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Tue, Oct 30 2012 10:13 AMPermanent Link

Carlos

Lol. The reason why I called Mr. Young Sir, is because
I come from a Law Enforcement family and been an officer
my self. Plus, respects to whom respects merits. I am not so sure who I
invented this product, I assume that Mr. Young did, so I think, that
The "Sir" or higher title very well applies.

Regards

Carlos

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Tim

>I know, I like the sound of that. So Chris, how hard is it to get knighted
>???? Wink

Dunno who Chris is but its pretty easy to get knighted. All knights have the right to give the accolade to others. That was never taken away it just gradually became bad manners for anyone other than a reigning monarch to do it. So either find a knight and bribe him or make a very large donation to the UK political party of your choice and when they're next in power you'll be knighted.

The easiest and cheapest way is simply to change your name to Sir by deep poll or whatever system you use over there.


But why stick at knight become a Duke or Leroy (the king)


Roy
Mon, Nov 5 2012 2:48 PMPermanent Link

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Steve,

<< You can purchase a small square of Scottish land and call yourself Lord
Tim Young.  Smile>>

Maybe I can live near Roy. Wink

Tim Young
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Mon, Nov 5 2012 2:50 PMPermanent Link

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Roy,

<< Dunno who Chris is >>

Chris Holland - he's my go-to guy in the UK because he's actually related to
a good friend of ours here in western NY.  No offense to you and all of the
other great folks there, although I my gut tells me that I should beware of
what the Scottish tell me about England.... Wink

<< but its pretty easy to get knighted. All knights have the right to give
the accolade to others. That was never taken away it just gradually became
bad manners for anyone other than a reigning monarch to do it. So either
find a knight and bribe him or make a very large donation to the UK
political party of your choice and when they're next in power you'll be
knighted. >>

Wow, that's a lot easier than I thought it would be.  Never mind, Chris,
I'll do it myself. Smile

Tim Young
Elevate Software
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Mon, Nov 5 2012 2:51 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Carlos,

<< Lol. The reason why I called Mr. Young Sir, is because I come from a Law
Enforcement family and been an officer my self. Plus, respects to whom
respects merits. I am not so sure who I invented this product, I assume that
Mr. Young did, so I think, that The "Sir" or higher title very well applies.
>>

I would probably disagree on that last part, but who am I to argue... Wink
(and yes, I did create EWB).

Tim Young
Elevate Software
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Mon, Nov 5 2012 2:55 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Chris,

<< Not sure about how to go about getting knighted, but as Steve pointed out
you can buy all sorts of titles from Lord, Count, Baron etc. >>

So it's sort of like buying a t-shirt that says "World's Greatest Dad" ? Wink

Thanks,

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Tue, Nov 6 2012 4:34 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

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Tim

><< You can purchase a small square of Scottish land and call yourself Lord
>Tim Young. Smile>>

>Maybe I can live near Roy. Wink

You'll be very welcome BUT you have to like rain (a lot) and dark nights and mornings for half the year, oh yes and wind (no not me going on but the atmospheric variety). On the cultural side the nearest place with more than 10 shops is 95 miles away and as for theatre or cinema that's the same.

The main thing we have is LOTS of space.

Roy (very soggy having walked the dogs)
Wed, Nov 14 2012 10:52 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Roy,

<< You'll be very welcome BUT you have to like rain (a lot) and dark nights
and mornings for half the year, oh yes and wind (no not me going on but the
atmospheric variety). On the cultural side the nearest place with more than
10 shops is 95 miles away and as for theatre or cinema that's the same. >>

Charming....in an "American Werewolf in London" kind of way. Wink

Tim Young
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Thu, Nov 15 2012 2:54 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

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Tim

>Charming....in an "American Werewolf in London" kind of way. Wink

I think that was Yorkshire (strangely enough the county I was born in) but I'll get the film out sometime soon and check.

I've never been able to make my mind up wether its a comedy or horror. Please vote now.

Roy
Mon, Nov 19 2012 3:07 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Roy,

<< I've never been able to make my mind up wether its a comedy or horror.
Please vote now. >>

It's both. Smile

Tim Young
Elevate Software
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