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GUEST,Woody England's National Musical-Instrument? (1943* d) RE: England's National Musical-Instrument? 24 Sep 08


From: GUEST,Joe
...Sometimes I doubt your academic credentials.


Glad to see I'm not the only one that doubts the veracity of WAVs qualifications. If he does have a BA he must have forgotten pretty much all that he learned.

From what I've seen most of the things he says about himself don't fully stand up to scrutiny...

e.g.
He goes on about English culture but he's culturally Australian

He pontificates about music but from his recordings & opinions he hardly qualifies for the title 'amateur'.

He goes on about his 'technical certificates' but they turn out to be of no significance unless you work in a factory.Using his standards I've got 12 "technical certificates". Does that make me an academic or highly qualified - no it does not.


...Presumably in time we'll find out that "BA" stands for "burger arrangement".


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