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If those floorboards were up before the morning tea break, the diary could have been in the Saddle - courtesy of the electrician who lived just down the road - when Mike turned up for his daily beer rations before collecting Caroline from the primary school opposite.
I thought they took it to a random Liverpool university building first? How long did it take for them to ring up a random department in any number of random university-affiliated buildings across town and set up a random meeting with a random member of staff? Apparently, these details are lost to the sands of time. Funny, that.
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Forget the Patterson film...meanwhile the discussion lingers on... Brain Rawes, Eddie Lyons, Paul Dodd, Paul Feldman, etc. etc. What a confusing mess.

Who's gonna straighten it all out? And when?
You'd do well to take note of the Patterson film, tbh. This discussion will always linger on, Scott. That's the problem!
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Forget the Patterson film...meanwhile the discussion lingers on... Brain Rawes, Eddie Lyons, Paul Dodd, Paul Feldman, etc. etc. What a confusing mess.

Who's gonna straighten it all out? And when?
Letís not forget devereaux who seems to have been dropped from the story by those now reinventing it.

Remember the one Mike said gave it to him, the same one Anne said she gave it to to give Mike.

No wonder no one believes any of it.
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