MM Lecture for Sunday 29th January

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MM Lecture for Sunday 29th January

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This weeks lecture will be by Paula Veiga on "What science and history can learn from human remains"
Paula is currently working on the Tomb of Harwa.


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But when will we get the one on the dewatering project?
I might agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong!
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Stan you sound like a cracked record! You have not attended any of the lectures so far this season. Short term mission visits will obviously have priority over someone who is here year round.
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Bet he would if I had the Stella concession, mind you so would I, 'as-long as ze french don talk about old tings de have found ina beeg hol [sic]
Talk about something interesting for a change my local farmers find more interesting stuff everyday......8)
They dug this up last week amongst the cabbage patch.......
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My suspicion is that the dewatering lecture was postponed indefinitely after someone here started talking about cracks in walls.

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Glyphdoctor wrote:My suspicion is that the dewatering lecture was postponed indefinitely after someone here started talking about cracks in walls.
Strange you should say that Glyph, I was at a certain establishment here in London the other day, and would you believe it, the very subject was brought up in a general discussion, cracks and all. Yours trully said nothing, I thought it would be the best thing, to keep it that way......... :roll:

P.S.- Any one got an idea how much USAID pay towards that litle exercise.

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BBLUX wrote:Stan you sound like a cracked record! You have not attended any of the lectures so far this season. Short term mission visits will obviously have priority over someone who is here year round.
Now,now BB we all try to be nice to each on in this section. I suppose gone are the days when we all just turned up, greatful there was a lecture, and simply hoped that it would not be in French.

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A-Four wrote:
BBLUX wrote:Stan you sound like a cracked record! You have not attended any of the lectures so far this season. Short term mission visits will obviously have priority over someone who is here year round.
Now,now BB we all try to be nice to each on in this section. I suppose gone are the days when we all just turned up, greatful there was a lecture, and simply hoped that it would not be in French.
Que ? Volue-vue parlevous les Frances tres bien ?
Oh, mon dieu ! Tu es sérieux ?
C'est le cas, la plume du ma tant?...........

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Oh! So you speak French, do You?
My God! 'are you serious ?
If So ? Where's my Aunts bleeding pen ?

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Post by Brian Yare »

Some of the Italian was hard to decipher, but the 4 lectures that I attended this winter were all interesting in different ways.

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A bleeding pen - is that one that writes in blood?

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