Professor cleans up 19th-century dump...

Professor cleans up 19th-century dump site in Fillmore County

There are 2 comments on the story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Professor cleans up 19th-century dump site in Fillmore County. In it, reports that:

A geology professor and his students are cleaning up a sinkhole in southeastern Minnesota and finding some artifacts in the process.

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Since: Jun 08


#1 Nov 5, 2008
So, what did they find?

Aurgh! You hand me a tease, of items found in an old dump, but then refuse to tell me!

Thats like stating in your headline, "Big announcement on capitol hill", and then the article saying, "A big announcement took place today."

PP, stop using the AP's interns articles. Use real news.


Since: Jun 08

Katy, TX

#2 Nov 5, 2008
I agree. It was a non-story story, at least as far as the "journalism" is concerned.
It is also obvious that a non-science person through this into "Geology"... once again confusing acheology or anthropology with Geology.

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