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"Writing May Be Oldest in Western Hemisphere"

Big archaeological find in Mexico:

A stone slab bearing 3,000-year-old writing previously unknown to scholars has been found in the Mexican state of Veracruz, and archaeologists say it is an example of the oldest script ever discovered in the Western Hemisphere.

Not surprisingly, it's an addiction memoir involving a traumatic childhood and a dysfunctional middle-class family.

September 15, 2006 in Books | Permalink