Thank you Bert!
That seems to be the trend these days. Most countries are really putting a limit on what art/artifacts they will allow to travel. I remember seeing the Tut exhibit when it came around, a loooooong time ago (stood in line for 8 hrs. with my brother, to get tickets from the old defunct "GoodGuys", in the back of Emporium, in Stonestown, oh so long ago!). It was worth the long wait for tickets, the original exhibit was stunning as is forever burnt in my memory. The recent Tut exhibit was a total let-down, only about 25% of what was originally shown, reappeared, and the gold mask will never leave Egypt again. Can't say I blame them--too much risk involved in the transport of these precious things. I think I'll opt out of the Teracotta exhibit, since it's so tiny.
...by the way, do you get enthusiastic about anything?
You're always sooooooooooooooo mellow!
By the way, if you haven't tried it, Craftsman and Wolves
in the Mission, makes a very nice choc chip cookie, with a dash of salt (really brings out the flavour!)http://craftsman-wolves.com/
...perhaps the sugar high will get to you