Post by Kerr-Mudd,John Post by email@example.com
I also learnt this song in Primary School back in the 1950's. I don't
know if anyone else of my age remembers it and who is living in
Australia. We were told that it was an English folksong.
I have often used the words '...and Uncle Tom Cobley (sic) and all,
and all' in internet posts to illustrate the unnecessary pile-up of
politicians and others regarding a certain topic. My most recent use
of it is in a twitter comment.
It's a great metaphor, I hope others will use it in the same way that I do. <s>
Now that you've found usenet,
That's like confusing weather for climate. Tottie has found 1 usenet
Or maybe the better analogy is expecting that finding the tail tells
you the elephant's aunt's name.
Post by Kerr-Mudd,John
you can try responding to items that
occurred recently, and then be considered an useful contributor.
Eventually, you'll be allowed a proper newsreader.
Proper newsreader? Isn't that a BBC maven?
Right now I'm annoyed at my newsreader, because I accidently changed
the display size of the font in the message window, and I'm not quite
sure how I did it or how to get back.
When using GG and that happens, it's the browser and getting back is
"What do you think of my cart, Miss Morland? A neat one, is not it?
Well hung: curricle-hung in fact. Come sit by me and we'll test the
(Speculative fiction by H.Lacedaemonian.)