"We can't use deduction to prove SoT was created as a hoax. We can use it to ably demonstrate it was created 1260-1390, that it is not what it is claimed to be. There's also more anecdotal evidence from that same period that it was created as a hoax, or a simulacrum, a fundraising appurtenance. Induction then leads us forward, what is not proved, but reasonable. Relics by then had had a long standing as objects of veneration and were (are) purported to hold healing powers. They were then often "discovered" or "uncovered" 1000+ years after the fact. (It's a natural inclination, even to want to hold onto a fountain pen your great grandfather used, as a physical embodiment of a link to the past. We still buy antiqued copies of the Declaration of Independence.) Memento mori were also created, and as a particularly Christian phenomenon, during that period, as honorifics and reminders of eventual bodily death and where it fits in the Christian ontology."
The class burst out laughing. She just stood there, more embarrassed than she ever had been before. She stood there, vulnerable in her white cotton panties teavher a small wet spot in the middle.
She quickly pulled up her shorts and gave the jock an evil glare. Bam. She socked him right in the side of his head, which caused him to fall to the ground.
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