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Re: SOLVED

Post by Gaggzy on 18.12.14 21:16



Finally revealed.

Posing alongside Clarence, the crossed-eyed lyin' (lion) is the guy who gave John Cunliffe - the creator of Postman Pat - his inspiration.

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Re: SOLVED

Post by petunia on 18.12.14 21:24

The Twat in the hat seems to have lost his wedding ring.

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Re: SOLVED

Post by aquila on 18.12.14 21:59

@petunia wrote:The Twat in the hat seems to have lost his wedding ring.
He used to wear one Petunia



Perhaps he removed it because it kept getting caught up in this


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Re: SOLVED

Post by Snifferdog on 19.12.14 7:56

daft1 perhaps a Court Je$ter hat $tyle would more fitting for Clarrie?

I love the $pinning Yarn into Gold Aquila. Hehehe
Rumpelstilskin deluxe! rotfl

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Re: SOLVED

Post by PeterMac on 19.12.14 8:45

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Re: SOLVED

Post by aquila on 19.12.14 9:05

@PeterMac wrote:" />
Where did he get that mac? Does he have the same tailor as Brunty?

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A Christmas Joke

Post by aquila on 19.12.14 9:10

A psychiatrist asks his patient, a spin doctor 'how long have you ever gone without lying?  now answer me truthfully'

The spin doctor replies '20 yards'.

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Re: SOLVED

Post by Rogue-a-Tory on 19.12.14 9:33

@woodforthetrees wrote:

Unfortunately, SY are only working on the lone paedo scenario
Which according to the official British Police stats has 25/1 chance of being correct.

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Post by woodforthetrees on 19.12.14 15:07

@Rogue-a-Tory wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:

Unfortunately, SY are only working on the lone paedo scenario
Which according to the official British Police stats has 25/1 chance of being correct.

....and 5m/1 chance of closing the case entirely

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Re: SOLVED

Post by Joss on 19.12.14 15:17

@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Rogue-a-Tory wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:

Unfortunately, SY are only working on the lone paedo scenario
Which according to the official British Police stats has 25/1 chance of being correct.

....and 5m/1 chance of closing the case entirely
I don't think any cold cases are ever closed entirely because there is always a chance some information could come forth, even if many years later as is what can sometimes happen and does. But i think there comes a time in a case where it comes to a standstill, when all avenues are closed after much investigation and the investigation has nowhere else to go. And then again some cases are never solved.

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Re: SOLVED

Post by ScarletLaw on 19.12.14 15:24

@Joss wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Rogue-a-Tory wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:

Unfortunately, SY are only working on the lone paedo scenario
Which according to the official British Police stats has 25/1 chance of being correct.

....and 5m/1 chance of closing the case entirely
I don't think any cold cases are ever closed entirely because there is always a chance some information could come forth, even if many years later as is what can sometimes happen and does. But i think there comes a time in a case where it comes to a standstill, when all avenues are closed after much investigation and the investigation has nowhere else to go. And then again some cases are never solved.

If he was involved and a bank worker where Gerrys' credit cards are stored had evidence of a sedative bought by him and this was posted on wikileaks-that could help. Or one of the people involved came forward because they couldn't take the guilt anymore or told another person and they informed the police.

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Re: SOLVED

Post by plebgate on 19.12.14 15:32

@aquila wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:" />
Where did he get that mac? Does he have the same tailor as Brunty?
Come on good people of the UK, get yer envelopes out and fill them up with cash, ludicrous that Pinky has to stand shaking a collecting tin, LUDICROUS I say. big grin

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CEOP in Brazil...

Post by missbeetle on 19.12.14 17:07

Reassuring to see CEOP had at least one of Brazil's international airports covered :


Would advertising space need to be rented to display this 'search placard'?


CEOP's horrible wandering-eye-of-Horus figure -

- looks even more dajjalic close up :


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Re: SOLVED

Post by ultimaThule on 19.12.14 17:14

For it to appear even more hideous all that's lacking is a colomba, missb.

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Re: SOLVED

Post by Brian Griffin on 19.12.14 17:58

I hate chuggers!

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Re: SOLVED

Post by Guest on 19.12.14 21:41

@ultimaThule wrote:For it to appear even more hideous all that's lacking is a colomba, missb.

... and a coloboma.

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Re: SOLVED

Post by aquila on 19.12.14 22:52

Ladyinred wrote:
@ultimaThule wrote:For it to appear even more hideous all that's lacking is a colomba, missb.

... and a coloboma.
awhile ago there was someone on the forum who said she was a nurse and called it a columbo. titter

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Re: SOLVED

Post by Brian Griffin on 20.12.14 0:36

Jush one more thing...

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The sign of the dove...?

Post by missbeetle on 21.12.14 7:34

@ultimaThule wrote:For it to appear even more hideous all that's lacking is a colomba, missb.

I can do you a Columba, ultimaThule -

- one that seems to be doing its best...

...to look part of an iris :



It's on the front of the church in Luz -

- above the door.


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Re: SOLVED

Post by aquila on 21.12.14 8:14

@missbeetle

I have been looking at the McCannfiles and here's an article from the NZ Herald regarding Gerry in New Zealand.


Gerry in New Zealand, Source: nzherald.co.nz
 
Parents of girl missing in Portugal met in NZ
6:10PM Monday May 14, 2007
The parents of Madeline McCann, the four-year-old British girl missing in Portugal, got their relationship together in New Zealand.
Gerry McCann, the surgeon father of Madeline, worked in Hawke's Bay and played soccer for Napier City Rovers in 1996, Hawke's Bay Today newspaper reported.
A multi-million pound reward has been offered for the information leading to the return of Madeleine, who was snatched from her bed at a Portugese beach resort on May 3 while her parents were dining at a nearby restaurant.
Gerry McCann was a "down-to-earth, natural, great guy" said Rovers stalwarts Ian Gearey and Jim Scott, who attended his wedding to Kate McCann eight years ago.
The couple's romance flourished after Mr McCann followed his future wife to New Zealand, Mr Gearey said.
"Kate was working as a doctor in Wellington. He told us he'd come for her, he came to woo her, really. He won her heart and, of course they got together here, and not that terribly long after they got married in the UK."
Mr Gearey had tried to contact the McCanns since Madeline's disappearance, to let the frantic family know their Kiwi mates were there for support.
Mr McCann was a "very, very" talented surgeon who was very well regarded and worked in Hawke's Bay, Mr Gearey said.
Mrs McCann is a GP while her husband is a heart specialist.
" Both of them are lovely people."
- NZPA
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Apart from the fact Gerry is described as a surgeon, which he isn't, I was fascinated as to the article's statement that Gerry went to woo Kate who worked in Wellington. Napier is about a 4 hour drive from Wellington.

Napier is a beautiful art deco town (some call it a city) with a pretty strong Masonic heritage.

I'm fascinated as to why a chap going a-wooing at the opposite end of the globe would choose to work in a place a 4 hour + drive away from the gal he went to woo. Perhaps there were no posts available in Wellington (the Capital city) at that time for a surgeon heart specialist.

I was wondering what your thoughts on this are.

editing to add the link to McCannfiles.

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id1.html

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Doves and eagles...

Post by missbeetle on 21.12.14 10:02

How uncanny, Aquila - that you should post after I'd written about the Columba -

- Columbine is another name for the nodding garden flower often called Granny's Bonnet. 


From Wikipedia :

The common name "columbine" comes from the Latin for "dove", due to the resemblance of the inverted flower to five doves clustered together.[3]

The genus name Aquilegia is derived from the Latin word for eagle (aquila), because the shape of the flower petals, which are said to resemble an eagle's claw.



It made me think of you...

... and it's a flower which appeared in one of Kate's church bouquets, even...!

(sorry for off-topic)


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Re: SOLVED

Post by Guest on 21.12.14 10:18

It's coloboma, misbeetle.
Not related in any way to columbines.

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Re: SOLVED

Post by aquila on 21.12.14 18:01

Ladyinred wrote:It's coloboma, misbeetle.
Not related in any way to columbines.
If you're Gerry and Kate a coloboma then became a fleck, hardly noticable unless your were up close.

So what was all this about?


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