It is not even Friday yet, and Britarch is going to the dogs. Perhaps it is a trend along with financial houses.
On the subject of recession, the last time the UK hit one back in the late 80s/early 90s it had an impact on the archaeological world, will this happen again?
--- On Thu, 18/9/08, Gill Alderman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
From: Gill Alderman <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Dog's periods
To: [log in to unmask]
Date: Thursday, 18 September, 2008, 9:35 AM
After a quick Google I found hygiene pads for bitches at twenga.co.uk
and various pants and dresses at mysevendogs.com.
But the main discussion on menstruation in antiquity and history is
fascinating. Folklore websites and books may have information on this.
On 18 Sep 2008, at 08:30, Marcus Smith wrote:
> Caroline Tully wrote:
>> I think dogs only have a period for one day. Yes, dogs will soon
>> have to
>> wear menstrual pads, and hey, what about some underpants too!
>>>> Perhaps modern women over-estimate the amount of red because
>> constant hammering by advertisers and if you think about it
>> bitches produce
>> the red just as any other mammal, and I've yet to see a dog
>> menstrual pad (but I'm sure it will come!)<<
> Dogs do not menstruate; they have an oestrous cycle instead.
> Marcus Smith
> Information Officer
> The Council for British Archaeology