The Very First Philanthropist

May 4, 2007

PhilanthroTitan Prometheus created humans out of clay and felt sorry for them because they were cold and glum. He stole fire from the gods, hid it in a fennel stalk, carried it to the humans and taught them how to use it. Zeus punished Prometheus by chaining him to a mountain and sending tabloid reporters to chew his liver daily for 13 generations.

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3 Responses to “The Very First Philanthropist”

  1. Wikipedia knows no bounds. Thank you, Rene! –Laura

  2. Andy said

    Oh, and did not know about it. Thanks for the information …

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