Randy Maddocks wrote:braking distance
I had to think about that for a minute, but yes, I meant increases.
Liutauras Vilda wrote:No wonder why increases so drastically
Liutauras Vilda wrote:If driving, that means driving and not playing candy crush whilst driving.
Randy Maddocks wrote:But I have taken this topic way off centre!
Randy Maddocks wrote:Driving while using a cell phone has gotten so bad here
Tim Cooke wrote:Do not fret. Here in Meaningless Drivel, off-topic is on-topic.
Pete Letkeman wrote:There have been some studies that which have stated that even with hands free phone conversations, the act of using a phone while driving is still dangerous and a distraction.
Peter Rooke wrote:
And no more of those horrid z words, Synchronized can be corrected to Synchronised.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:No, were one at Oxford, one would have to correct the keyword to
Liutauras Vilda wrote:Say what you want, but one of the best mis or just pronunciations I hear often is init(), which of course means isn’t it. I don’t think americans or canadians do that. But when I worked in Bermondsey (borough of London), I used to have mastered it, because this is what people understand there.
Remember the comma is the important part.
Tim Holloway wrote:. . . Thank you, Inspector Morse.
Tim Holloway wrote:Besides, my German studies, have made me, to the use of commas prolific.