[r-t] Doubles 240s
camp at bellringers.org
Tue Mar 17 18:24:08 UTC 2015
At 14:37 on 17 March 2015, Alexander Holroyd wrote:
> There are plenty of things that I "dislike" in ringing, but for me this
> does not translate to any desire to prevent or discourage other people
> from ringing them. Obviously Mark and others feel differently in this
> regard. I wish I understood why...
> On Sun, 15 Mar 2015, Mark Davies wrote:
>> I believe change-ringing should involve changing bells!
Reluctant as always to mix it with the theory pros on this list, I
nevertheless agree with MBD. (This may be a first.) But this isn't
because of what I like or don't like: it's a question of definition,
like so many arguments.
The expression "null change" is weasely. It isn't a change at all.
You don't say that you have rung a null peal if the band doesn't even
get to the tower. And, as Marky says, change-ringing implies changes.
Where do you stop, otherwise? Is 5000 rounds a peal?
It isn't a question of wanting to stop other people from doing things.
Ring your 5000 rounds, by all means. Just don't call it
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