End of an Ear

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See, I do print media too.

If you’re ever in Austin, check out End of an Ear, one of the few remaining great record stores.

I’m having an incredibly wonderful holiday–I hope all y’all are having the same.

PS: Anyone have advice on dealing with family/artifacts?  I keep having a couple of them bring me artifacts to look at and I tell them to leave them be, to no avail.  It’s not illegal (they’re from private property) but it’s still non-ideal, to say the least.  I’ve even told them that I can’t look at them.  Darned hard-headed Texans.

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One response to “End of an Ear

  1. You know, I’ve seen TxDOT employees (non-archeology) bring in artifacts from their own property to show the TxDOT archaeologists and they don’t say anything about it.
    As part of Texas Archaeology month, they do artifact identification (but not appraisals) at a number of the events. Of course, there’s also discussions of stewardship and public lands and such as a part of the process.
    I think you need to try and be positive and stress stewardship and non-disturbance. Another option is to record the site and catalog the collection.

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