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Old 06-28-2017, 10:11 AM
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Paul didn't 'spot' Lechmere. Lechmere was standing in the middle of the road.
I fail to see any contradiction here, Colin.

And Paul DID spot Lechmere. To spot means to notice by seeing, right?

We need a little more reality and a little less fear of touching.
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I fail to see any contradiction here, Colin.

And Paul DID spot Lechmere. To spot means to notice by seeing, right?

We need a little more reality and a little less fear of touching.
Ha!

I'm not scared to touch, Christer. I have my trusty bargepole right here!
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Ha!

I'm not scared to touch, Christer. I have my trusty bargepole right here!
How many feet are we talking about? And do you use strychnine or arsenic at the end?
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Paul didn't 'spot' Lechmere. Lechmere was standing in the middle of the road.

Actually yes, he Did spot Lechmere, but not only this:

He spotted him red-handed too!
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Actually yes, he Did spot Lechmere, but not only this:

He spotted him red-handed too!
2nd line:
That is just an opinion..

Sadly such a predisposition is not conducive to reasoned research.


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I will say, he spotted him red-handed , and blue handed!

Blue for breathing
and Red for the bleeding

Red-handed and Blue-handed

That is called, Multi-tasking!
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I will say, he spotted him red-handed , and blue handed!

Blue for breathing
and Red for the bleeding

Red-handed and Blue-handed

That is called, Multi-tasking!
And I thought it was Steve who had been drinking all day....
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I will say, he spotted him red-handed , and blue handed!

Blue for breathing
and Red for the bleeding

Red-handed and Blue-handed

That is called, Multi-tasking!

Pointless post.
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And I thought it was Steve who had been drinking all day....


Only 3 pints. More the shame.

Just got home.


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Actually yes, he Did spot Lechmere, but not only this:

He spotted him red-handed too!
The killer's hands would indeed have been red, which begs the question: why didn't Lechmere - f*** it, Cross - not only linger with Paul, but accompanied him to find, and actually talk at some length to, a police officer?

The idea that Cross was the killer is entirely incongruent with such considerations.
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