Saturday, September 12, 2015

Has Bonnie & Clyde History Ever Heard An "Esscuse" More In Question??

Oh, lots of Internet comment-- concerning the explanation used to defend ambiguous labeling of supposed artifacts-- seemingly appearing out of thin air in increasing numbers at some Bonnie and Clyde museum in Northwestern, Louisiana.  Within a YouTube video released recently, the excuse of computer ineptitude-- was given as benign justification of apparent lax diligence in getting labeling correct within the museum.

My response is--
2500 years ago.. a museum curator commenting on a 4000 year old relic needed neither experience with abacus nor star patterns to "get it right" in describing the artifact correctly. All the curator needed was honesty, knowledge and a caring for history. 

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