On Fri, 24 Jun 2016 20:52:29 +0100, "James Wilkinson"
Mabee it's just your Limey English - but it takes the same space to
park "A" car for 30 minutes as it does for 30 seconds - it's when they
all start piling up waiting for that same spot because it is occupied
for a longer time that the problems start - particularly when one of
those cars is an english car that won't start. Can you imagine an
electric car with Lucas electrical parts????
All goes back to the old question of why Britts drink their beer warm
- Lucas refrigerstors. Or the correction to that falacy - Britts drink
their beer at room temperature - and anyone who's spent any time in
the Isles knows THAT is not warm!!. Why? Lucas central heat???
You'd think with their reputation, vacuum cleaners would be a perfect
product for Lucas to build - but allas, that would be the only product
they built that DIDN'T suck - - -
But it occupies it for a sixtieth of the time. So the gas station needs 60 times more space. [giggle]
We don't make cars anymore.
And the old question of how an American car can use three times the gas in an engine three times the size and have the same power output, and still not go round corners.
Or the correction to that falacy - Britts drink
Beer has a horrid flavour anyway and fuck all alcohol in it. I prefer vodka mixes.
If the world didn't suck we'd all fall off.
More than 10,000 people in England and Wales required professional treatment for injuries caused by home telephones in 2002.
Sounds a bit like my '63 Valiant. Lowered on all 4 corners with
oversized shocks - cornered like it was on rails and with 206 rwhp had
a top speed past the top of the speedo.. 60 in 1st, 90 in 2ndand
burried the speedo in 3rd. It wasn't particularly quick - but it WAS
On 06/24/2016 10:35 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Valiants were good cars but I really preferred the 1st generation. I
never had one but my mother bought a Gold Duster. Her theory was it
would prevent her from becoming the duty driver when her friends wanted
to go someplace. It was also the first automatic she'd ever driven and I
had to do a little coaching. She'd only been driving since the '20s but
was a little late getting into newfangled stuff like automatics and
I would have loved to nhave a 1st gen (60/62?) with an aluminum 225
and 4bbl 4 speed. VERY rare. The 3rd gen was nice too. I know a guy
has a "baracuda station wagon" sustom. Concept car using2 door valiant
with starion wagon rear quarters and cuda front sheet metal - FABULOUS
car. All factory mopar parts -off the shelf.
Which means you most likely know a few things about what is bad and good for your body.
Pilot to tower, pilot to tower, I am 300 miles from land, 600 feet over water, and running out of fuel, please instruct!
Tower to pilot, tower to pilot, repeat after me: "Our Father, which art in heaven....."
It is preferential to refrain from the utilization of sesquipedelian verbiage in the circumstance that your intellectualization can be expressed using comparatively simplistic lexicological entities.
Honours degree in abnormal basket weaving doesn't open many doors for
work - even though it had the lowest tuition and no textbook costs -
and it doesn't mean you are smart.
I've the equivalent to a city and guilds engineer qualification plus a
couple diplomas, but my most valuable education was my "practical
engineering" education from the School of Hasrd Knocks. - It's taken
just over 45 years and I'm still learning.(and I use it pretty well
On 06/26/2016 07:25 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
What I'll be doing at work tomorrow wasn't even invented close to 50
years ago and the precise technology I'll be using doesn't even have 10
years under its belt. It's like being a shark; stop swimming and you die
-- or become a manger.
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