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Old 01-02-2016, 03:38 PM
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So it's worthless then.
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Old 01-02-2016, 03:39 PM
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Hi all,

Here I some data....Pierre, in just 4 months, you have started 33 separate threads. I'm phoning The Guinness Book of Records!! That's not a compliment btw.....

That's about 8 a month, or 2 a week. Yes, I did the math. But remarkably, you have presented NOTHING. Zilch!! This gives everyone else an idea where your proposed theory lies....IN THE CLOUDS!

How can anyone take you seriously?

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[b]Hi,

" and it contains the full name of the person I think was the killer."

Pierre,

is this name written in normal English, or it it metaphorical?
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It is metaphorical. If he had written in normal English they would have caught him immediately on this occasion.

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Darn quote function.

Try again.

So it's worthless then, because it relies on your brilliance like the mile and MJKs room???
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I have come to a conclusion regarding the use of metaphysics and or metaphorical language by the suspect Pierre has chosen. Scotland Yard made a serious error in this case - they should not have used Frederick Abberline.

Instead they should have used Henry Sidgewick or gone to Germany and asked the assistance of Friedrich Nietzche to review the evidence and all those marvelous letters to better come to some grasp of the complexities of the case.

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I'm good at guessing!
Metaphorical? No problem!
Challenge accepted!

Found him, he goes by the name of:

sir purrnest meowington snugglebottom

I mean, come on! Look at the hideous mustache, he looks suspicious!


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Old 01-02-2016, 04:06 PM
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I have come to a conclusion regarding the use of metaphysics and or metaphorical language by the suspect Pierre has chosen. Scotland Yard made a serious error in this case - they should not have used Frederick Abberline.

Instead they should have used Henry Sidgewick or gone to Germany and asked the assistance of Friedrich Nietzche to review the evidence and all those marvelous letters to better come to some grasp of the complexities of the case.

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My votes for Nietzche.

Or what about Joan (Joan was quizzical studied metaphysical science....)

As much sense as some else makes anyway (won't use his name or he might appear).
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This is hilarious. I feel like I'm trapped in a Monty Python sketch. 😂
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This is hilarious. I feel like I'm trapped in a Monty Python sketch. 😂
... This is a very silly thread!"
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I'm good at guessing!
Metaphorical? No problem!
Challenge accepted!

Found him, he goes by the name of:

sir purrnest meowington snugglebottom

I mean, come on! Look at the hideous mustache, he looks suspicious!


Enjoy!
Suspiciously like Prater's cat, Diddles, 'cept Diddles was black so,
.....oh, silly me, of course...Diddles in disguise, with stripes on!
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... This is a very silly thread!"
Like most of the threads started by Pierre.
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