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History Channel’s ‘Vikings’

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Anyone else think this shows a bit over done?

 

Every show, shows their all blood covered, hording messes of feeling less killers. :eek:

 

Fast forward a few 1,000 years in Minnesota their known for Hot dishes, bars and Lutefisk dinners at their Lutheran church's! What happened? I can see my Great Grandma Lillian welding a Krumkake iron, but not a two sided Axe! :(:lol:

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, LeslieBeasley said:

saw the commercial of this TV series on TV, but has not watched it yet

 

Hi LeslieBeasly Welcome to the forum. Bot time you showed up.  Try posting on some more current threads then from two years ago. :)

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Vewy active powster. ;)

 

Watch those back links.  I’ve suddenly been following a lot of posts without clicking follow.  I figure I’m already corrupted so no loss here. :D

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33 minutes ago, Wanderer said:

 

Vewy active powster. ;)

 

Watch those back links.  I’ve suddenly been following a lot of posts without clicking follow.  I figure I’m already corrupted so no loss here. :D

 

Yeah, you can love um long time Joe! :grin:

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