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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:10 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 23 ]
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hi boo *hugs back*


Alex says I have a filthy mind downer


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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:11 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 24 ]
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Hmmm: I do find this spitting-image like spoof of “Waaaazzzaaaaaaap!!!!” quite hilarious….:

“Anthraaaaaaaaaaaaaaax!!!!!!!”

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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:16 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 25 ]
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LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:00 PM
Boo - 29 September 2005 09:48 AM

LOL
Very like Time Team, only with more paint and less dirt.
And we don’t get away with saying ‘it was probably used for ritual purposes’ when we don’t know what something is…
wink

Ah, so you already had noted this golden rule of archaeological discourse…..

An hi honey, by the way *hugs*. And you too Deedidums


Have you noticed that the Norfolk guy, with the ginger hair and un-cut fingernails always, ALWAYS says the items are Neolithic, in his thick country burr.

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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:22 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 26 ]
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Mort - 29 September 2005 02:16 PM
LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:00 PM
Boo - 29 September 2005 09:48 AM

LOL
Very like Time Team, only with more paint and less dirt.
And we don’t get away with saying ‘it was probably used for ritual purposes’ when we don’t know what something is…
wink

Ah, so you already had noted this golden rule of archaeological discourse…..

An hi honey, by the way *hugs*. And you too Deedidums


Have you noticed that the Norfolk guy, with the ginger hair and un-cut fingernails always, ALWAYS says the items are Neolithic, in his thick country burr.

Probably because he is an expert in the Neolithic and that’s why he is given the task of commenting on neolithic artifacts…. The times I have been on radio or TV I tend to have said “these are Palaeolithic” as that is my specialization.

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J. Kruger & D. Dunning (1999), Unskilled and unaware of it: how difficulties in recognizing one’s own incompetence lead to inflated self-assessments. J Pers Soc Psychol. 77, 1121-1134

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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:29 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 27 ]
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Chuck - 29 September 2005 02:10 PM

hi boo *hugs back*


Alex says I have a filthy mind downer


LOL

The Alex spoke to you??????

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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:30 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 28 ]
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LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:22 PM
Mort - 29 September 2005 02:16 PM
LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:00 PM
Boo - 29 September 2005 09:48 AM

LOL
Very like Time Team, only with more paint and less dirt.
And we don’t get away with saying ‘it was probably used for ritual purposes’ when we don’t know what something is…
wink

Ah, so you already had noted this golden rule of archaeological discourse…..

An hi honey, by the way *hugs*. And you too Deedidums


Have you noticed that the Norfolk guy, with the ginger hair and un-cut fingernails always, ALWAYS says the items are Neolithic, in his thick country burr.

Probably because he is an expert in the Neolithic and that’s why he is given the task of commenting on neolithic artifacts…. The times I have been on radio or TV I tend to have said “these are Palaeolithic” as that is my specialization.

Have you not seen the show on our T.V? (Not sure if you guys get Ch 4 shows in Holland)

If you had you’d see that he does actually say it about EVERYTHING. He could pull out an old baked bean tin and say; “Well this looks almost Neolithic to me…”

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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:34 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 29 ]
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Mort - 29 September 2005 02:30 PM
LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:22 PM
Mort - 29 September 2005 02:16 PM
LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:00 PM
Boo - 29 September 2005 09:48 AM

LOL
Very like Time Team, only with more paint and less dirt.
And we don’t get away with saying ‘it was probably used for ritual purposes’ when we don’t know what something is…
wink

Ah, so you already had noted this golden rule of archaeological discourse…..

An hi honey, by the way *hugs*. And you too Deedidums


Have you noticed that the Norfolk guy, with the ginger hair and un-cut fingernails always, ALWAYS says the items are Neolithic, in his thick country burr.

Probably because he is an expert in the Neolithic and that’s why he is given the task of commenting on neolithic artifacts…. The times I have been on radio or TV I tend to have said “these are Palaeolithic” as that is my specialization.

Have you not seen the show on our T.V? (Not sure if you guys get Ch 4 shows in Holland)

If you had you’d see that he does actually say it about EVERYTHING. He could pull out an old baked bean tin and say; “Well this looks almost Neolithic to me…”


I have seen it one or two times and that is some time ago (I don’t have a TV since 3 years now).

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J. Kruger & D. Dunning (1999), Unskilled and unaware of it: how difficulties in recognizing one’s own incompetence lead to inflated self-assessments. J Pers Soc Psychol. 77, 1121-1134

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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:36 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 30 ]
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LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:34 PM
Mort - 29 September 2005 02:30 PM
LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:22 PM
Mort - 29 September 2005 02:16 PM
LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:00 PM
Boo - 29 September 2005 09:48 AM

LOL
Very like Time Team, only with more paint and less dirt.
And we don’t get away with saying ‘it was probably used for ritual purposes’ when we don’t know what something is…
wink

Ah, so you already had noted this golden rule of archaeological discourse…..

An hi honey, by the way *hugs*. And you too Deedidums


Have you noticed that the Norfolk guy, with the ginger hair and un-cut fingernails always, ALWAYS says the items are Neolithic, in his thick country burr.

Probably because he is an expert in the Neolithic and that’s why he is given the task of commenting on neolithic artifacts…. The times I have been on radio or TV I tend to have said “these are Palaeolithic” as that is my specialization.

Have you not seen the show on our T.V? (Not sure if you guys get Ch 4 shows in Holland)

If you had you’d see that he does actually say it about EVERYTHING. He could pull out an old baked bean tin and say; “Well this looks almost Neolithic to me…”


I have seen it one or two times and that is some time ago (I don’t have a TV since 3 years now).

That’s probably a good thing considering the rubbish that passes for entertainemnt nowadays.

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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:36 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 31 ]
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Today I proved I am the most clumsy person on this planet, by the way. I managed to wound myself during a lesson in relaxation exercises…

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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:36 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 32 ]
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Sir Stephen - 29 September 2005 02:29 PM

The Alex spoke to you??????

umm, not literally, he said that in the flirts for hire comments on the main page

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Posted: 29 September 2005 10:37 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 33 ]
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Mort - 29 September 2005 02:36 PM
LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:34 PM
Mort - 29 September 2005 02:30 PM
LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:22 PM
Mort - 29 September 2005 02:16 PM
LaMa - 29 September 2005 02:00 PM
Boo - 29 September 2005 09:48 AM

LOL
Very like Time Team, only with more paint and less dirt.
And we don’t get away with saying ‘it was probably used for ritual purposes’ when we don’t know what something is…
wink

Ah, so you already had noted this golden rule of archaeological discourse…..

An hi honey, by the way *hugs*. And you too Deedidums


Have you noticed that the Norfolk guy, with the ginger hair and un-cut fingernails always, ALWAYS says the items are Neolithic, in his thick country burr.

Probably because he is an expert in the Neolithic and that’s why he is given the task of commenting on neolithic artifacts…. The times I have been on radio or TV I tend to have said “these are Palaeolithic” as that is my specialization.

Have you not seen the show on our T.V? (Not sure if you guys get Ch 4 shows in Holland)

If you had you’d see that he does actually say it about EVERYTHING. He could pull out an old baked bean tin and say; “Well this looks almost Neolithic to me…”


I have seen it one or two times and that is some time ago (I don’t have a TV since 3 years now).

That’s probably a good thing considering the rubbish that passes for entertainemnt nowadays.

That’s exactly why I don’t miss a TV (I never have been much of a TV perrsoon anyway). I only miss it sometimes for the news. But then, there is internet for….

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J. Kruger & D. Dunning (1999), Unskilled and unaware of it: how difficulties in recognizing one’s own incompetence lead to inflated self-assessments. J Pers Soc Psychol. 77, 1121-1134

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