The trouble today is you can't say anything to anyone without the wish to upset somebody. My views have often sparked storms about racism, sexism, and other isms I hadn't even realised existed. If someone could explain to me the process with which some things are acceptable and others not I would be eternally grateful.trevormans wrote: ↑23 Sep 2018, 20:42there might be a whole range of reasons why someone would use capitals. these might possibly include some of my keys sometimes stick, some people prefer capitals, a new poster might be unsure (as i often am ) about how to submit posts especially when responding and quoting, and there might well be other more personal reasons why you prefer capitals and/ or not to use the shift key
i am often criticised for not using upper case, and my response is generally that i am undercapitalised (a pretty thin joke i accept , but not if you knew my finances) ,
we should surely be encouraging people to post their views,and not belittling them for doing so and provided they get their message across, it is not worth our while challenging people's spelling or grammar. at some schools they don't learn you no good. i would of thought that that is more better, as some might say
btw i think "he3" means "he's" if you haven't yet being able to work it out
we may not have won easy ,but we won with a goal to spare, and we are still averaging well over 2 points a game, mr evan's may be doing something right,
There are lots of things in life than annoy me, most seem to stem from the nanny state insisting that everyone be treated as equal, I don't know if it happens elsewhere in the country, but certainly in Bristol, most supermarket car parks not only have disabled parking bays but now have ones for mothers and children. What's all that about, when we were young and had babies we had to walk to the nearest supermarket, which was north of a mile away. Using a trolley and parts of the pram and about six carrier bags we managed to cover the mile plus distance with the weeks shopping. Now elderly people without an actual disability have to park in narrower parking bays further from the shop entrance just so thes young mothers can get through the door with their hoard of brats, who in most cases are totally unruly. There should be times of the day when kids are allowed in supermarkets, preferably when they've just come out of school so that the traffic on the roads which has already been swollen by selfish parents who can't manage to walk to the schools to pick up their kith and kin.