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Re: [dinosaur] nothing controversial here



Thank you! I'll forward this on to my friend. :)


On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 8:34 AM, <john-schneiderman@cox.net> wrote:
The original quote is from a critique written by Arthur Bingham Walkley of George Bernard Shaw's play "Widower's Houses". The quote can be found on page 737 of the 17 December 1892 issue of "The Speaker". The original quote is: "Scratch a middle-class hero and you find a rascal".

The quote; "Scratch a paleontologist and you find a controvery"  I believe comes from one of many interviews with John Horner, focusing on his Triceratops/Torosaurus, Pachycephalosaurus/Stymoloch/Dracorex, or Tyrannosaurus/Nanotyrannus views. I'm digging through the current literature looking for this quote.

I hope this helps.


---- Mickey Rowe <mickeyprowe@gmail.com> wrote:
> On behalf of Michael Barton (contact information at the bottom of this
> message):
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> Can someone post this question from a friend of mine to the list?
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> A friend of mine has the following question:
>
> "Hoping my paleontologist friends or anyone with obscure knowledge
> (you know who you are) can help me track down the origin and source
> for the statement, "Scratch a paleontologist and find a controversy."
> I'm hoping to use it in a blog post, but cannot recall where I first
> heard or read the statement. Thanks in advance."
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> Thanks in advance if possible!
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