What a bonehead!

Paul Kuhn a student from Germany living in Australia wanted to have a night at the museum. So on Sunday around 1 a.m. he broke into the Australian Museum in Sydney after climbing nearby scaffolding. Once inside, he walked around for 40 minutes taking selfies with the natural history museum’s dinosaur displays, including one with his head in a T. Rex’s mouth. Kuhn also made off with an unidentified artwork and stole an employee’s cowboy hat, which he proceeded to wear for the rest of his visit, like a really cool dude. The whole thing was caught on the building’s CCTV. To his credit, Paul Kuhn turned himself in without objection and was charged with breaking and entering and two counts of theft.


Timeless Collector Humor

As a museum tour guide I took a group of elementary children through the museum and they came upon the skeleton of a dinosaur. The guide explained how big the dinosaur was and how it ate and lived and then said the dinosaur was “extinct”. “That means it died a many, many years ago.” A little girl looked up at me with big eyes and asked, “Were you sad when it happened?”

Took my kids to the dinosaur museum today.
Spent the whole day looking up at the giant sculptures , I discovered a new species. Myneckisaur.

A third-grade class is on a field trip to the museum when they come across a mummy exhibit. The display has a sign in front saying “2982 BC.”
One of the kids asks his friend, “What do you suppose that means?”
His friend thinks for a few seconds, then concludes, “It must be the license plate number of the car that hit him.”

I went to the Air and Space museum…
It was an empty building….