+ 1 000 000. We live on Vancouver Island now, but I have every intention of buying recreational property somewhere between the Kootenays and the Alberta Rockies. I may never leave.In other news, yes, go spend your money in the Kootenays! (which is where they were). Hot springs, wildlife, few people and a couple gorgeous lakes in the summer. It's lovely.
You and I have the same taste in women, evidently.That was how I felt when I first heard her natural accent for the first time some years ago. It was like ordering your favourite meal in a restaurant then finding out it comes with a side order of a jackpot lottery win.
Most of all though, the mention of the primate study bugs me. I've searched extensively (only on scholar so far, not a proper database) and I haven't been able to find this study. Furthermore, I know that getting such a study approved--if indeed the aim was to determine whether or not adult primates would actively kill their young to preserve themselves--is next to impossible these days (at least in the US). There is plenty of evidence of infanticide in several primate species but these studies are primarily conducted in the wild and are considered "naturalistic observation," i.e., the researchers don't manipulate anything, they just sit and watch.
Most of all though, the mention of the primate study bugs me.
More expensive flight? Additional costs of transferring to Manchester?
This was recorded before or after they sent Hammond to the mountains anyway.
the experiment involved monkeys, not primates.
here's why i came back here - the part when james and jeremy are booking their vancouver flight - what did jeremy mean by saying it would be idiotic for the bbc to go to manchester?