In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Xxxxx1Xxxxxx@xxx.xxx writes >Who said anything about work? > >I must've missed something.... :-) > >Chris (New York, but born and bred in the UK) > >PS I got a good laugh out of Brian's posting on this. > >PPS On a serious note, I feel that the discussion on this topic is missing a >point. That is, there are horses for courses. The people who enjoy RSCDS-style >dancing tend to be people who like precision, such as mathematicians (mea >culpa), scientists, librarians and architects. Whereas those who prefer >ceilidh >dancing may well find precision tedious or worse. So shouldn't we just accept >that dancers have different personalities and different preferences, rather >than being judgmental about the behaviour of one or the other group? > >PPPS. I like contra and ceilidh too.
Precision! Architects??? Well at least he didn't add Builders to the
In point of fact there is a small class of Architects who manage to
exist entirely on theoretical projects and who never choose to build
anything in the real world. Most of the rest of us ignore them and find
their occasional jargon filled diatribes incomprehensible.
Linlithgow Country Dance Club is having a Marches Dance on Friday 13th
June in Burgh Halls, Linlithgow at 7.30, Admission £5.
There will be both Country Dances and Ceilidh dances and admission is
open to Dancers, friends, family and the general public.
The annual Scotch Hop programme should be available by now at
www.scotchhop.co.uk - 6 programmes of mixed Country and Ceilidh during
July, August and September
Live in the Real World.
Bryan McAlister B Arch RIBA ARIAS
Web page www.bryanmac.demon.co.uk
Mobile: 07732 600160 Fax: 0870 052 7625