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View Poll Results: The Dairy of Jack the Ripper was written by
James Maybrick 8 11.43%
A modern forger 44 62.86%
An old forger 18 25.71%
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G'day MayBea

I'm fully aware of the earlier tests and I really wouldn't argue with a more recent forgery. To be honest the only reason voted old forgery was because that was the furthest back I could take it.
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Also the poll says "Old forger" and I don't think whoever forged it was young.
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There should be a fourth choice:

Undecided


The Undecideds would fall into the document is old category.
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There should be a fourth choice:

Undecided


The Undecideds would fall into the document is old category.
I used to be indecisive now im just not sure
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Come on everyone vote!If you don't vote you can't moan about the diary.
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Also the poll says "Old forger" and I don't think whoever forged it was young.
It also says:

"View Poll Results: The Dairy of Jack the Ripper was written by..."

Cue ancient jokes about cash cows and holy cows.

Maybe it should be called the Forge of JtR, as its maker was meant to be anvil personified.

Personally I'm not sure it's one thing or the udder, but I've gone for the old forger - and a couple of yogurts please.

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G'day Chaz

Not I can't stop laughing.
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I thought Chaz was Sonny and Cher's daughter who now thinks he's/she's their son... LOL.. No... Caroline's wit is unsurpassed, no doubt.
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And I can't type.
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Sorry Caz
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