Hence my proposal to install sharp metal spikes in the middle of car steering wheels, aimed right at the sternum of the driver. I'm sure people would drive a LOT more carefully! Hm - scientific evidence does not seem to support my above statement. But hey, why let the facts stand in the way of a good story, right?
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I haven't the foggiest about the study you mention, but I do know the direction this country is headed what with putting labels on everything The problem is that it appears that it is implied that no one else plays baseball. But that is simply not true I am sure if others could compete on the same level they too would be allowed to participate, but most other countries play on a much smaller field, and so would be at a serious disadvantage playing here, and we would be have a serious advantage playing there.
Honestly though, I don't see why each of the games baseball, USA football American implies that anyone in America, north or south lives in the USA , soccer, rugby, cricket, badminton and Croquet can't all exist together in harmony Oh sure - other people play baseball. It's just that nobody else is much interested in it. Link to Baseball outside the USA ;-.
Except for the japanese. Oh, and Cuba, which is obviously a major player in the World Series. Well, now switching back and forth between interest and the "series" again ;- I don't even care for watching any of the games myself.
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I would like to be in the shape to play them, but watching? Oh and I apologize to anyone that feels I am upset, I am not in the least. But some inaccuracies do make me react a little. A good example is Carlos Mencia. Some of the things he comes off with are completely offensive to me, and I am not even the on the receiving end of his "humor". Some of it is funny, and a lot of what Clease wrote is funny. So, just to set the record straight, I am not perturbed in the least Dear Lord, no.
There is a roundabout near here, and I can't believe that nobody has been killed there yet. People don't realize that you have to slow down before turning into it Nor do they realize there are "yield" signs at it. The bricks around it have tire tracks where people have had to hit their brakes to keep from hitting the idiots coming in.
All in all, hilarious. I wish I had ink in my printer. Interestingly, roundabouts do actually cause more accidents than stoplights. So overall, the roundabouts wind up being safer.
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Just another piece of useless trivia dug up from the nether regions of my brain, which may or may not be completely invalidated by actual scientific results. New round abouts are actually illegal in some areas, because they are so accident prone. We have 3 on the way to Gettysburg, and it is quite a terror to enter the circle when traffic is bad. So I rather like them in many different ways LOL.
American usage in many cases retains the u in the word glamour, which comes from Scots, not Latin or French; saviour is a common variant of savior in the US. The British spelling is very common for "honour" and "favour" on wedding invitations in the United States. Grammar came to English from Greek gramma "letter of the alphabet ", via grammatikos "of letters", Latin grammatica, Old French gramaire, and Middle English gramere. The Scots pronounced it and spelled it glamour. So a word that meant "magic, spell" then shifted in meaning to "magical or fictitious beauty", then shifted again to "fashionably attractive", losing all connection with "magic".
Walter Scott popularized the word in English in his writings of the early 19th century. And no amount of pedantry can rob the text of the pure, delicious hilarity it generates in the British soul.
And, well, I feel the same way, but from a different point of view ;-. Now that's funny. I don't care who ya are. Thank goodness for our differences and God Save Freddie Mercury. You will learn that the suffix "burgh" is pronounced "burra"; How else it is pronounced?!!? Funny :- but I still rather we move forward rather then stagnate, so if our Comedic friend wishes to move backwards, let's re-instate Old English.
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