Was this slippery snake the inspiration for todays S?
Originating in ancient Latvia, the Zalktis Snake sign bears similiar references to their Indo-European neighbours the Dacians, of the same era.
Some suggest it represents two intertwined spirals, similar to the DNA double helix and symbolizing hereditary code. Let's explore:
King Sultan has one of the largest and architecturally exquisite mosques in all of Egypt. If that's not cool enough, he could also be the earliest person repping the S...
A trailblazing artist who rose to fame during the culturally prolific times of 70's and 80's in NYC, where graffiti, rap, punk and breakin' were the newest forms of self expression. JMB told a social commentary thru his art which includes his 'Classic Graff of S' and many other coded symbols. Did he know something we didn't?
Satish is a cult hero. Between almost beating Jeopardy Champion Matthew Holzhauer, to speaking with the late great Alex Trebek about moustaches, Satish topped it all with his beautifully executed S thing on his name tag. We tracked him down and interviewed Satish on his time on the show
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