Taxonomy of Anthropology: Revisited

What the Daily Transcript said goes for me as well. An example of the type of submission I’m looking for:
Zooarchaeologists – theories vary. One school has it that they are actually spies from the Biology department trying to steal all our ideas. A second, competing school has it that they are ecologist who aren’t quite smart enough to find live critters to study so they lurk about archaeology sites looking for dead ones they can swipe…
Have fun, be creative and forget seriousness…
Added Later: I guess you can include geology and paleontology as well…

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  1. Paleopathologists: A subgroup of osteologists who believe that all human disease manifest in one of two ways: abnormal bone growth or abnormal bone atrophy. Late at night, paleopathologists regale one another with far-fetched tales of diseases that don’t manifest skeletally. These stories are given marginally more credence than the Loch Ness Monster but less than Bigfoot.

  2. Yup, if it don’t leave marks on the skeleton it’s mythological…

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