|Subject:||Re: John Leonard, the Einstein Factor|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Jun 2005 12:28:36 +1000|
Aaah, John. Now you've spoilt the ending!
Well done last night anyway. Personally, I thought the bird questions were pretty straight forward and you did very well with the others.
Mind you I got the strong impression, from the question about whether you had found any "new birds", that they thought "finding a new bird" was all about finding something new to science rather than something new to ones life list.
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