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I vote for Ames' version - if you look at the Latin roots of the word "history," it becomes obvious that "history"/"his story" is a linguistic coincidence. -Sevenstring

Thanks for the support! Two other things, though - first advice. To add your sig, use ~~~~, so you don't have to type your name every time, and you can have a gaudy signature like mine. Second, my first name is "Ames" last name begins "G," but your mistake is very understandable. Many people are confused by my name. Sigh... -AmesGyo! 01:07, 28 March 2007 (EDT)

That "His Story" idea is pretty funny - but entirely wrong, I'm afraid. History is originally from Greek historein, which as I recall means to investigate or inquire. Anyway, I've taken the liberty of adding some more stuff here. It's just what I could think of at the moment, so it's pretty rough, but maybe a starting point for further additions down the line. AKjeldsen 20:51, 29 March 2007 (EDT)

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RJJensen 16:23, 26 April 2009 (EDT)