Years ago I was sitting in a restaurant with some friends. In the next booth some people were discussing proper Formula One Racing driving methods. These guys knew everything! Proper shifting methods, how to take a turn most efficiently, etc. Unfortunately they were all 14-year-old boys. No drivers licenses yet let alone any likely experience behind the wheel of a half million dollar race car.
Now I'm perfectly willing to accept that the kid's might be right in some respects in terms of their knowledge gleaned from various sources. But they probably should hesitate to argue with people who've actually driven an F1... And there is a very deep question about how much they could truly to be said to understand the topic without having ever been behind the wheel.
IMHO you do that a lot, Graham. As a matter of fact I would say you just did that in a rather profound way.
And I'm trying to do that less. So on that note... Toodles.
A touch of the same ol same ol? I think those kids knew quite a bit about formula 1 by your description.
I'm a formula 1 driver by that analogy, maybe formula 2, so what's your point? Are you one of those kids?
What's your view on Koshi by the way?