"Let me get this right. Our ancient ancestors created vast and cunning wood and stone edifices to enable them to plot astronomical and seasonal events with great accuracy, yet with all the benefits of modern technology, you mistakenly celebrated the winter solstice a day early?"
At least they owned up to their mistake!
Some of us really would have been put to wool gathering had we been alive in an earlier time...
I was taught, along with some other staff, how to pack and transport valuable artifacts - by taking genuine Wedgewood china, packing it, and 'passing' the course by demonstrating the courage of our convictions, and flinging our boxes down a stone staircase.
The same staircase that opened out into an area frequented by (some very startled) members of the public.
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