Who Really Won? #MythologyMonday

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Okay, maybe this isn’t exactly appropriate for Mythology Monday, but these guys helped me get into mythology as a kid.

I love mythology.

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My Favorite Painting with a Twist. Well, Maybe More Than One Twist. #MythologyMonday #art

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As I’ve pointed out, despite not being a fan of paintings, I actually have a favorite one. Here’s yet another variation care of Balloons in Bold. They don’t have a Twitter presence, but their Instagram page can be found here.

It’s still kind of gross.

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Paris Sucks @CSMFHT #MythologyMonday

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Here’s another Twitter handle to consider following on Mythology Monday:

A decent amount of their posts are related to mythology. They even know who to join to create the right mashups.

I love mythology.

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Elli in the MCU? @ChrisHemsworth @TaikaWaititi @MarvelStudios #MythologyMonday #MCU

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I found this image on Facebook. I have no idea who the author is.

The person that posted it suggested that Bette White play Old Age. Wouldn’t that be something? Who else in her demographic could pull off that comedic scene?

Actually, I believe “Elli” is the correct spelling.

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Mythology and Fiction Explained @MythsExplained #MythologyMonday

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As I said last week, I’m going to start doing mythology posts on Mondays for Mythology Monday, which is a new thing to me. Or at least, I’m going to try. Today, I’m pointing you to a YouTube channel I like, Mythology & Fiction Explained. This guy does his research right down to justifying his pronunciations. As the name suggests, he also goes beyond folklore and mythology, covering literature such as the Cthulhu stories of H.P. Lovecraft. If you’re into any of that, you’ll probably find some of what you want at that channel.

One word of warning. I have YouTube premium, so I don’t get commercials when I watch it. However, it appears that the channel was demonetized. That wouldn’t surprise me because the speaker will occasionally (though rarely) make a gratuitous political statement. You may not agree with his statement, and I know political disagreement often turns people away from speakers regardless of the actual topic of conversation.

I had no idea that the Harpies were feminists.

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