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    Question Riding Time

    Second hand or no second hand, that is the question...
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    Just secondhand!

    cheers, Paul

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    Sorry, but I can't see any connection whatever to Windows 10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BATcher View Post
    Sorry, but I can't see any connection whatever to Windows 10.
    Ah, come on, now... the pictures are Win10 screens & everything. That's just SOoo obvious Geeesh Can't see the connection? Oh, well, then must be wireless

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    Get it? Can't see any connection if it's wi-fi (teehee)

    Gotta just horse around occasionally. I can't be serious, grumpy & just boring tech talk all the time.
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    Not at all obvious to me either, but I see the thread has been moved to a more appropriate Forum.

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    Not a sense of hunour, exactly... but, an occasional sense of casual (pointless) fun oft goes a long way.

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    With 'humour' like that, you are more likely to be doing time, rather than riding it!
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    So much for Shakspearian inspiration, geeesh.

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    Did he ever spell his name Shakspear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by access-mdb View Post
    Did he ever spell his name Shakspear?
    Terrific, someone, namely you, so quick to so very nicely & graciously point out a typo. Here's the correction for you - Shakespearian

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    Obviously you are not aware that Shakespeare spelt his name more than one way - I'm not sure if Shakspear was one of them, hence the question...

    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spellin...peare%27s_name

    Perhaps I should have put a smiley in...

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    At last! Some humour in this thread...!
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    WordWeb for Windows says it can be "Shakespeare" or "Shakspere": "English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest English writers (1564-1616)", AKA "Bard of Avon".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew1903 View Post
    ...but, an occasional sense of casual (pointless) fun oft goes a long way.
    Has Drew's use of "oft" caused confusion in later posts?

    Could it be Drew didn't have Shakespeare in mind, rather Scottish author Robbie Burns, "best laid plans a' men an' meece aft gang agly" (best laid plans of men and mice often go astray).
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    oft
     [˘ft]
    Use oft in a sentence



    adverb
    1.Oft is defined as short for often.

    An example of oft is a poem referencing a voice often heard; the oft-heard voice.

    The OP was based on "to be or not to be"

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