Regarding the relative historical accuracy of 300 - that yellow bastard

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March 9th, 2007


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2007.0309.0938::Regarding the relative historical accuracy of 300
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batnandu: btw, for the record, any story--movie, book, tv show, song--that's 100% historically accurate isn't a story, it's history
batnandu: which is why i like batman


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thepeopleseason::2007.03.09.03:25 pm
[User Picture]I was warning batnandu because he's something of an ancient history buff, and he really wanted to see the movie.

Some of the things adhere to the history. I just tend to think that Xerxes wasn't really an overly-pierced Goa'uld with an army of various mutant monsters with saws for arms and transvestite concubines.
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