On Mon, 17 Jul 2006 20:59:02 +0100, BAJRWebsite.ORG <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>sorry to go on, but Nigel will only answer this question unless I put it
>YES or NO - the game you are so offended by is not JUST about detecting?
Well, to be fair, I also attached that condition to the off-list attack
which you made on Heritage Action. I trust, in all fairness, you will paste
that here too, verbatim.
As to the "game", yes the presentation isn't just about detecting but just
why you're so keen to establish that i don't know since, given the choice
between the charms of fieldwalking, GPS surveying, excavation and metal
detecting the vast majority of kids will opt for the latter. "Presenting it
in context" alongside other less exciting, less shiny, less available
aspects of archaeological investigation will count for nothing amongst most
kids. IMO. Am I allowed to have my opinion now? or must i be asked again?
Why not ask Steve if any of his sales have arisen due to PAS's classroom
resource, and if so does he know where they are now and who is holding them
and whether they are all marking their find spots and reporting to PAS?