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Old September 5th 19, 03:46 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Bret Cahill
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Stats, math and logic are not required for an American journalism degree. One might think the precipitous loss of jobs in journalism + market forces would have raised these low standards.

One would be wrong.

This is easy to explain: Shills for the 0.001% try to make as big a mockery of democracy as possible by spinning their pseudo populist nonsense as being "democratic" or "of the people."

So they hire as many air heads as possible.

This one apparently thinks there's privacy on public roads:

https://www.citylab.com/transportati...rivacy/596260/

Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?


Bret Cahill
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Old September 5th 19, 05:21 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Mr Pounder Esquire
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Bret Cahill wrote:
Stats, math and logic are not required for an American journalism
degree. One might think the precipitous loss of jobs in journalism +
market forces would have raised these low standards.

One would be wrong.

This is easy to explain: Shills for the 0.001% try to make as big a
mockery of democracy as possible by spinning their pseudo populist
nonsense as being "democratic" or "of the people."

So they hire as many air heads as possible.

This one apparently thinks there's privacy on public roads:

https://www.citylab.com/transportati...rivacy/596260/

Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?


Bret Cahill


What part of this is a UK group do you fail to understand?
I post here and am not interested in what you do in your country. **** off.


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Old September 5th 19, 05:59 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Simon Jester
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On Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 5:21:39 PM UTC+1, Mr Pounder Esquire wrote:
Bret Cahill wrote:
Stats, math and logic are not required for an American journalism
degree. One might think the precipitous loss of jobs in journalism +
market forces would have raised these low standards.

One would be wrong.

This is easy to explain: Shills for the 0.001% try to make as big a
mockery of democracy as possible by spinning their pseudo populist
nonsense as being "democratic" or "of the people."

So they hire as many air heads as possible.

This one apparently thinks there's privacy on public roads:

https://www.citylab.com/transportati...rivacy/596260/

Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?


Bret Cahill


What part of this is a UK group do you fail to understand?


Which part of 'Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?' did you not understand.

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Old September 5th 19, 06:42 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Mr Pounder Esquire
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Simon Jester wrote:
On Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 5:21:39 PM UTC+1, Mr Pounder
Esquire wrote:
Bret Cahill wrote:
Stats, math and logic are not required for an American journalism
degree. One might think the precipitous loss of jobs in journalism
+ market forces would have raised these low standards.

One would be wrong.

This is easy to explain: Shills for the 0.001% try to make as big a
mockery of democracy as possible by spinning their pseudo populist
nonsense as being "democratic" or "of the people."

So they hire as many air heads as possible.

This one apparently thinks there's privacy on public roads:

https://www.citylab.com/transportati...rivacy/596260/

Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?


Bret Cahill


What part of this is a UK group do you fail to understand?


Which part of 'Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?' did you
not understand.


What part of I was not replying to you do you fail to understand?
You really are quite a stupid person. But cyclists are not noted for brain
cells.



  #5  
Old September 5th 19, 09:19 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Simon Jester
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On Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 6:42:27 PM UTC+1, Mr Pounder Esquire wrote:
Simon Jester wrote:
On Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 5:21:39 PM UTC+1, Mr Pounder
Esquire wrote:
Bret Cahill wrote:
Stats, math and logic are not required for an American journalism
degree. One might think the precipitous loss of jobs in journalism
+ market forces would have raised these low standards.

One would be wrong.

This is easy to explain: Shills for the 0.001% try to make as big a
mockery of democracy as possible by spinning their pseudo populist
nonsense as being "democratic" or "of the people."

So they hire as many air heads as possible.

This one apparently thinks there's privacy on public roads:

https://www.citylab.com/transportati...rivacy/596260/

Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?


Bret Cahill

What part of this is a UK group do you fail to understand?


Which part of 'Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?' did you
not understand.


What part of I was not replying to you do you fail to understand?


I didn't see the invisible part of your post where you said "I was not replying to you."

You really are quite a stupid person. But cyclists are not noted for brain
cells.


Does that include Albert Einstein?

  #6  
Old September 6th 19, 12:25 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
TMS320
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On 05/09/2019 18:42, Mr Pounder Esquire wrote:

You really are quite a stupid person. But cyclists are not noted for brain
cells.


Your brain cells are not a poster model for non-cyclists.
  #7  
Old September 6th 19, 12:53 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Bret Cahill
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Default Privacy On Public Roads

Stats, math and logic are not required for an American journalism
degree. One might think the precipitous loss of jobs in journalism +
market forces would have raised these low standards.

One would be wrong.

This is easy to explain: Shills for the 0.001% try to make as big a
mockery of democracy as possible by spinning their pseudo populist
nonsense as being "democratic" or "of the people."

So they hire as many air heads as possible.

This one apparently thinks there's privacy on public roads:

https://www.citylab.com/transportati...rivacy/596260/

Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?


Bret Cahill


What part of this is a UK group do you fail to understand?


The un moderated part.





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Old September 6th 19, 08:11 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Bod[_5_]
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On 05/09/2019 21:19, Simon Jester wrote:
On Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 6:42:27 PM UTC+1, Mr Pounder Esquire wrote:
Simon Jester wrote:
On Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 5:21:39 PM UTC+1, Mr Pounder
Esquire wrote:
Bret Cahill wrote:
Stats, math and logic are not required for an American journalism
degree. One might think the precipitous loss of jobs in journalism
+ market forces would have raised these low standards.

One would be wrong.

This is easy to explain: Shills for the 0.001% try to make as big a
mockery of democracy as possible by spinning their pseudo populist
nonsense as being "democratic" or "of the people."

So they hire as many air heads as possible.

This one apparently thinks there's privacy on public roads:

https://www.citylab.com/transportati...rivacy/596260/

Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?


Bret Cahill

What part of this is a UK group do you fail to understand?

Which part of 'Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?' did you
not understand.


What part of I was not replying to you do you fail to understand?


I didn't see the invisible part of your post where you said "I was not replying to you."

You really are quite a stupid person. But cyclists are not noted for brain
cells.


Does that include Albert Einstein?

*Scientists for Cycling*


The Scientists for Cycling network, launched at the Velo-city Global
2010 conference in Copenhagen, arises from the recognition that there is
a large number of experts worldwide in many different academic
disciplines who are able and ready to contribute to ECF’s mission: to
improve and to increase cycling.

https://ecf.com/community/scientists-cycling

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Old September 6th 19, 10:48 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Peter Keller[_3_]
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On 06/09/2019 05:42, Mr Pounder Esquire wrote:
Simon Jester wrote:
On Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 5:21:39 PM UTC+1, Mr Pounder
Esquire wrote:
Bret Cahill wrote:
Stats, math and logic are not required for an American journalism
degree. One might think the precipitous loss of jobs in journalism
+ market forces would have raised these low standards.

One would be wrong.

This is easy to explain: Shills for the 0.001% try to make as big a
mockery of democracy as possible by spinning their pseudo populist
nonsense as being "democratic" or "of the people."

So they hire as many air heads as possible.

This one apparently thinks there's privacy on public roads:

https://www.citylab.com/transportati...rivacy/596260/

Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?


Bret Cahill

What part of this is a UK group do you fail to understand?


Which part of 'Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?' did you
not understand.


What part of I was not replying to you do you fail to understand?
You really are quite a stupid person. But cyclists are not noted for brain
cells.



Although Pounder is jawless, he has two rows of tooth-like structures
made of keratin that he uses to burrow deep into carcasses.
  #10  
Old September 6th 19, 06:38 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Bret Cahill
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Posts: 731
Default Privacy On Public Roads

Stats, math and logic are not required for an American journalism degree. One might think the precipitous loss of jobs in journalism + market forces would have raised these low standards.

One would be wrong.


This is easy to explain: Shills for the 0.001% try to make as big a mockery of democracy as possible by spinning their pseudo populist nonsense as being "democratic" or "of the people."


So they hire as many air heads as possible.


This one apparently thinks there's privacy on public roads:


https://www.citylab.com/transportati...rivacy/596260/


Are these apps getting popular in the U.K.?


The writer is unwittingly an apologist for or even a supporter of the text book description of despotism aka "libertarianism":

"Despotism, by it's very nature suspicious, sees the isolation of men as the best guarantee of its own permanence. So it usually does all it can to isolate them. Of all the vices of the human heart egoism is that which suits despotism best. A despot will lightly forgive his subjects for not loving him provided they do not love one another. He does not ask them to help him guide the state; it is enough if they do not claim to manage it themselves. He calls on those who try to unite their efforts to create a general prosperity 'turbulent and restless spirits' and twisting the natural meanings of words, he calls those 'good citizens' who care for none but themselves."

-- Tocqueville "How the Americans Combat the Effects of Individualism By Free Institutions" (1833) George Lawrence Translation (1966).

Koch was never the main driver of libertarianism in the U. S. Most of it comes from the main stream media.


Bret Cahill




 




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