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At 2:37am on December 18, 2008, Dustin Sanders said…
Dr. Meaden, I must say I was thrilled to stumble across your profile. It’s been a dream of mine to be a medieval archaeologist and study at Oxford ever since I was seven. While I’ve been getting closer to becoming an archaeologist, I doubt I’ll be able to study at Oxford, being a yank and all and not the valedictorian of my class. In the meanwhile I’m almost done getting my B.A. in European history; I’ve taken a field school in historical archaeology, two archaeology internships, and am taking French, German, and Latin courses. If I am lucky, I’ll find a study abroad medieval archaeology program for next summer or my senior year. Anything else you might suggest? And is there a specific concentration within archaeology that you focus on?
--Dustin
At 12:43pm on December 16, 2008, Ida said…
Thank you :D
At 12:18pm on December 16, 2008, Douglas Christensen said…
You sir are awesome. Thanks for the welcome and invite.
At 11:46am on December 16, 2008, Machner, Dieter R. said…
Hello Dr. Terence Meaden , Thank You for the welcome , i am glad to find this page , my englisch is so bad , i must learn more the next month , allways i was a freethinker, humanist & Skeptic , before 1989 in GDR and now to , let's see what there comming .
At 7:13am on December 16, 2008, wafi said…
thanks Dr. Terence for the nice Comments ...
have nice day
At 6:22am on December 16, 2008, Hecton P. Domingos said…
Thanks!!!
At 3:18am on December 16, 2008, Hecton P. Domingos said…
Good morning, UK!!!
another friend of Brazil...
me add there...
At 12:12pm on December 15, 2008, Terrell Garrett said…
Thanks for the welcome.
At 12:11pm on December 15, 2008, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
We wish you well, Andrea, with your desired career in and following vetinerary medical school.
Yes, there are good scientists on Nexus, and absolutely everybody on Nexus has a high level of commonsense. That's what it takes to be an atheist: deep commonsense.
At 11:51am on December 15, 2008, Andrea said…
Thanks for the add and the group invite! It's good to see so many scientists on here...

I'd rather use medicine to benefit the health of animals in my future career than some silly mumbo jumbo. :)
At 6:18am on December 14, 2008, Dave P said…
Cheers! I'm hunting for an 'Introduce Yourself' thread but to no avail.
At 12:38pm on December 13, 2008, Jeff said…
Thanks. I'm still getting used to the site. I'm not sure how to use it. But I'll figure it out eventually.
At 5:47pm on December 12, 2008, Richard Mankiewicz said…
Hi, thanks for the comment. I read physics at St Catz some years ago :-)
And I never believed a word of my Catholic upbringing from since I can recall - and this must be some achievement as I lived in Rome right next to the Vatican. But my grandfather was a devout communist who hated priests, so I guess there was a balance. Sundays were devoted to black and white movies in the local cinema, rather like the film Cinema Paradiso. By he age of about 8 I'd invented my own meditations... but that's another story :-D
At 9:49pm on December 11, 2008, Richard Sherrod said…
Thanks for inviting me.
At 3:42pm on December 11, 2008, Trey said…
Thanks! I really look forward to talking to people just like you. Oxford. Wow how long have you been teaching there?
At 9:46am on December 10, 2008, Dustin Gibbs said…
Thank You, finding like minded people is easily the most refreshing thing for me.
At 8:53am on December 9, 2008, Clive Tooth said…
Hmmm... Dr Menace Entered, why do you want me to be your friend?
At 3:31am on December 9, 2008, Rick said…
Howdy from Texas. Thank you for the greetings and welcome. I'm a graduate of Texas A&M University, located in College Station, Texas. I received my degree in History and minored in Business. I was fortunate in that with an undergraduate degree in History you essentially choose half the classes yourself to receive your degree.
I took a variety of classes. From science to engineering. I even saw Mrs O'Hare speak once. I had heard she was a colorful speaker and it was true. She was also very well educated. I honestly believe that she spoke that way just to get the "other side" all up in arms. If that was the case, it worked.
But I also realized that, "in the tween the two shall never meet." At least not in our lifetime.
At 4:29pm on December 4, 2008, Oisin said…
Hello
At 3:57pm on December 2, 2008, Jeff Craft said…
My wife is the same way - if she's in a shop and the total comes to $6.66. she will buy something else. Poor little Nazarene.

Me - I shoot for that total.

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