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Thanks Pierre

I hope to have part two up in 1 to 2 weeks. Lots of source info to look at in that bit.

Steve
I remember when you called writing and reading in the forum "entertainment". Well, entertainment has certainly become moore advanced and interesting since then.

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Actually, I've avoided the Lechmere controversy so far, but (for a real change Pierre) I think you are right on target with your list of pertinent questions.

Congradulations!

Jeff
Actually no as pierres questions are ones that he thinks he obviously has answers to for his suspect and thinks fish does not. So not only is he turning it into yet another anti lech rant he's egotistically has inserted his own suspect into the discussion, one who he refuses to name.

He may not even realize that he's doing it but I can see right through him.
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Actually no as pierres questions are ones that he thinks he obviously has answers to for his suspect and thinks fish does not. So not only is he turning it into yet another anti lech rant he's egotistically has inserted his own suspect into the discussion, one who he refuses to name.

He may not even realize that he's doing it but I can see right through him.
I donīt know if I can do that - I never look his way, and so I canīt tell ...
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I donīt know if I can do that - I never look his way, and so I canīt tell ...
Good for you. Wish I could do that, but it's hard not to. You now kind of like the saying it's hard not to look at a car accident! lol!

And by the way only Pierre could jack up the posts so that responses/ quotes all look like they're coming from someone else!!! Another weird Pierre quirk.
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Hi Steve,

just a simple question about something you write here:

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From this information it seems reasonable to suggest that there was no need to really hurry for either man, and both could have reached their goals by walking at a moderate pace, no need to be rushing.

After looking at both the distances and times for the 3 above tables, I feel comfortable with a speed for Paul and Lechmere that morning of 102.5-105 ypm or just over 3.5 miles per hour.
Doesnīt one or both of the carmen state in some article(s) that they were running late for work? Maybe Iīm wrong.

But if they did, it would be problematic for the assumptions here.

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Hi Steve,

just a simple question about something you write here:



Doesnīt one or both of the carmen state in some article(s) that they were running late for work? Maybe Iīm wrong.

But if they did, it would be problematic for the assumptions here.

Cheers, Pierre
Good question.

While Lechmere said he left later than normal, Paul did say he was running late.

However it seems clear from the distances involved and the possible speeds from over 3mph up, that both could have arrived at work by if not before their start time of 4am.

It could be that although due to start at 4 either man would normally arrive ahead of their respective start time and thus if leaving later than normal it would be right to say they were running late.

If one were to assume that Paul ment he was actually late for work then his start time must have been before 4am.

It is a point however to consider and I will look at it in detail later.
Thank you for raising the issue.


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