wurtulla wabbit wrote:simonn wrote:Xplora wrote:You need to present an alternative policy if you want to argue against a point. You are right - faster speeds do kill... but if you won't argue speeds should be lower, or changes made, how can you defend the MHL when the elephant is in the backseat?
dodgy statistics and anecdote..
Your line from a few posts back...
So, some stats suit you and some don't, you choose to agree with a set saying one thing but then say the above about others....
That's an agenda
WW, just what are you saying here? This is from wikipedia, what is so wrong about an agenda? The way I see it without one you are not organised.
Agenda may refer to:
Agenda (meeting), points to be discussed; sometimes refers to the list of topics itself
Political agenda, the set of goals of an ideological group; also used as above, the topics under discussion by a government
Lotus Agenda, a piece of Personal Information Manager software
Agenda (liturgy), a book used in Lutheran worship
The Agenda, a current affairs television program aired by TVOntario
Agenda (poetry journal), a literary periodical in the United Kingdom
Agenda (TVNZ programme), a New Zealand current events programme
Agenda (BBC Scotland programme), a BBC Scotland current affairs programme
Personal organizer, also known as an agenda