people and their palindromes

Kelley Hays-Gilpin (KAH2@A1.UCC.NAU.EDU)
Mon, 18 Apr 1994 10:01:00 -0700

My husband, having read the previous palindromes, would like me to post this
one, as it mentions his hometown:

"A slut nixes sex in Tulsa."

Apologies from me personally.

--Kelley Hays-Gilpin
Navajo Nation Archaeology Dept. at Northern Arizona University

for the "people and their ideas" people--I am not yet a "frequent contributor"
but hope to be, so here's the human bits: I was born in 1960 in a Detroit
suburb, daughter of a research chemist and a teacher. Dad was an avocational
archaeologist who collected historic pueblo pottery (purchased from the potters,
didn't dig 'em up). I grew up as one of those obnoxious children that
volunteers bring with them to archaeological projects--I got the opportunity to
learn field methods quite young, but also burned out on digging quite young and
perhaps that's why I do ceramic analysis and method and theory stuff now. I
moved to Arizona in 1983, finally finished my PhD in 1992, married an Oklahoman,
also an archaeologist, no offspring or pets. I drive a red Chevy 4x4 pickup
truck with dents in it from running into tree stumps and parking lot guardrails.
I enjoy gardening and reading fiction of the sort by mostly English women
writers, especially Jane Austen, Barbara Pym, and Angela Thirkell--the sorts of
novels in which nothing much happens but there are a lot of relationships.