there's the advert, the story in that. Then the reality, which is generally consensual, but it's got lots of different stories. Those usually add up to the truth.
When you've got history, quite often you've just got adverts. Don't believe the hype. The people of the time probably didn't believe said hype, and their opinions in all their banality were not fully recorded until the days of internetz 2.0 firefox time, post millennium.
Various recreational societies exist in universities, as they do in most large organisations. The book club. The smoking in the carpark club.
In the noughties a few people noticed that a Yale secret society club seemed to have a few too many people in positions of global power... could this be corruption? The name of that club is the skull & bones. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skull_%26_Bones It's quite likely that the… Continue
Added by bishopdante on July 10, 2010 at 4:17 —