years before the Bible. 4biddenknowledge
Babylonian: HAPPY ISHTAR
 4biddenknowledg
 DONT EAT THE EGGS
Easter was originally the celebration of Ishtar, the Assyrian and Babylonian goddess of fertility and sex. Ancient Egyptians ( KHEM) believed in a primeval egg from which the sun god hatched. Alternatively, the sun was sometimes discussed as an egg itself, laid daily by the celestial goose, Seb, the god of the earth. Hinduism makes a connection between the content of the egg and the structure of the universe: for example, the shell represents the heavens, the white the air, and the yolk the earth. The Chandogya. Upanishads describes the act of creation in terms of the breaking of an egg. In the Zoroastrian religion, the creation myth tells of an ongoing struggle between the principles of good and evil. During a lengthy truce of several thousand years, evil hurls himself into an abyss and good lays an egg, which represents the universe with the earth suspended from the vault of the sky at the midway point between where good and evil reside. In China, there are several legends that hold a cosmic egg at their center, including the idea that the first being or certain people were born of eggs. For example, the Palangs trace their ancestry to a Naga princess who laid three eggs. The cosmic egg, according to the Vedic writings, has a spirit living within it which will be born, die, and be born yet again. Certain versions of the complicated Hindu mythology describe Prajapati as forming the egg and then appearing out of it himself. Brahma does likewise, and we find parallels in the ancient legends of Thoth and Ra. All of these doctrines are thousands of years before the Bible. 4biddenknowledge

Easter was originally the celebration of Ishtar, the Assyrian and Babylonian goddess of fertility and sex. Ancient Egyptians ( KHEM) beli...