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  • swjohnseyswjohnsey Posts: 263
    Pross said:

    Yep, apparently joined with a bike question but has only posted once outside four 'controversial' topics on Cake Stop and never seemed to actually post a query on Bromptons.

    Not much help, here. The Brompton I bought is pretty old, frame # 1046 but it will works. Got everything working, flat bars on. I'm waiting on crankset and headset and some new brake pads. Never had a bike with Strumey Archer hub before. This one has the old Sprinter 5 speed. Seems to work O.K., I adjusted it today.
  • kingstongrahamkingstongraham Posts: 12,006
    swjohnsey said:

    Pross said:

    Yep, apparently joined with a bike question but has only posted once outside four 'controversial' topics on Cake Stop and never seemed to actually post a query on Bromptons.

    Not much help, here. The Brompton I bought is pretty old, frame # 1046 but it will works. Got everything working, flat bars on. I'm waiting on crankset and headset and some new brake pads. Never had a bike with Strumey Archer hub before. This one has the old Sprinter 5 speed. Seems to work O.K., I adjusted it today.
    As you complained about Giuliani being mentioned in this thread, I feel you may understand this seems a bit further off topic.
  • Stevo_666Stevo_666 Posts: 42,213

    Stevo_666 said:

    Ben6899 said:

    Is it VTech? Talks absolute shite, wants us to think/know that he's caked, and seems to know a bit about cars.

    Not VTech then.

    Have just skipped several thousand posts to get here. Did I miss much?


    Simply. Get the popcorn ready. This thread is going to be gold if Trump wins new week :smiley:
    I almost want Trump to win just for that reason >:)
    See, the problem is that you constantly need to go further to get the same thrill

    Once making Corbyn leader of labour was enough.

    Then Boris had to be PM

    Now it's a second term for Trump.

    You need to stop escalating this unhealthy behaviour

    At least Stevo put an 'almost' in there. Having said that, the constant desire to 'own the libs' has undoubtedly become a thing in itself: you can see it in a more exaggerated form in Trumpism, where it doesn't matter if the actual result hurts those supporting Trump (e.g. tax cuts which massively went to the super-rich rather than Trump's 'base'), as long as it makes the liberals angry. That seems to be the only real policy outcome they want. The rest is just how they get that outcome.

    It's not healthy for democracy. But then, it seems that democracy itself is not held in high esteem by the MAGAs: it's another of the tenets of liberals, so it must be a bad thing.
    There's no desire involved - we already own them ;)
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  • Stevo_666Stevo_666 Posts: 42,213
    edited 29 October

    Stevo_666 said:

    Ben6899 said:

    Is it VTech? Talks absolute shite, wants us to think/know that he's caked, and seems to know a bit about cars.

    Not VTech then.

    Have just skipped several thousand posts to get here. Did I miss much?


    Simply. Get the popcorn ready. This thread is going to be gold if Trump wins new week :smiley:
    I almost want Trump to win just for that reason >:)
    There'll be another 4 years of this thread posting stupid things he's said and done if he wins. Glad you're appreciating it!
    I think the combination of more Trump, Boris and Brexit might be enough to make a few liberal heads explode, like in that old movie 'Scanners' :smile:
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  • briantrumpetbriantrumpet Posts: 5,139
    Stevo_666 said:

    Stevo_666 said:

    Ben6899 said:

    Is it VTech? Talks absolute shite, wants us to think/know that he's caked, and seems to know a bit about cars.

    Not VTech then.

    Have just skipped several thousand posts to get here. Did I miss much?


    Simply. Get the popcorn ready. This thread is going to be gold if Trump wins new week :smiley:
    I almost want Trump to win just for that reason >:)
    See, the problem is that you constantly need to go further to get the same thrill

    Once making Corbyn leader of labour was enough.

    Then Boris had to be PM

    Now it's a second term for Trump.

    You need to stop escalating this unhealthy behaviour

    At least Stevo put an 'almost' in there. Having said that, the constant desire to 'own the libs' has undoubtedly become a thing in itself: you can see it in a more exaggerated form in Trumpism, where it doesn't matter if the actual result hurts those supporting Trump (e.g. tax cuts which massively went to the super-rich rather than Trump's 'base'), as long as it makes the liberals angry. That seems to be the only real policy outcome they want. The rest is just how they get that outcome.

    It's not healthy for democracy. But then, it seems that democracy itself is not held in high esteem by the MAGAs: it's another of the tenets of liberals, so it must be a bad thing.
    There's no desire involved - we already own them ;)

    Thanks for reinforcing my point :)
  • Stevo_666Stevo_666 Posts: 42,213

    Stevo_666 said:

    Ben6899 said:

    Is it VTech? Talks absolute shite, wants us to think/know that he's caked, and seems to know a bit about cars.

    Not VTech then.

    Have just skipped several thousand posts to get here. Did I miss much?


    Simply. Get the popcorn ready. This thread is going to be gold if Trump wins new week :smiley:
    I almost want Trump to win just for that reason >:)
    See, the problem is that you constantly need to go further to get the same thrill

    Once making Corbyn leader of labour was enough.

    Then Boris had to be PM

    Now it's a second term for Trump.

    You need to stop escalating this unhealthy behaviour
    Apart from helping Jezza to be party leader and lead Labour down the toilet, I didnt actually influence any of those events.
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  • rjsterryrjsterry Posts: 18,242
    Stevo_666 said:

    Stevo_666 said:

    Ben6899 said:

    Is it VTech? Talks absolute shite, wants us to think/know that he's caked, and seems to know a bit about cars.

    Not VTech then.

    Have just skipped several thousand posts to get here. Did I miss much?


    Simply. Get the popcorn ready. This thread is going to be gold if Trump wins new week :smiley:
    I almost want Trump to win just for that reason >:)
    See, the problem is that you constantly need to go further to get the same thrill

    Once making Corbyn leader of labour was enough.

    Then Boris had to be PM

    Now it's a second term for Trump.

    You need to stop escalating this unhealthy behaviour

    At least Stevo put an 'almost' in there. Having said that, the constant desire to 'own the libs' has undoubtedly become a thing in itself: you can see it in a more exaggerated form in Trumpism, where it doesn't matter if the actual result hurts those supporting Trump (e.g. tax cuts which massively went to the super-rich rather than Trump's 'base'), as long as it makes the liberals angry. That seems to be the only real policy outcome they want. The rest is just how they get that outcome.

    It's not healthy for democracy. But then, it seems that democracy itself is not held in high esteem by the MAGAs: it's another of the tenets of liberals, so it must be a bad thing.
    There's no desire involved - we already own them ;)
    Who's that then?
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    Liberal metropolitan, remoaner, traitor, "sympathiser", etc.
  • kingstongrahamkingstongraham Posts: 12,006
    edited 29 October
    Exactly who is living rent free in who's head?
  • rjsterryrjsterry Posts: 18,242
    What was his name again? The chap on here with the multiple personalities.
    1985 Mercian King of Mercia - work in progress (Hah! Who am I kidding?)
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    Liberal metropolitan, remoaner, traitor, "sympathiser", etc.
  • briantrumpetbriantrumpet Posts: 5,139
    I'm sure Stevo will be able to quote lots of libtard posts whose primary purpose is to own the righties, rather than just the boring habit of focusing on policies.
  • tailwindhometailwindhome Posts: 15,490
    Stevo_666 said:

    Stevo_666 said:

    Ben6899 said:

    Is it VTech? Talks absolute shite, wants us to think/know that he's caked, and seems to know a bit about cars.

    Not VTech then.

    Have just skipped several thousand posts to get here. Did I miss much?


    Simply. Get the popcorn ready. This thread is going to be gold if Trump wins new week :smiley:
    I almost want Trump to win just for that reason >:)
    See, the problem is that you constantly need to go further to get the same thrill

    Once making Corbyn leader of labour was enough.

    Then Boris had to be PM

    Now it's a second term for Trump.

    You need to stop escalating this unhealthy behaviour
    Apart from helping Jezza to be party leader and lead Labour down the toilet, I didnt actually influence any of those events.
    You didn't vote for Boris then?

    Believe that a farther shore
    Is reachable from here.
    Believe in miracles
    And cures and healing wells
  • First.AspectFirst.Aspect Posts: 4,557
    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    Polls get more accurate as the election nears because reputations are on the line. States that were listed as toss ups are now likely Trump, Texas being one, Florida another.

    U.S. presidents are running for re-election during their first term. If you think Trump was a wild man during his first term, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Folks vote their pocket book. The only folks who stand to benefit for a Biden presidency are welfare slugs.

    Percentage wise, how much of the time do you wear a baseball cap with a plastic vented bit at the back?

    All the time except when singing the national anthem at the college football?
    I wear a ball cap most of the time I'm not sleeping. The sun can be brutal in South Texas. I never cared for American football. Have you ever owned any Americans cars? I've owed a few British cars, the coolest a '73 Lotus Europa JPS. I currently race a Lotus 7 by Birkin. Do you have bad teeth?

    I've had some time to work on the old Brompton. Stripped off the fenders, rack and lights. The previous owner musta been tall so got ride of the extended seatpost and replaced it with a titanium one. Got rid of the high bars and put flat bars on it along with some Chinese light brake levers and Grabon foam grips. Knocked off 5 pound.

    I wear a flannel suit and I am vastly intelligent and well spoken.

    Are you married to one of your cousins?
    Nope. I wear a ballcap, belong to Mensa and have a couple of college degrees. I learned most of what I know about the Brits from watching Monty Python's Flying Circus.
    You should be running your country then, because the guy who is running it is not even close to being in mensa.
  • orraloonorraloon Posts: 6,952

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    Polls get more accurate as the election nears because reputations are on the line. States that were listed as toss ups are now likely Trump, Texas being one, Florida another.

    U.S. presidents are running for re-election during their first term. If you think Trump was a wild man during his first term, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Folks vote their pocket book. The only folks who stand to benefit for a Biden presidency are welfare slugs.

    Percentage wise, how much of the time do you wear a baseball cap with a plastic vented bit at the back?

    All the time except when singing the national anthem at the college football?
    I wear a ball cap most of the time I'm not sleeping. The sun can be brutal in South Texas. I never cared for American football. Have you ever owned any Americans cars? I've owed a few British cars, the coolest a '73 Lotus Europa JPS. I currently race a Lotus 7 by Birkin. Do you have bad teeth?

    I've had some time to work on the old Brompton. Stripped off the fenders, rack and lights. The previous owner musta been tall so got ride of the extended seatpost and replaced it with a titanium one. Got rid of the high bars and put flat bars on it along with some Chinese light brake levers and Grabon foam grips. Knocked off 5 pound.

    I wear a flannel suit and I am vastly intelligent and well spoken.

    Are you married to one of your cousins?
    Nope. I wear a ballcap, belong to Mensa and have a couple of college degrees. I learned most of what I know about the Brits from watching Monty Python's Flying Circus.
    You should be running your country then, because the guy who is running it is not able to spell mensa.
    FTFY
  • swjohnseyswjohnsey Posts: 263

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    Polls get more accurate as the election nears because reputations are on the line. States that were listed as toss ups are now likely Trump, Texas being one, Florida another.

    U.S. presidents are running for re-election during their first term. If you think Trump was a wild man during his first term, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Folks vote their pocket book. The only folks who stand to benefit for a Biden presidency are welfare slugs.

    Percentage wise, how much of the time do you wear a baseball cap with a plastic vented bit at the back?

    All the time except when singing the national anthem at the college football?
    I wear a ball cap most of the time I'm not sleeping. The sun can be brutal in South Texas. I never cared for American football. Have you ever owned any Americans cars? I've owed a few British cars, the coolest a '73 Lotus Europa JPS. I currently race a Lotus 7 by Birkin. Do you have bad teeth?

    I've had some time to work on the old Brompton. Stripped off the fenders, rack and lights. The previous owner musta been tall so got ride of the extended seatpost and replaced it with a titanium one. Got rid of the high bars and put flat bars on it along with some Chinese light brake levers and Grabon foam grips. Knocked off 5 pound.

    I wear a flannel suit and I am vastly intelligent and well spoken.

    Are you married to one of your cousins?
    Nope. I wear a ballcap, belong to Mensa and have a couple of college degrees. I learned most of what I know about the Brits from watching Monty Python's Flying Circus.
    You should be running your country then, because the guy who is running it is not even close to being in mensa.
    We could probably eliminate half our politicians by requiring proof of an I.Q. higher than 100 . . . and so could y'all. Trump did graduate from an Ivy League college.

    Jimmy Carter is a very smart and by all accounts a good man. He was a sorry president.
  • webboowebboo Posts: 2,874
    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    Polls get more accurate as the election nears because reputations are on the line. States that were listed as toss ups are now likely Trump, Texas being one, Florida another.

    U.S. presidents are running for re-election during their first term. If you think Trump was a wild man during his first term, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Folks vote their pocket book. The only folks who stand to benefit for a Biden presidency are welfare slugs.

    Percentage wise, how much of the time do you wear a baseball cap with a plastic vented bit at the back?

    All the time except when singing the national anthem at the college football?
    I wear a ball cap most of the time I'm not sleeping. The sun can be brutal in South Texas. I never cared for American football. Have you ever owned any Americans cars? I've owed a few British cars, the coolest a '73 Lotus Europa JPS. I currently race a Lotus 7 by Birkin. Do you have bad teeth?

    I've had some time to work on the old Brompton. Stripped off the fenders, rack and lights. The previous owner musta been tall so got ride of the extended seatpost and replaced it with a titanium one. Got rid of the high bars and put flat bars on it along with some Chinese light brake levers and Grabon foam grips. Knocked off 5 pound.

    I wear a flannel suit and I am vastly intelligent and well spoken.

    Are you married to one of your cousins?
    Nope. I wear a ballcap, belong to Mensa and have a couple of college degrees. I learned most of what I know about the Brits from watching Monty Python's Flying Circus.
    You should be running your country then, because the guy who is running it is not even close to being in mensa.
    We could probably eliminate half our politicians by requiring proof of an I.Q. higher than 100 . . . and so could y'all. Trump did graduate from an Ivy League college.

    Jimmy Carter is a very smart and by all accounts a good man. He was a sorry president.
    So you type in dialect over there, how very troll.
  • First.AspectFirst.Aspect Posts: 4,557
    edited 29 October
    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    Polls get more accurate as the election nears because reputations are on the line. States that were listed as toss ups are now likely Trump, Texas being one, Florida another.

    U.S. presidents are running for re-election during their first term. If you think Trump was a wild man during his first term, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Folks vote their pocket book. The only folks who stand to benefit for a Biden presidency are welfare slugs.

    Percentage wise, how much of the time do you wear a baseball cap with a plastic vented bit at the back?

    All the time except when singing the national anthem at the college football?
    I wear a ball cap most of the time I'm not sleeping. The sun can be brutal in South Texas. I never cared for American football. Have you ever owned any Americans cars? I've owed a few British cars, the coolest a '73 Lotus Europa JPS. I currently race a Lotus 7 by Birkin. Do you have bad teeth?

    I've had some time to work on the old Brompton. Stripped off the fenders, rack and lights. The previous owner musta been tall so got ride of the extended seatpost and replaced it with a titanium one. Got rid of the high bars and put flat bars on it along with some Chinese light brake levers and Grabon foam grips. Knocked off 5 pound.

    I wear a flannel suit and I am vastly intelligent and well spoken.

    Are you married to one of your cousins?
    Nope. I wear a ballcap, belong to Mensa and have a couple of college degrees. I learned most of what I know about the Brits from watching Monty Python's Flying Circus.
    You should be running your country then, because the guy who is running it is not even close to being in mensa.
    We could probably eliminate half our politicians by requiring proof of an I.Q. higher than 100 . . . and so could y'all. Trump did graduate from an Ivy League college.

    Jimmy Carter is a very smart and by all accounts a good man. He was a sorry president.
    100 is pretty low, so not sure that would be a bad thing.

    Are Ivy League admissions entirely on merit now? Other than scholarships, I thought it was a. Can parents afford it? b. Will they let you in?

    For the abswer to b see a.
  • Stevo_666Stevo_666 Posts: 42,213

    I'm sure Stevo will be able to quote lots of libtard posts whose primary purpose is to own the righties, rather than just the boring habit of focusing on policies.

    No point aiming for things you have no hope of achieving :)
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  • Stevo_666Stevo_666 Posts: 42,213
    rjsterry said:

    Stevo_666 said:

    Stevo_666 said:

    Ben6899 said:

    Is it VTech? Talks absolute shite, wants us to think/know that he's caked, and seems to know a bit about cars.

    Not VTech then.

    Have just skipped several thousand posts to get here. Did I miss much?


    Simply. Get the popcorn ready. This thread is going to be gold if Trump wins new week :smiley:
    I almost want Trump to win just for that reason >:)
    See, the problem is that you constantly need to go further to get the same thrill

    Once making Corbyn leader of labour was enough.

    Then Boris had to be PM

    Now it's a second term for Trump.

    You need to stop escalating this unhealthy behaviour

    At least Stevo put an 'almost' in there. Having said that, the constant desire to 'own the libs' has undoubtedly become a thing in itself: you can see it in a more exaggerated form in Trumpism, where it doesn't matter if the actual result hurts those supporting Trump (e.g. tax cuts which massively went to the super-rich rather than Trump's 'base'), as long as it makes the liberals angry. That seems to be the only real policy outcome they want. The rest is just how they get that outcome.

    It's not healthy for democracy. But then, it seems that democracy itself is not held in high esteem by the MAGAs: it's another of the tenets of liberals, so it must be a bad thing.
    There's no desire involved - we already own them ;)
    Who's that then?
    Anyone who wants to. It's not exactly difficult :smiley:
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  • ProssPross Posts: 24,252

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    Polls get more accurate as the election nears because reputations are on the line. States that were listed as toss ups are now likely Trump, Texas being one, Florida another.

    U.S. presidents are running for re-election during their first term. If you think Trump was a wild man during his first term, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Folks vote their pocket book. The only folks who stand to benefit for a Biden presidency are welfare slugs.

    Percentage wise, how much of the time do you wear a baseball cap with a plastic vented bit at the back?

    All the time except when singing the national anthem at the college football?
    I wear a ball cap most of the time I'm not sleeping. The sun can be brutal in South Texas. I never cared for American football. Have you ever owned any Americans cars? I've owed a few British cars, the coolest a '73 Lotus Europa JPS. I currently race a Lotus 7 by Birkin. Do you have bad teeth?

    I've had some time to work on the old Brompton. Stripped off the fenders, rack and lights. The previous owner musta been tall so got ride of the extended seatpost and replaced it with a titanium one. Got rid of the high bars and put flat bars on it along with some Chinese light brake levers and Grabon foam grips. Knocked off 5 pound.

    I wear a flannel suit and I am vastly intelligent and well spoken.

    Are you married to one of your cousins?
    Nope. I wear a ballcap, belong to Mensa and have a couple of college degrees. I learned most of what I know about the Brits from watching Monty Python's Flying Circus.
    You should be running your country then, because the guy who is running it is not even close to being in mensa.
    We could probably eliminate half our politicians by requiring proof of an I.Q. higher than 100 . . . and so could y'all. Trump did graduate from an Ivy League college.

    Jimmy Carter is a very smart and by all accounts a good man. He was a sorry president.
    100 is pretty low, so not sure that would be a bad thing.

    Are Ivy League admissions entirely on merit now? Other than scholarships, I thought it was a. Can parents afford it? b. Will they let you in?

    For the abswer to b see a.
    Ivy League gets misused as some sort of academic accreditation when it's actually about sport. It is also geographically biased. Maybe Trump was an outstanding athlete rather than a genius. As he is one of the top 2 greatest golfers of all time with Kim Jong Il that was probably how he got in.
  • swjohnseyswjohnsey Posts: 263

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    Polls get more accurate as the election nears because reputations are on the line. States that were listed as toss ups are now likely Trump, Texas being one, Florida another.

    U.S. presidents are running for re-election during their first term. If you think Trump was a wild man during his first term, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Folks vote their pocket book. The only folks who stand to benefit for a Biden presidency are welfare slugs.

    Percentage wise, how much of the time do you wear a baseball cap with a plastic vented bit at the back?

    All the time except when singing the national anthem at the college football?
    I wear a ball cap most of the time I'm not sleeping. The sun can be brutal in South Texas. I never cared for American football. Have you ever owned any Americans cars? I've owed a few British cars, the coolest a '73 Lotus Europa JPS. I currently race a Lotus 7 by Birkin. Do you have bad teeth?

    I've had some time to work on the old Brompton. Stripped off the fenders, rack and lights. The previous owner musta been tall so got ride of the extended seatpost and replaced it with a titanium one. Got rid of the high bars and put flat bars on it along with some Chinese light brake levers and Grabon foam grips. Knocked off 5 pound.

    I wear a flannel suit and I am vastly intelligent and well spoken.

    Are you married to one of your cousins?
    Nope. I wear a ballcap, belong to Mensa and have a couple of college degrees. I learned most of what I know about the Brits from watching Monty Python's Flying Circus.
    You should be running your country then, because the guy who is running it is not even close to being in mensa.
    We could probably eliminate half our politicians by requiring proof of an I.Q. higher than 100 . . . and so could y'all. Trump did graduate from an Ivy League college.

    Jimmy Carter is a very smart and by all accounts a good man. He was a sorry president.
    100 is pretty low, so not sure that would be a bad thing.

    Are Ivy League admissions entirely on merit now? Other than scholarships, I thought it was a. Can parents afford it? b. Will they let you in?

    For the abswer to b see a.
    No. You figure Charles, Harry, etc were admitted to college based on merit?
  • pblakeneypblakeney Posts: 13,123
    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    swjohnsey said:

    Polls get more accurate as the election nears because reputations are on the line. States that were listed as toss ups are now likely Trump, Texas being one, Florida another.

    U.S. presidents are running for re-election during their first term. If you think Trump was a wild man during his first term, you ain't seen nothin' yet. Folks vote their pocket book. The only folks who stand to benefit for a Biden presidency are welfare slugs.

    Percentage wise, how much of the time do you wear a baseball cap with a plastic vented bit at the back?

    All the time except when singing the national anthem at the college football?
    I wear a ball cap most of the time I'm not sleeping. The sun can be brutal in South Texas. I never cared for American football. Have you ever owned any Americans cars? I've owed a few British cars, the coolest a '73 Lotus Europa JPS. I currently race a Lotus 7 by Birkin. Do you have bad teeth?

    I've had some time to work on the old Brompton. Stripped off the fenders, rack and lights. The previous owner musta been tall so got ride of the extended seatpost and replaced it with a titanium one. Got rid of the high bars and put flat bars on it along with some Chinese light brake levers and Grabon foam grips. Knocked off 5 pound.

    I wear a flannel suit and I am vastly intelligent and well spoken.

    Are you married to one of your cousins?
    Nope. I wear a ballcap, belong to Mensa and have a couple of college degrees. I learned most of what I know about the Brits from watching Monty Python's Flying Circus.
    You should be running your country then, because the guy who is running it is not even close to being in mensa.
    We could probably eliminate half our politicians by requiring proof of an I.Q. higher than 100 . . . and so could y'all. Trump did graduate from an Ivy League college.

    Jimmy Carter is a very smart and by all accounts a good man. He was a sorry president.
    100 is pretty low, so not sure that would be a bad thing.

    Are Ivy League admissions entirely on merit now? Other than scholarships, I thought it was a. Can parents afford it? b. Will they let you in?

    For the abswer to b see a.
    No. You figure Charles, Harry, etc were admitted to college based on merit?
    No. Good examples to choose in order to prove the point though.
    The above may be fact, or fiction, I may be serious, I may be jesting.
    I am not sure. You have no chance.
    veronese68 wrote:
    PB is the most sensible person on here.
  • swjohnseyswjohnsey Posts: 263
    Abraham Lincoln, the 16th U.S. president, had no formal education. Four days to go! About a third of Americans have already voted. I'm gonna wait 'til election day.
  • orraloonorraloon Posts: 6,952
    Why?
  • webboowebboo Posts: 2,874
    That ball cap you wear Johnsey is that because you have hair like the orange one.
  • swjohnseyswjohnsey Posts: 263
    webboo said:

    That ball cap you wear Johnsey is that because you have hair like the orange one.

    No hair! Today was beautiful, not a cloud in the sky, good visibility, good horizon. Took the RV-4 out and did a couple of aileron rolls a loop and a two turn spin.
  • First.AspectFirst.Aspect Posts: 4,557
    swjohnsey said:

    webboo said:

    That ball cap you wear Johnsey is that because you have hair like the orange one.

    No hair! Today was beautiful, not a cloud in the sky, good visibility, good horizon. Took the RV-4 out and did a couple of aileron rolls a loop and a two turn spin.
    Did you take the brompton?
  • webboowebboo Posts: 2,874
    swjohnsey said:

    webboo said:

    That ball cap you wear Johnsey is that because you have hair like the orange one.

    No hair!
    Just like Don then.
  • kingstongrahamkingstongraham Posts: 12,006
    swjohnsey said:

    Abraham Lincoln, the 16th U.S. president, had no formal education. Four days to go! About a third of Americans have already voted. I'm gonna wait 'til election day.

    Who you voting for?
  • First.AspectFirst.Aspect Posts: 4,557

    swjohnsey said:

    Abraham Lincoln, the 16th U.S. president, had no formal education. Four days to go! About a third of Americans have already voted. I'm gonna wait 'til election day.

    Who you voting for?
    From Texas. Wears a cap. Hates spongers. Keen to vote in person.
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