Smithsonian's 145 Days Without Lost Time Accident Put In Peril (Days at the Museum #2)

Not the best title for a post, and by best, I mean most accurate. If you'd like to get to the bottom of it, though, try this new dispatch over at McSweeney's: "The Elevator to Room 1028." It has elevators. It has intrigue. It has secrecy. It has stacks of books. And it has elevators.


This is part two of "Days at the Museum." Part I was noted here. It had a better picture.

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I envy you, being in Cambridge for Darwin's birthday. I remember my first visit to his house in Down --- standing and staring at a glass case containing his field notebooks from the Beagle cruise. Cool, just cool. As is the fact that he appears on the 10pound note.