In Debt and Out

argonaut – noun

[ahr-guh-nawt, -not]

1.   Classical Mythology. a member of the band of men who sailed to Colchis with Jason in the ship Argo in search of the                Golden Fleece.

2.   (sometimes lowercase) a person in quest of something dangerous but rewarding; adventurer.

3.   a person who moved to California during the gold rush of 1849

4.   (lowercase) paper nautilus

debt – noun


1.   an amount of money that you owe to a person, bank, company, etc.

2.   the state of owing money to someone or something

3.   the fact that you have been influenced or helped by someone or something — usually singular

4.   Theology. an offense requiring reparation; a sin; a trespass.

In Greek mythology, the tale of ‘Jason and the Argonauts‘, Jason is in debt to Medea, BIG TIME! Medea is in love with Jason, but I ask, is Jason in love with Medea so he can repay her or does foul play ensue? I guess we shall have to delve deeper into the mythology to find out.


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