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Re: Latest in Nate Murphy scandal

There is also an article in today's Great Falls Tribune titled:  
"Malta museum hopes dinosaur's tour will help pay for its final home"
The exhibit just closed at the Houston Museum of Natural Science is called  
a "great success", with many excuses as to why it only drew 32,500 visitors 
 during the year.  Fifteen dollars plus the museum admission of $10-15 
seems  pretty steep for an exhibit that many may have considered little better 
than  "The Thing" in Arizona.  
"2 Houston museums thrive despite recession"...says that the museum draws 4 
 million visitors, including 500,000 school children. If the exhibit drew 
32,500  visitors, less than 7% of the children saw it, and that should have 
been their  target audience.  If you consider 4 million total visitors, less 
than 1%  saw it.  I'm not sure what kind of thinking makes that a great  

In a message dated 1/24/2010 9:28:07 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
danchure@easilink.com writes:
The stolen maniraptoran at the center of the  Nate Murphy scandal will 
soon be up for sale.  Details  at