Til some fvckhead burned the whole thing down.
@A pet named Steve, well at least all the info went into the cloud...
@A pet named Steve, Since they copied “all books”, burning the library down may have been done when they copied someone’s embarrassing private diary.
@A pet named Steve, you only learned about the greatest tragedy in history today?
@Gadget, no, I already knew it, why?
@A pet named Steve, you started your statement with TIL, which means "Today I Learned". But now I realize you were just saying til like until.
@Gadget, oh no lol, til as in (un-)Til. 'til. Ya know
@Gadget, is 'til' even a legitimate shortening big the word until in English?
@A pet named Steve, yeah it is, but mostly it's a spoken shortening. I hear people say 'til all the time, but it's rare that I see someone write anything besides "until"
@Gadget, I see. Thank you!
@A pet named Steve, in America we say til as 'until' all the time, even in text. I've never heard of TIL = today I learned. Must be the king's English.
@A pet named Steve, the importance of the library has been greatly exaggerated. The idea that so much knowledge and history was lost in flame is untrue. Every writing that existed in the library could be found somewhere else on earth, so it’s not like the documents were gone forever. It was just a place where you could get everything you needed in Alexandria rather than traveling all over the place. Over the course of the centuries, evidence shows that budget cuts were the real destructor. By the time it was destroyed it was already passed its prime and smaller than it was in its prime. Also I’m pretty sure that this is a picture of the Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the seven wonders. Not the library
@A pet named Steve, what if they were just changing like 50% of the facts un all the books, and now 2/3 of ancient history was made up by some bro from the year 1412
@A pet named Steve, Alexander the great was the one who burned it down if I remember correctly so the enemies of Rome could gain there knowledge
@CaptianMcKenderson, too soon
@A pet named Steve, it was set on fire by Julius caesar’s fleet when they attacked the port. Then about 400 years later the rest was destroyed by the christians.
@A pet named Steve, The human race will never forget this tragedy Caesar. Let's all stab him at the next meet.
Whether this is true or not, I'm gonna have sex with a coyote.
@JukeboxLab, you ok buddy? You're trying kinda hard on a few of these.
@ThePandaPool , I missed the weekly quota a lot of shjt happened, Mom was in a car accident had a shjtty school trip, and I had probably the most wonderful day of year yesterday my just trying to cram out some for my own piece of mind Sorry for the ramble
@JukeboxLab, Don't worry about it bud, this place has always been such a great community for each other you can let go here all you want
@JukeboxLab, from someone who's had a lot of loss recently, it always gets better. Keep forward momentum. Doesn't matter how much, just keep moving.
@JukeboxLab, Hell, I hope your mom is okay. Also, you can use the coyote after I'm done.
@JukeboxLab, well I mean it is true, but remember the tail allows for a power pull.
@JukeboxLab, is this loss?
@JukeboxLab, k den
That was pretty smart
That's neat and a bit unfair.