Wednesday, 26 November 2014

If Museums Would Cut Back Spending, They Could Afford Bigger Treasure Ransoms

On a metal detecting forum near you, in the thread about the "forced selling" of a tenth century hoard, member "Stratman" (Sat Nov 22, 2014 8:38 pm) knows what the problem is with the museums which detectorists 'partner'. Museums should not be complaining that they have no funds to pay year after year increasing numbers of Treasure Ransoms to greedy hoard hoikers, says "Stratman" in a text reeking of entitlement:
They could trim the huge salaries and over generous pensions of their CEO and officers and make sure their departments don't "spend up" their budgets just to ensure a continued level of funding. It sounds to me that York are spoilt and have made no effort at all
Maybe it is not the museums that are spoilt.

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