Now, to ‘facilitate’: there’s an interesting verb.
Is it some sort of rustic metaphor?
Is it legal?
Does it mean …
- ‘... to make things easy’, as it were from the French?
- Or could it be, according to OED, ‘having a superficial and simplistic knowledge’?
- Then there’s ‘… ignoring the true complexities of an issue; superficial …’
- Other dictionaries come up with words/phrases like: ‘trivial,’ ‘unsubstantiated opinion,’ ‘commonplace,’ etc.
Ignoring such facile nonsense, 13 people came along to make sure that we had an enjoyable evening of music.
We couldn’t ignore that we’re in May-time …
|Hail, hail ...|
|What a bonny moorhen.|
Mick's tune of dubious origin ...
something to do with lead.
|She walks these hills ...|
|On being the ploughman's joy.|
Did anyone notice that we now have low-risk luminescence?
|You don't have to blow them out|
... and they're COOL!
These cost the club less than £1.00 each, inc. batteries and p&p from here.
With 80 hours battery-life, we should be OK for a few weeks.
Would anybody like to buy some redundant tea-lights?
Please make a reasonable offer to Dogsbody before I advertise them on EBay.