Sunday, July 24, 2011

Enough Of The World's Problems...

UPDATE:  Mark this one on your calendar, folks.

Shag an Archaeologist Day 2011
"‘Shag an Archaeologist Day 2011’ is an online project to help convince the general public to have sex with an archaeologist on July 23rd 2011. This date coincides with the Festival of British Archaeology, which runs from 16th – 31st July 2011.

Archaeologists taking part in the project will document their shag through photographs, videos and written blog posts. These will then be collected on the facebook page, which will provide a glimpse into the sex lives of people working in archaeology, from archaeological excavations to laboratories, universities, community archaeology groups, education services, museums and offices.

Remember: you don’t have to be a British archaeologist to get well and truly shagged (though it certainly helps!). ‘Shag an Archaeologist Day’ is open to everyone working or volunteering in any aspect of archaeology from anywhere in the world – and even those who used to be archaeologists but now have proper jobs."
Also known as digging up dirt. Leave it to the Brits to come up with something like this. I wonder if just having an interest in archaeology would be enough. ;-)

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...How about some really interesting stuff:

Big stuff.

And Little stuff.

Stuff I don't understand.

Doom and gloom stuff.

Really, really old stuff.

But, but, but - I thought there was a consensus stuff.

A different kind of ugly duckling stuff. (And to think they had banished poor old Pluto from the family a few years back.)

A few years ago, we almost went to war with Denmark over a pile of rocks in the Arctic, so why aren't we fighting over this one? This is far more interesting stuff than a pile of rocks.

And, last but not least, the big one that didn't get away.

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Blogger Bob Devine said...

I guess I am just a stogy old fart but... ‘Shag an Archaeologist Day 2011’ in my opinion is in very poor taste and an indication of how far our society had slid down that slippery slope everyone talks about.

July 24, 2011 4:28 pm  

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