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km vs miles in log (Read 1633 times)

    Is that measurement in km or miles?

     Pay attention, depends on your default unit

       Pay attention, depends on your default unit

       

      I can't find the default for Johnson, the Big Unit. 

       

      I blame Trent.

        Oh wait, I have another:

         

        There is a user who does not understand the difference between "explicit' and "implied" when writing, "The explicit examples were out there in my log."

        He wanted you to take the log and incorporate it by reference.

        “Everything you need is already inside.” -- Bill Bowerman

          He wanted you to take the log and incorporate it by reference.

           

          When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?

             

            We have to stop meeting like this.

            “Everything you need is already inside.” -- Bill Bowerman

            drifter


              Trent, each of your accounts is wrong. I have no interest arguing more with such a slow "established" paid user.

               

              Go for a run!


              Prince of Fatness

                I laughed.

                 

                Dude, why are you picking on the noobs?  Have a beer.

                Semi-retired.


                A Dance with Monkeys

                  Being a slow nonrunner who has been too ill lately to drink much beer or log many miles, I gotta find entertainment somewhere.


                  Prince of Fatness

                    Well get better because I see an increase in your beer inventory in the very near future.

                     

                    Hopefully that was clear.

                    Semi-retired.


                    A Dance with Monkeys


                    A Dance with Monkeys

                      Trent, each of your accounts is wrong.

                       

                      Regardless, this one ain't: "Trent pays money to the person who owns, develops, maintains, serves and generally runs RA so that Trent can use it.  That makes trent among RA's users.  As a user, Trent has always respected the person who owns, develops, maintains, serves and generally runs RA."

                       

                      Me, I'm just a RA user.

                        Well, okay, here is an example:

                         

                        Trent pays money to the person who owns, develops, maintains, serves and generally runs RA so that Trent can use it.  That makes trent among RA's users.  As a user, Trent has always respected the person who owns, develops, maintains, serves and generally runs RA.

                         

                        Here is another:

                         

                        As an IT user, I envy an environment where the site owner lests new users abuse other, more established users. 

                         

                        Biff! Bam! Pow!
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