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Stepson's Rottie on a visit with one of our Lhasas giving her the "am I bovvered" look
Meg is a big softie. The only problem was when she was a bit younger she had a tendency to jump up in excitement when she saw me and believe me you don't want about 50kg of Rottie launching themselves at you
Very entertaining thread (I used to teach Maths ) I must admit I never came across BODMAS (or BIDMAS as it is also often called) when I was at school, but we did learn about the priorities of arithmetic operators. One thing to be careful of when applying it though is that division and multiplication have equal priority as do addition and subtraction - you determine which of them to do first by working from left to right. For instance 5-2+3 would be 0 if you followed the BODMAS rule exactly, but the correct answer is 6 as you will find if you enter it into a calculator.
My grandson came up with another one of these acronyms when I was helping him out on his GCSE trigonometry. It was SOHCAHTOA - I'd never heard of that either! I've since discovered another version of that which I think is much better "Some Old Hag Cracked All Her Teeth On Apples"
It brings back a few memories for me as well. I lived near Upton Park as we used to call it when I was 9/10 and that is where I saw my first ever live football match - West ham were in the 2nd division in those days, but I guess I must have seen Malcolm Allinson playing for them. I thoroughly enjoyed it on the few occasions I managed to persuade my Dad to take me
Funnily enough, I have been looking at an alternative to the Nautilus Mini this morning. Not that great a choice in 19mm diameter atties, but I opted for the Joyetech Ego one. Another possibility I found was the Eleaf GS Air 2. Both are available in black