macliam wrote:Stop proving my point
You sound a very angry man
Not preaching, just expect civilitymacliam wrote:Not at all - but I don't suffer fools gladly.
This thread has lost all relevancy. You may come back preaching if you like, but I'm out.
Almost a week ago, you started a new thread with a question about capped transactions. I gave a fairly full reply which Kevchess echoed. Now I don't need a constant stream of thanks, but there is no sign that you even returned to that thread, let alone found the comments useful.Boro Boy wrote:.. just expect[ing] civility
Note the report on the BBC websiteBoro Boy wrote:At last the official nomination list is available to accept votes on the Bank of England website: https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/banknot ... ominations
The pole is accepting votes for deceased scientists; low and behold Margaret Thatcher (apart from being the First Female Prime Minister) is also a deceased scientist so open for nomination.
I'd go for Ada, at least she did something worthwhile..........Boro Boy wrote: ↑Mon Nov 26, 2018 6:37 pmLook like Margaret Thatcher is one of the contenders: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/news/ba ... spartanntp