Erro ergo sum - Savielly Tartakower
Wait till they get to the mushy peas.
James - fish, chips and mushy peas, can't beat it.
You cannot find chips in China (or most any potato or even much bread, or sugar)I was suffering from sugar deficiency over there and one day saw a stall with brightly coloured packets and ran over to get some sweets only to find... vacuum packed chicken feet, lovely.Another day actually found some donuts !! bought a large packet and bit into one waiting for the jam only to find...black bean sauce inside.
No bread, no sugar etc, and yet precious few fat people, as they say it is not rocket science. The first thing one notices coming bck here after a sojourn in China is the obesity, oh and thirty, forty and fifty something people in wheelchairs, electric carts, walking frames and sticks.Oh and the tatoos.
MrMC - "the obesity, oh and thirty, forty and fifty something people in wheelchairs, electric carts, walking frames and sticks."I see it too, familiarity doesn't seem to lessen the impact. People who seem to use the electric carts simply because they are grossly obese - quite common. We were out and about today and the biggest queue was outside the fish and chip shop. As you say, it isn't rocket science.
Spent a day in Lowestoft a couple of years back and absolutely astounded sitting having a coffee at 10 AM, a fleet of these electric carts appeared in town, at least twenty, all heading into town with people of all ages on them, How many thousands each do they cost the taxpayer ?
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