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Daily Mail - Guide to archaeology
#11
Can someone re-produce it here, please, so that we don't have to buy it on conscientious grounds, please?

'Mum!!! Can you get me the toilet roll, please!'

Noam Chomsky
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#12
Nowt wrong with the Daily Fascist. Its got words (but I dont really bother with them) and pictures (which are great for colouring in).

Is there such a thing as Fasc on line where the article might be reproduced?

Just give me a cold Becks
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#13
Quote:quote:Originally posted by Bier Keller

Nowt wrong with the Daily Fascist. Its got words (but I dont really bother with them) and pictures (which are great for colouring in).

Is there such a thing as Fasc on line where the article might be reproduced?

Just give me a cold Becks

Bite the bullet, pay the 50p and buy the offensive rag; the rest of us had to. The article is on message with the way things are at the moment and the quotes from BAJR Host are spot on.

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#14
I refuse to pay 50p to the proprieters of the Daily Lie.

Bier Keller, you should be ashamed of yourself. Did you find it on-line?

'Mum!!! Can you get me the toilet roll, please!'

Noam Chomsky
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#15
I couldn't find it on line. Couldn't bring myself to buy the Daily Mail either. :face-confused::face-confused::face-confused::face-confused:
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#16
As far as I can work out it doesn't appear in the online edition.

I stood in the foreign newspaper shop here in Oslo, took the Mail off the shelf read the article and then put it back. Norwegian shop assistants are too polite to tell you to sling your hook, unlike the average UK WH Smiths staff person

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#17
It's here ... just for you!

http://www.scribd.com/doc/7981632/DailyM...c6rjjlygfv

you will have to print it.. as er... its rotated




"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
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#18
It's actually quite reasonable - I have a copy somewhere of a similar article from several years ago from another paper; be interesting to compare advice and pay scales!

I do find the suggestion that studying history is not helpful, apart from ancient history, quite hilarious though when talking about working in the UK. Given that all the ancient history I ever learnt involved ancient Greeks, in Greece, it's never seemed very helpful while standing in a muddy field in the UK! Should have done Latin!
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#19
History graduate here...

do we really need more Romanists or prehistorians? Post 1500 is where it's at!
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#20
Since somebody asked... the reason why there are no archaeological jobs in The Guardian any more is that nobody wants to pay what the Grauniad charges for its job ads. I organised an advert back in 1993 and couldn't believe how much it cost then - can't imagine that the price has gone down since.
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