Probably not what you'd expect.
I knew that from when I did physics at school. I thought everyone did?
Shame on you Matilda, scholar didn't have the benefit of a proper university education like wot you did.
You should be jolly well ashamed of yourself, that's what I say.
I meant school, not uni. wb btw
Yes, I realise that, but you had to work jolly hard at school in order to get into university, didn't you ?
But at least it led to the big bucks I now earn hahahahaha
Yes indeed, plus the exceedingly generous pension you'll get when you retire.
You certainly won't need to rely on charitable handouts in order to survive.
A good education set's you up for life, that's what I say, what say you ?
I'm looking forward to this gold plated pension everyone tells me I'm going to get.
Not only that, when you retire you'll have plenty of time to do scientific research which may or may not involve putting buckets of water in your freezer.
I'd have to be really bored to repeat that experiment. My favourite experiment was one we did in first year where the challenge was to make a rainbow on the ceiling. I might recreate that one because it was glittery hahaha
Perhaps nobody has bothered to repeat the experiment, which could mean that there's no independent scientific proof that it's true ?
Maybe hell freezes over so that it boils quicker.
I wonder what the bible says about that ?
Perhaps scholar could enlighten us.
Never mind about that, have you ever witnessed that experiment and if so what size buckets were used ?
I've been to hell and back, but only metaphorically.
I'm sure you have, but I bet you've never worked in a soup recycling factory for minimal wages.
I've done all sorts of jobs but I've never worked in a factory.
You've never lived if you haven't worked in a factory.
I worked in nearly every factory in Coventry during the sixties and the characters I met set me up for life.
I did six weeks in Pearce Duff's Warehouse in Bermondsey during the school holidays.
So, what you are saying, Victor, is that you are doing Life? Which prison?
Don't you believe it. Not over here. They have decided to make us work and die on the job .
And that derelict building over there will soon be the poorhouse!
I know what that's all about. I, too, was close enough to those who did run their own business not to want the hassle. I also found that there was always work there if you wanted it, provided you weren't too fussy.