I subscribe to this ng out of interest in the group subject, to learn,
to pass the time and to help others.
I haven't initiated political discussion. I have initiated railway
discussion from time to time.
That would be more "Group de post guerre" than group de jour".
I _respond_ Ray, I don't initiate your bagging.
If I remember correctly, your antagonism started when I made comments in
regard to DCC, and you haven't let up since.
On Fri, 02 Nov 2007 11:32:03 +1300, I said, "Pick a card, any card"
I don't use DCC. I have no idea what you are recalling but it wasn't
me or it wasn't about DCC. Point is, I don't really like your
arrogance, unequivocal posting style or your lack of real knowledge.
You scamper off to the Web or Wiki every time a subject comes up and
pretend to be an instant expert. You are often wrong, as many here
with real expertise point out to you, yet you continue to use bad
ideas and bad references as your own brand of reality. Then, when
challenged, you turn pompous and nasty. That about sums you and your
posting history up on rec.models.railroad, Greg.
Except for one last thing. When you are cornered, you start
referring to Yanks and Aussies using taunts to distract readers from
your absolutely bogus claim to real knowledge.
You're talking about petty, opportunistic corruption now, are ya? I got
the distinct impression that wasn't the subject. More like the
corruption of those at the top, the governments and ruling parties. You
knew that, too.
But since you mention it, you've toured those other places on a bike?
The comparison and rating is valid? Nah, didn't think so.
You said it!
Simple geography. You share a border with Mexico, so that's where they
go. If it was another country, they'd go there instead.
The default response of anyone without a decent case to make...Good on yer!
Yes, they do. But at the time the reservations were created, the
Indians didn't have much of any say or choice in the matter. Which is
why I said if indian reservations were always wasteland, there
wouldn't be any reservations outside California.
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