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RE: No more Fraudactylus or dinosaur skin items on eBay postings
I found your post, below, very disturbing. It shows a bias that is both
unscientific and censorial. Who are you to say a fossil is not worthy of
scientific scrutiny. I find myself questioning your credentials to host this
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 10:04 PM
Subject: No more Fraudactylus or dinosaur skin items on eBay postings
(Hopefully plain text this time.)
Please stop posting about Fraudactylus and the T. rex "skin" item on eBay.
Since the first item has a fossil leaf embedded, we are fast approaching
rule on posting about fossils for sale. Whatever the skin is, it isn't
dinosaur science. A posting about real dinosaur skin for sale would bring
week-long time out.
Cans of worms should not be opened.
Dinosaur Mailing List Co-owner