We are going to see the King Tut display today down at the AGO. We went years ago and were crushed in with thousands of others. Hopefully, it will be a little less congested. I did a bit of research to find that our dear Tut had a disability and walked with a cane. Apparently the fact that his mother was also his aunt and his father was also his uncle messed up the genes a bit, and probably severely concentrated the dysfunction in that family.
In the article that I read about Tut's disability they reported, and I'm not really sure why, that he had extremely 'well developed genitalia. Oh, my. Tut Tut as it were. This isn't something I needed to know and now it's something I can never NOT know. King Tut was apparently walked like an Egyptian for a reason.
Now I didn't write this about ol Tut to engage in coarse wonderings like, 'Do Mummies tuck left or tuck right?' No, I'm not I'm going there this time to see the exhibit and to see if the kids disability is mentioned at all in the text about the frail king. Will disability be edited out of the material or will it be front and center.
You can bet, if there are information person's there, I'll be asking the question. So what's your bet ... will he be a closet disabled mummy ... or will he ... be out. And will I be able to resist a peek to see if Mummy's Packing a Rod.