From: Fran on 6 Jan 2010 07:41
On Jan 6, 4:34 pm, "Noddy" <m...(a)home.com> wrote:
> "Fran" <fran.b...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> > What a stunning concession! You'd sooner present as thick than join
> > the dots and address the substantive claim.
> Certainly. I'd rather look like an idiot than publically declare that your
> plans make sense.
Another interesting concession. Alternatives: look like an idiot or
declare my plans make sense.
I can see the dilemma, but you overlooked the third variant: declare
your insight into my claim, and persist in disagreeing on some
Of course, that would require using your mind, and we can't have that
From: Noddy on 6 Jan 2010 08:14
"Fran" <fran.beta(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> Of course, that would require using your mind, and we can't have that can
Not on a level that you would find acceptable, no.
From: John_H on 5 Jan 2010 18:10
Krudd the Dud wrote:
>On Mon, 04 Jan 2010 18:09:30 +1100, " Dr. Sir John Howard, AC, WSCMoF "
><""noujwas\"@yahoo.com is a stupid muzzie troll ."> wrote:
>>Mr James said the price Australian companies paid for their petrol had recently
>>risen by six cents a litre to $1.18 - a four-month high.
>>That rise hadn't yet been passed through to motorists, but it very likely would
>>be in the coming days.
>>Mr James forecast a retail price rise of five or six cents a litre within two weeks.
Petrol was considerably more expensive in the last days of the Howard
Government (and immediately after its demise)... who should we thank
From: Krudd the Dud on 6 Jan 2010 01:44
On Wed, 06 Jan 2010 09:10:51 +1000, John_H <john4721(a)inbox.com> wrote:
>Petrol was considerably more expensive in the last days of the Howard
>Government (and immediately after its demise)... who should we thank
Labor of course.
From: Krudd the Dud on 6 Jan 2010 01:43
On Tue, 5 Jan 2010 17:44:28 -0800 (PST), Fran <fran.beta(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>What do you suppose would happen to vehicle miles (and the composition
>of the vehicle fleet) in Australia if the price of petrol went up and
>stayed up by, say, 50 cents per litre?
For a start, Rudd would lose the next election.