You spend your spare time writing interesting pieces about the Antonine
wall, Dunbarton Castle, etc. and then just for the fun you compose a few
humorous bits on pig flu and there's been more hits in one day than most
pages have ever had.
What does that tell you about archaeology?
Peter Twinn wrote:
> Slow day Mike :-)
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> Subject: [BRITARCH] A cure for pig flu?
> OK, not archaeology, but in the current gloom of economic recession,
> archaeological job losses and fears of pig flu, I thought you might like
> a bit of cheering up: