Al&Sharon wrote:Troy the oldest profession is prostitution the second oldest thats my trade, bricky then you have water
Alan, two arguments against your theory.
1. history would tell you that the earliest example of bricklaying was for the aquaducts built by the romans. Now let see, before the brickies would have built them, surely the water engineers would have designed them.
2. How did the Brickies prepare their mortar if there was no water?
I am happy to discuss this further at our next gathering in February if you wish.
Of course this raises that other question. If the worlds oldest profession is truly the worlds oldest profession, who were their clients and where did they get the money from?