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So now we even have a go at an apology.

I need say nothing else.


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Think you may have misunderstood that one too, Steve. But whatever floats your boat.
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Yes, taking them one by one. On the whole, I find it better than answering without having read and understood at all...
No probs. We all do it different ways.


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Think you may have misunderstood that one too, Steve. But whatever floats your boat.
I think not.

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Old 07-14-2017, 05:25 AM
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No probs. We all do it different ways.


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Mmm - but we do not all remark on how others do it. Only some of us do that.
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I think not.

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Then think again, Steve.
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I can think of a thousand ways that would be better than the party I am being treated to as of now, Paddy.

By the way, I said that the Lechmere theory forms a large part of the axis that ripperology has revolved around the last few years, Paddy. I never said that I am the axis.

But it is perfectly in line with how the discussion normally goes.
I'd agree that Lechmere is most interesting topic in "Ripperology" these days. It's certainly one of the most discussed. By far the most discussed on this board. I think it may have been knocked back a bit a few years ago when Russell Edwards and the "Eddowes Shawl" business cracked up, compelling newspapers to proclaim "case closed". But, I - for one - love it, and enjoy the hell out of debating it. I don't think I'm alone in that.
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I'd agree that Lechmere is most interesting topic in "Ripperology" these days. It's certainly one of the most discussed. By far the most discussed on this board. I think it may have been knocked back a bit a few years ago when Russell Edwards and the "Eddowes Shawl" business cracked up, compelling newspapers to proclaim "case closed". But, I - for one - love it, and enjoy the hell out of debating it. I don't think I'm alone in that.
I believe the problem Paddy was having was one of mistakenly thinking that I did a Robert Paul and bigged myself up.
I only commented on how the Lechmere issues have dominated the debate for significant periods of time. That has nothing to do with me, per se, but is instead - as you recognize - a simple fact. Whether a sad or a good one is another matter.
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I believe the problem Paddy was having was one of mistakenly thinking that I did a Robert Paul and bigged myself up.
I only commented on how the Lechmere issues have dominated the debate for significant periods of time. That has nothing to do with me, per se, but is instead - as you recognize - a simple fact. Whether a sad or a good one is another matter.
Bonus points for mentioning Paul's "big up".

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Then think again, Steve.
No need my friend.

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No need my friend.

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Well, if you think there was an apology involved, you DO need to think again!
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