Indiana O'Brien and the Raiders of the 'Maze'
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Over the last couple of days I've been attempting to fulfill a long-standing personal goal. This means that I've been frantically, frenetically and furiously working on the last two parts of my dissertation with not much else on my mind other than my children. Dissertations, much like children, are amazingly tiring, frequently ignore you, often refuse to do what you say, and are very good at sassing you. Anyway, while trying to be stern with my back-talking dissertation, I noted an email that came across one of the Southwestern archaeology listservs. The email called attention to the second Maze Runner movie, which was filmed around Albuquerque. The archaeologist who wrote the email asked if anyone had heard about the removal of artifacts from an archaeological site by actors and crewmembers on the film set. A posting on Yahoo with a link to a petition prompted this email. Maeve Cunningham, a 19 year-old self-described fan of Dylan O'Brien, the movie's star, created the petition. She
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