Originally Posted by johnapril
What does this term--"all weather cut and thrust driving"--mean? I discovered it in an automotive periodical while having my car's oil changed at Jiffy Lube.
From the relatively safe confines of the customer lounge at Jiffy Lube, Mr. April, you have been cut and thrust into the battlefields of military history! Do you own any swords? I think it's so much fun to follow the meandering threads on SF.
Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
The theory is that a thrust is a quicker and more precise action than a trust, . . .
I'm a little bit confused.
When you wrote "trust", did you mean "cut"?
Simply fascinating! The discussion of military battle swords and knives is genuinely interesting to me. Perhaps J can create an entirely new category for such topics in general? Gentlemen, don't cut yourselves with those mighty blades.