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Old 07-27-2012, 01:14 AM
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Mike,

A "Tumblety look-alike" contest suggests itself. Of course, to match the "Quack with the knack" in terms of lip spinach, the judging might well have to be deferred until a 2022 conference. As it is, I would think Dr. T. bought moustache wax by the gallon. I grew a most modest example for the recreation in town of an 1870 event and the wax came in a tiny little squeeze tube. Can't see it working for Frank.
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Mike,

A "Tumblety look-alike" contest suggests itself. Of course, to match the "Quack with the knack" in terms of lip spinach, the judging might well have to be deferred until a 2022 conference. As it is, I would think Dr. T. bought moustache wax by the gallon. I grew a most modest example for the recreation in town of an 1870 event and the wax came in a tiny little squeeze tube. Can't see it working for Frank.
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Hi Don,

So true. Maybe this is the connection to the wax museum? Hmmm.
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A "Tumblety look-alike" contest suggests itself.
Hey Supe,

Can I enter?

I've already started applying a sovereign herbal hair tonic to my upper lip.

Should be ready for the contest in 5-10 years.

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PS: But I may need more time if we're supposed to grow our mustaches down the backs of our necks like Mike said.
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Hello Tom. Thanks for the kind words. It was mostly a food for thought piece.

In future, I hope to do a John Kelly testimony piece--unless, of course, Don wisely tells me to go away. (heh-heh)

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Hello Don. Kudos to you on this issue. In particular, Cris Malone is to be commended on a well written and scholarly piece. Call me old fashioned, but I believe that forensics is the way to solve a case--as is done here.

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Really enjoyed this issue.

Well done all round, excellent contributions and well put together.

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Neil.

Well done all round, excellent contributions and well put together.

Go on, you really liked the photos of Scalby Manor and the roast beef inside, LOL.

Really, though, coming from you that bit of praise is meaningful. Well done Cris, Lynn, Joe and Siobhan.

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Hey Don,

I never have the Roast Beef, always Gammon.

The photos were only secondary to the article.

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Haven't yet but perused this issue a quick'ne "on the sly“ (will read it carefully in about a week or so), but I'm most deeply interested in Cris Malone's article and in Joe Chetcuti's Tumblety research. I've read some of Chetcuti's contributions in several Ripper Notes issues, I assume this is his first comeback after a few years?
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Haven't yet but perused this issue a quick'ne "on the sly“ (will read it carefully in about a week or so), but I'm most deeply interested in Cris Malone's article and in Joe Chetcuti's Tumblety research. I've read some of Chetcuti's contributions in several Ripper Notes issues, I assume this is his first comeback after a few years?
Hi mariab,

Joe's been pretty consistent lately. He had the leading article in NIR 2, he's got an article out in the latest Ripperologist, a couple in the Whitechapel Society in the last year or so. He's also been helping out some other researchers. One that comes to mind was Roger Palmer's dissertation.

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