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Frank Williams' favourite movie quote is ...
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Brian W Lawrence
2017-12-01 10:07:08 UTC
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<http://www.heraldseries.co.uk/news/15689261.Williams_F1_founder_reveals_his_favourite_movie_quote_to_military_visitors/?ref=eb>

Several photos in Williams Heritage Collection too.

"The 75-year-old, whose daughter Claire is now team principal, revealed
that his favourite movie was Top Gun, with his favourite quote from the
film being 'I feel the need, the need for speed!'."

I haven't heard before that new mom Claire, is now team principal, and
in fact she is still described as deputy on their website. Sloppy
journalism perhaps.
~misfit~
2017-12-01 13:05:40 UTC
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<http://www.heraldseries.co.uk/news/15689261.Williams_F1_founder_reveals_his_favourite_movie_quote_to_military_visitors/?ref=eb>
Several photos in Williams Heritage Collection too.
"The 75-year-old, whose daughter Claire is now team principal,
revealed that his favourite movie was Top Gun, with his favourite
quote from the film being 'I feel the need, the need for speed!'."
He said that in the 'Williams' documentary. (Along with running an F1 team
is like going through life with a constant hard-on, being responsible for
putting some of the best drivers in the world in some of the fastsest
cars...)
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I haven't heard before that new mom Claire, is now team principal, and
in fact she is still described as deputy on their website. Sloppy
journalism perhaps.
I think that it's no secret Claire's been acting pricinple for quite a while
now. Frank's only really there so he can still enjoy his hard-on, Claire
makes all of the decisions.

The doco was really interesting - very personal.
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Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy
little classification in the DSM*."
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(*Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)
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2017-12-01 16:40:25 UTC
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Frank's only really there so he can still enjoy his hard-on
While you enjoy other guy's hard-on's.
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2017-12-01 16:45:24 UTC
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The doco was really interesting - very personal.
Yes, you keep talking about his penis.
M2T
2017-12-01 14:48:58 UTC
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<http://www.heraldseries.co.uk/news/15689261.Williams_F1_founder_reveals_his_favourite_movie_quote_to_military_visitors/?ref=eb>
Several photos in Williams Heritage Collection too.
"The 75-year-old, whose daughter Claire is now team principal, revealed
that his favourite movie was Top Gun, with his favourite quote from the
film being 'I feel the need, the need for speed!'."
I haven't heard before that new mom Claire, is now team principal, and
in fact she is still described as deputy on their website. Sloppy
journalism perhaps.
New "mom" ?? WTF
Brian W Lawrence
2017-12-01 16:53:29 UTC
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<http://www.heraldseries.co.uk/news/15689261.Williams_F1_founder_reveals_his_favourite_movie_quote_to_military_visitors/?ref=eb>
Several photos in Williams Heritage Collection too.
"The 75-year-old, whose daughter Claire is now team principal,
revealed that his favourite movie was Top Gun, with his favourite
quote from the film being 'I feel the need, the need for speed!'."
I haven't heard before that new mom Claire, is now team principal, and
in fact she is still described as deputy on their website. Sloppy
journalism perhaps.
New "mom" ??  WTF
<http://www.crash.net/f1/news/884556/1/claire-williams-gives-birth-to-a-boy>

"Williams has been absent from the Asian flyaway races as she prepared
for the birth of her first child with husband Marc Harris. Having
announced her pregnancy via the team’s Twitter account earlier in the
year, the team has once again broken the news of the birth of Nathaniel
(Nate) Louis Harris who was born at 10:30AM on the 10th October."
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2017-12-01 16:53:57 UTC
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New "mom" ?? WTF
Yes, you and your boyfriend would have to adopt.
~misfit~
2017-12-01 23:44:52 UTC
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<http://www.heraldseries.co.uk/news/15689261.Williams_F1_founder_reveals_his_favourite_movie_quote_to_military_visitors/?ref=eb>
Several photos in Williams Heritage Collection too.
"The 75-year-old, whose daughter Claire is now team principal,
revealed that his favourite movie was Top Gun, with his favourite
quote from the film being 'I feel the need, the need for speed!'."
I haven't heard before that new mom Claire, is now team principal,
and in fact she is still described as deputy on their website. Sloppy
journalism perhaps.
New "mom" ?? WTF
It's an interchangable spelling apparently. I'm British born (Birmingham)
and my mother always signs Xmas and B'day cards and letters "Mom". It's more
common in the US but not unknown in the UK.
--
Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy
little classification in the DSM*."
David Melville (in r.a.s.f1)
(*Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)
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2017-12-02 00:16:41 UTC
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I haven't heard before that new mom Claire, is now team principal,
and in fact she is still described as deputy on their website.
Sloppy journalism perhaps.
New "mom" ?? WTF
It's an interchangable spelling apparently. I'm British born
(Birmingham) and my mother always signs Xmas and B'day cards and
letters "Mom". It's more common in the US but not unknown in the UK.
From
https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/298636/which-is-the-correct-spelling-of-mom-mum-in-the-uk

"So in fact both 'mom' and 'mum' are words derived from the word 'mamma'
with early recorded usage back in the 1570s in England.

It's interesting to note also that there are regional differences across the
UK, in the Midlands the word 'mom' is sometimes used still (owing to
dialectical inflection) while in Northern Ireland 'mam' is in popular usage,
and recognized as an informal word for 'mother', with origins dating back to
the 16th century."

I guess Birmingham is near enough to the Midlands. ;)

Apparently USAians couldn't get their heads around the fact that their
female parents shared a pet name with dead Egyptian royalty so never use
'mummy' and 'mum' for their mothers. ;)
--
Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy
little classification in the DSM*."
David Melville (in r.a.s.f1)
(*Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)
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2017-12-02 01:20:36 UTC
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I haven't heard before that new mom Claire, is now team principal,
and in fact she is still described as deputy on their website.
Sloppy journalism perhaps.
New "mom" ?? WTF
It's an interchangable spelling apparently. I'm British born
(Birmingham) and my mother always signs Xmas and B'day cards and
letters "Mom". It's more common in the US but not unknown in the UK.
From
https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/298636/which-is-the-correct-spelling-of-mom-mum-in-the-uk
"So in fact both 'mom' and 'mum' are words derived from the word 'mamma'
with early recorded usage back in the 1570s in England.
It's interesting to note also that there are regional differences across the
UK, in the Midlands the word 'mom' is sometimes used still (owing to
dialectical inflection) while in Northern Ireland 'mam' is in popular usage,
and recognized as an informal word for 'mother', with origins dating back to
the 16th century."
I guess Birmingham is near enough to the Midlands. ;)
Apparently USAians couldn't get their heads around the fact that their
female parents shared a pet name with dead Egyptian royalty so never use
'mummy' and 'mum' for their mothers. ;)
Talking to yourself, asshole?
Killfile some more people.
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2017-12-02 02:20:18 UTC
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It's an interchangable spelling apparently. I'm British born
(Birmingham) and my mother always signs Xmas and B'day cards and
letters "Mom". It's more common in the US but not unknown in the UK.
From
https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/298636/which-is-the-correct-spelling-of-mom-mum-in-the-uk
"So in fact both 'mom' and 'mum' are words derived from the word 'mamma'
with early recorded usage back in the 1570s in England.
It's interesting to note also that there are regional differences across the
UK, in the Midlands the word 'mom' is sometimes used still (owing to
dialectical inflection) while in Northern Ireland 'mam' is in popular usage,
and recognized as an informal word for 'mother', with origins dating back to
the 16th century."
I guess Birmingham is near enough to the Midlands. ;)
Apparently USAians couldn't get their heads around the fact that their
female parents shared a pet name with dead Egyptian royalty so never use
'mummy' and 'mum' for their mothers. ;)
Thank you for sticking to F1 only related content here.
That you requested.
You fucking, prescription drug, stoned, hypocrite, idiot.
Halmyre
2017-12-04 07:36:03 UTC
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I haven't heard before that new mom Claire, is now team principal,
and in fact she is still described as deputy on their website.
Sloppy journalism perhaps.
New "mom" ?? WTF
It's an interchangable spelling apparently. I'm British born
(Birmingham) and my mother always signs Xmas and B'day cards and
letters "Mom". It's more common in the US but not unknown in the UK.
From
https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/298636/which-is-the-correct-spelling-of-mom-mum-in-the-uk
"So in fact both 'mom' and 'mum' are words derived from the word 'mamma'
with early recorded usage back in the 1570s in England.
It's interesting to note also that there are regional differences across the
UK, in the Midlands the word 'mom' is sometimes used still (owing to
dialectical inflection) while in Northern Ireland 'mam' is in popular usage,
and recognized as an informal word for 'mother', with origins dating back to
the 16th century."
I guess Birmingham is near enough to the Midlands. ;)
Apparently USAians couldn't get their heads around the fact that their
female parents shared a pet name with dead Egyptian royalty so never use
'mummy' and 'mum' for their mothers. ;)
One should always refer to one's parents as 'mater' and 'pater'. Anything else is terribly déclassé.
~misfit~
2017-12-04 22:57:37 UTC
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I haven't heard before that new mom Claire, is now team principal,
and in fact she is still described as deputy on their website.
Sloppy journalism perhaps.
New "mom" ?? WTF
It's an interchangable spelling apparently. I'm British born
(Birmingham) and my mother always signs Xmas and B'day cards and
letters "Mom". It's more common in the US but not unknown in the UK.
From
https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/298636/which-is-the-correct-spelling-of-mom-mum-in-the-uk
"So in fact both 'mom' and 'mum' are words derived from the word
'mamma' with early recorded usage back in the 1570s in England.
It's interesting to note also that there are regional differences
across the UK, in the Midlands the word 'mom' is sometimes used
still (owing to dialectical inflection) while in Northern Ireland
'mam' is in popular usage, and recognized as an informal word for
'mother', with origins dating back to the 16th century."
I guess Birmingham is near enough to the Midlands. ;)
Apparently USAians couldn't get their heads around the fact that
their female parents shared a pet name with dead Egyptian royalty so
never use 'mummy' and 'mum' for their mothers. ;)
One should always refer to one's parents as 'mater' and 'pater'.
Anything else is terribly déclassé.
Indeed old boy. I didn't say otherwise, just that, in personal informal
correspondence mater reffered to *herself* as 'Mom'.

;-)
--
Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy
little classification in the DSM*."
David Melville (in r.a.s.f1)
(*Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)
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2017-12-02 01:38:43 UTC
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my mother
a whore
Brian W Lawrence
2017-12-02 18:19:40 UTC
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New "mom" ?? WTF
It's an interchangable spelling apparently. I'm British born (Birmingham)
and my mother always signs Xmas and B'day cards and letters "Mom". It's more
common in the US but not unknown in the UK.
I was trying to be brief & once I put 'new' it seemed logical to use
that spelling. I'd probably use mum if I needed to use the word, which
is unlikely.
bra
2017-12-03 00:34:43 UTC
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I was trying to be brief & once I put 'new' it seemed logical to use
that spelling.
But not mu as in שטום
bra
2017-12-03 00:36:00 UTC
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On Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 10:19:42 AM UTC-8, Brian Lawrence wrote:
I'd probably use mum if I needed to use the word, which
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is unlikely.
But not mum as in keep shtum: שטום
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