Buried with the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang, in 210–209 BCE.
Photo by By Maros M r a z (Maros) (Own work)
[GFDL, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC BY-SA 2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons
What's going on?
I don't know. Anybody know what's going on?
I think we're waiting for a movie.
Where did all the women go? Do you guys see any women over there?
There are no women over here. I haven't seen any for hundreds of years.
Man, at this rate I'll never get married.
No one's moving over here. I can't see what's going on? Why isn't anyone moving?
My feet hurt. This guy behind me keeps kicking me. I hate these traffic jams.
What a bunch of whiners! The light should change any century now.
I have to pee. Are there any restrooms over there?
No restrooms over here. Just don't drink so much water, you'll be okay.
Good thing I went before we left. I can last another 1,000 years, at least.
And a one, and a two and a......
Wait! What are we singing? I don't know what we're singing.
I'll start: "We're in the army now, we're not behind a plow...."
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