Sverissaga Proven Partly True

Sverissaga, the Saga of King Sverri of Norway, can be read here.

In the saga, a body is thrown down a particular well, to ruin the well. Inquisitive archaeologists dug to check whether a body truly was there, and a skeleton was indeed found.

If oil proves unprofitable for Norway, perhaps it can employ its young men in the testing of more sagas. I would also love to see a test of Heyerdahl’s reed ship, since Heyerdahl has been quite forgotten.

In other news, Norway built a wall to keep out migrants. Building walls is of course impossible, as Hillary’s supporters well know. It is believed the Norwegians discovered some dark pagan art to complete theirs.


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