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Old 08-23-2017, 08:41 AM
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I passed the doorway in Goulston Street last night, and someone had literally written the word "graffiti" on the shutters. A kind of "meta-vandalism", if you like, which I thought was rather nice. Unfortunately I'd left my phone in my hotel, so couldn't take a picture of it, and by the time I went back there this morning, the chip-shop was open and the shutters were up
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My umblest apologys for spellin that wrong, Mishter Lusk
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LOL! dude you ae on a roll today with the witticisms!!
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I passed the doorway in Goulston Street last night, and someone had literally written the word "graffiti" on the shutters. A kind of "meta-vandalism", if you like, which I thought was rather nice. Unfortunately I'd left my phone in my hotel, so couldn't take a picture of it, and by the time I went back there this morning, the chip-shop was open and the shutters were up
Are you saying that someone erased the word graffiti Sam?
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I wish I had gotten there last year when I was in town.

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Hi, Dave,
Would you please expand on this?

Thanks,

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If you click on the links supplied......

the 1885 Goulstonian Lecture was delivered by William Osler,refer Osler-Weber-Rendu Disease.

This genetic disease was an area of Henry Gawen Sutton's expertise.

Stride appears to have it.

Hence the astringent Cachous.

Now look at it from Henry the Ripper's perspective on that morning whilst looking to place a red herring for his pursuers.

Quite happy to expand further.

Thanks for being curious
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If you click on the links supplied......

the 1885 Goulstonian Lecture was delivered by William Osler,refer Osler-Weber-Rendu Disease.

This genetic disease was an area of Henry Gawen Sutton's expertise.

Stride appears to have it.

Hence the astringent Cachous.

Now look at it from Henry the Ripper's perspective on that morning whilst looking to place a red herring for his pursuers.

Quite happy to expand further.

Thanks for being curious
Thanks, Dave,
Just can't help being curious.
I had found some of this before, but did not tie them to the WMs . . .

Henry the Ripper, huh?

I believe there's a book in this?

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Thanks, Dave,
Just can't help being curious.
I had found some of this before, but did not tie them to the WMs . . .

Henry the Ripper, huh?

I believe there's a book in this?

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Nope.

Might be a book of the film ...... one fine day
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Nope.

Might be a book of the film ...... one fine day
That's right. I recall you discussing a film. So, did Henry write the GSG and was he short?

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Nope.

Might be a book of the film ...... one fine day
That's right. I recall you discussing a film. So, did Henry write the GSG and was he short?

curious

oops -- apparently I'm trigger happy today. Is there any way to delete a post?

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