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  1. avatar says

    I appreciate the knowledge of mr. Mike about the subject, but I must say that I resent the fact, that the guy moved to the Baltics and still mixes it up with the Balkans. Quite English I would dare to say.
    Apart from that, I really do like the lectures, and the quality is at the appropriate level. Examples Mike comes up with are genuinly helping me to memorise what needs to be memorised.
    So thank you for that.

    • Profile photo of MikeLittle says

      Er, no! Having lived 10 years in the Baltics, it really is most unlikely that I’m going to confuse them with the Balkans. It may be that I was telling a story (as a digression) in which I probably referred to English people generally having not much idea about the geographical location of the Baltics often confusing them with the Balkans.

      And before thousands of English people start writing in in protest, just ask among your pals if they know where the Baltics are!

  2. avatar says

    @MikeLittle I had no idea you were so knowledgeable in regards to cricket as well! I mean, remembering Matt Prior’s name and his position in the English Cricket team goes to show you do follow cricket (to some extent). Wow, kinda impressive as I am quite passionate about the sport. :D

    • Profile photo of MikeLittle says

      Relying on him tomorrow to rescue us from a losing position against Sri Lanka. Not holding out much hope, though. Seems to be a strong under-current of criticism asking for Cook to resign as captain.

      Idiot short-sighted fools!

      • avatar says

        Wow! Well, it really seems to be an uphill task for now but against all odds, if Prior could lead his team to a famous draw I’d consider that a moral victory for Captain Cook and Co.

        Let’s see how it unfolds.

  3. avatar says

    Hello Mike. Is freedom of information going to come up at any point in exams? This is a becoming an ever increasing burden on resources. The public sector are under a lot of scrutiny and newspapers/unions are constantly digging. Queries usually concern top management, benefits, costs etc.

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