Originally Posted by Iconoclast
I'd say that Kaz made a fair challenge to the M-as-brighter-than-the-F argument (that is, whatever Maybrick used for the F was too thin so he used something else for the M or refreshed the blood (presumably) for the M).
Sorry, but that just doesn't make sense. He could always have gone back and "touched-up" the F if that had been the case. If he wanted to write "FM", the "F" would have been much clearer than it is, no doubt about it.
Kind regards, Sam Flynn
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