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Re: Worldest oldest duck-bill dinosaur

On Wed, 20 Jan 1999, George Leonard wrote:
> >This press release is at
> >
> >http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1999/01/990120075457.htm
> >
> >"DALLAS (SMU) -- The world's oldest and most primitive duck-billed
> >dinosaur, dating back more than 95.5 million years, has been discovered
> >by paleontologist Jason Head of the Department of Geological Sciences
> >Southern Methodist University's Dedman College of Humanities and
> >Sciences."
> >
> >Gautam Majumdar                 gautam@majumdar.demon.co.uk
> Well, everyone in academia knows that's the problem, all that dead wood
> at the top of the tree. Did Jason Head say what, exactly, the dinosaur
> was teaching at SMU?

Couldn't be just a guest lecturer. I doubt it would've been there that
long without tenure.