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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary D. View Post
    All of us want to make ourselves clear. If I don’t understand a word, I have my Webster’s handy, which I usually keep close by when I venture into a latter-day Dean Koontz novel. I can’t look up convoluted sentences, however.

    Whether we agree with them or not, as I said, FDR, Churchill, Kennedy, and Reagan were excellent, to-the-point speakers, even if some of them relied on their speech writers.

    ‘Sententious’ is one of those words that seems to have two conflicting meanings: (1) expressing much in few words . . .; or (2) . . . using proverbs or maxims in a ponderously trite way.
    A nice little patronizing speach.
    We're all different and we all have our own way of exprssing ourselves. What I have learned by interacting with members of this site is not to take myself too seriously, and to retain a sense of humour is a bit of a must. Otherwise one might just as well post whatever one has to say and ignore the comments of others.

    A while ago, I posed the question, to the effect, would Fieldmarshal Rommel been put on trial? I guess I should have been clearer, however. Someone came back (you?), with the statement that since Rommel was already dead, the question was irrelevant. Not an exact quotation, by the way, but you get the gist.
    Was it I? I've no idea! I've probably been to bed since then. Whether it was or wasn't me, why did you not make your feelings known at the time instead of storing them up and allowing them to fester?

    Before this, the subject of ‘What Hitler Could Have Done to Win the War’ was thrashed back and forth. I could have said, Hold it! The Führer lost his war—it’s settled history.
    Don't recall that thread or any involvement in it.

    As Dawn raises herself from her golden couch we see more clearly. Particularly when the effects of the vino have subsided.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32Bravo View Post
    Given the reality of a hung parliament, I can only offer that it is proven by argument that nobody could fault, a conclusion that nobody could believe: that although it appears to us that we refer to plurality of qualified and changing parties, in reality there is only one thing to be referred to, and to conceive of this as qualified, divided, or pluralized in any way is to imply absurdities.
    My point in posting the above - and it may not be obvious to those that are not resident in the UK and, therefore, were not being subjected to the political spin and the media hype regarding the election and the possibilites, probabilites, pros-and-cans, the evils of a hung parliament and all that it may or may not deliver regarding a coalition, change and reform - is that the above probably made more sense to the average UK citizen than that which was being presented to them by so called poltiicians and the medias political editors through their goggle-boxes etc.

    Hope that all has now become clear.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 32Bravo View Post
    A nice little patronizing speach.
    We're all different and we all have our own way of exprssing ourselves. What I have learned by interacting with members of this site is not to take myself too seriously, and to retain a sense of humour is a bit of a must. Otherwise one might just as well post whatever one has to say and ignore the comments of others. * * *

    As Dawn raises herself from her golden couch we see more clearly. Particularly when the effects of the vino have subsided.
    If I ever attended a luncheon at which you were the guest speaker, I wouldn't be the only one nodding off. You're the biggest windbag I've ever come across.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary D. View Post
    If I ever attended a luncheon at which you were the guest speaker, I wouldn't be the only one nodding off. You're the biggest windbag I've ever come across.
    Oh well, I guess not every cloud has a siver lining.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary D. View Post
    If I ever attended a luncheon at which you were the guest speaker, I wouldn't be the only one nodding off. You're the biggest windbag I've ever come across.
    You need to get out more.

    32Bravo doesn't even get out of the blocks compared with some after dinner speakers I've heard.

    Or maybe you get a better class of sleep-inducer at luncheons, which usually I can't attend as I work during the day. Although a former Test cricketer with cancer of the balls (testicular, not cricket) did put me to sleep a couple of decades ago, which might have put me off luncheons. That, and attending it as a guest of my bank manager.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32Bravo View Post
    Oh well, I guess not every cloud has a siver lining.
    And not every silver lining has a cloud, but mostly they do.
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    A rational army would run away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    And not every silver lining has a cloud, but mostly they do.
    Probably when they're occupied by the Gods. One can always tell, because it begins pissing down nectar - or vitriol - depends on which god and which cloud you're under!
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    A Guest Speaker’s Oddity!

    At a club I attend, a friend of mine had been invited to speak at the annual charity fund raiser. He had been selected for his personality, and sharp wit.

    He approached me with some trepidation and explained that he had never given an after dinner speech before and didn’t know what to speak about, could I give him some advice.
    “Sex” says I “It’s always well received!”
    “Are you sure?”
    “Sure!”

    After speaking with me he toddled off home where his wife was waiting with his dinner.
    “Have you decided on a topic yet, dear?” she enquired.
    “Sailing!” he responded.
    “Oh, good!”

    Saturday comes along and up he gets and delivers the Kama Sutra.
    The following day, I call to congratulate him on such a fine speech.
    His wife answers the phone as he isn’t home.
    “I just wanted to thank him for producing such an entertaining speach!"
    “Was it really that good?” she asks
    "Yes it certainly was!" I assure her
    “You see" she continues "he’s only done it twice. The first time he was sick, and the second time his hat blew off!”
    Last edited by 32Bravo; 05-18-2010 at 04:03 AM.


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    Wry, and Ribald! Much deserving of applause.
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    very kind of you to say so.


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