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Do Touch and Hold the Exhibit

Once, a comedian told a hilarious story on how he left a rental car at the airport and got away with it. But it worked for him only because no one else does it. The same principle can apply for touching and holding an exhibit item in the museum (which is a part of the diverse learning lifestyle). If a storyteller would crash the car at the gates of the airport and left it on the runway, the story would probably be a lot funnier. But…See More
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Do Touch and Hold the Exhibit

Posted on May 3, 2019 at 19:34 0 Comments

Once, a comedian told a hilarious story on how he left a rental car at the airport and got away with it. But it worked for him only because no one else does it. The same principle can apply for touching and holding an exhibit item in the museum (which is a part of the diverse learning lifestyle). If a storyteller would crash the car at the gates of the airport and left it on the runway, the story would probably be a…

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At 13:40 on May 3, 2019, Hazel Owen said…

Hello Zack, and a very warm welcome to the Ethos online community - I'm delighted that you accepted the invitation. Please make yourself feel at home, and I look forward to reading your blog contribution :) All the best. Hazel

 
 
 

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