K.L.Lo-94 at student.lut.ac.uk
Tue Jun 10 16:54:48 New Zealand Standard Time 1997
On Thu, 5 Jun 1997 clawrenc at cup.hp.com wrote:
> In <220.127.116.1170604224246.00a0e508 at mail.tenetwork.com>, on 06/05/97
> at 08:13 AM, Jeff Kesselman <jeffk at tenetwork.com> said:
> >At 08:30 PM 6/4/97 PST8PDT, jc lawrence wrote:
> >>Nope. You could also profitably observe that they were all in
> >>England, a country whose culture and educational base is significantly
> >>different to the US'.
> >lol! I didn't know this.
> >IMo the Briittish are a FAR more civilized culture then us in almost
> >every way. if the majority of the players were brittish I think that
> >definately had somethign to do with how they played.
> Yup. I figured it you hadn't mentioned by the end of the thread I
> could safely spring it on you as a surprise. The fact that main
> public was English with minor components from the rest of Europe made
> a *lot* of difference.
And I get Americans asking me why I like staying in a country without the
Shopping Channel. The majority of brit mudders tend to be students aged
around 19-23 and couldn't care less about their degree (eg: me). Cheap
internet access has been pretty slow going over here. Germany seems to
have a vast student mudding population too...
So... we're civilised? Hrm, <http://www.loaded.com> should amuse you.
_O_O_ Freshwater fish since 1976
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