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"Swan Lake Act 3" by Textusa

Post by marxman on 10.11.12 19:18


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Re: "Swan Lake Act 3" by Textusa

Post by Angelique on 11.11.12 1:23

hi marxman

I didn't realise you were here!

Yes a very good piece by Textusa I think. The fact that they actually were pushed to initiate a film to confirm the BRT is very telling. I also believe that having shown that the film was manipulated goes some way to confirming that the photo's which are discussed at length on a thread here could also have been manipulated.

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Re: "Swan Lake Act 3" by Textusa

Post by PeterMac on 11.11.12 10:08

We can take it further.
Imagine a round table with 9 chairs
Push the chairs so the the front of the seats touch. This would be uncomfortably crowded, but no matter.
Realistically this is the minimum circumference of our round table
This is more or less how we sit to eat. Just look down at the front of your chair in relation to the desk you are sitting at.
A dining chair, even an outdoor one is 50cm wide.
So the circumference of the table must be 9 x 50 = 4.5m - nearly 15 feet
This gives a diameter of 1.45m. ( or 4 ft 9")
in other words about 5 feet in diameter.
Then add the depth of the chairs, with the front of the seat level with the edge of the table we have to add 60 cm. On each side.
So the effective size of the table with people is, at the very least, now 2.65m. (8 ft 9")
Allow also that the people with their backs to the plastic "window" would not be touching it, and would need space behind them to push their chairs back when they got up so regularly, and we have an effective size for a round table of about 10 feet. 3m.
The tapas bar under that plastic awning is not large.
A table this big would be a serious inconvenience.
It is in fact unlikely that a little bar with a small capacity would have such a table. Where do you store a 5 foot circular table for the rest of the year ?
Three square ones pushed together as a long rectangle would be far easier to deal with.
And much more likely.

But we have been told that the table was round.


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Re: "Swan Lake Act 3" by Textusa

Post by tigger on 11.11.12 10:59

The 'round table' conjures up some sort of Camelot scene. All the important people round one table, one for all and all for one.

The Tapas nightly gathering myth is closely linked to the neglect - neither can exist without the other.
Then Kate or Gerry said that they almost didn't get their table on the evening of the 3rd. But it was booked for the whole week wasn't it?
Then there's also Chaplin's - which doesn't close as early as the Tapas. Which in fact has a 'Happy Hour' and didn't need booking.
Then there's the enormous amount of to-ing and fro-ing and people being absent from the table for long periods. E.g. Kate was away from the table for a long period of time on the 1st.

How did these people get any food inside them?

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Re: "Swan Lake Act 3" by Textusa

Post by marxman on 12.11.12 22:21

@Angelique wrote: marxman

I didn't realise you were here!

Yes a very good piece by Textusa I think. The fact that they actually were pushed to initiate a film to confirm the BRT is very telling. I also believe that having shown that the film was manipulated goes some way to confirming that the photo's which are discussed at length on a thread here could also have been manipulated.



Hi back at you Angelique



I think Textusa has exposed the almighty fraud

of the BRT. (Big Round Table)

It never really worked for me, the tapas dinner

with a party of nine within the confines of a small

tapas. Apart from the BRT, how could the kitchen

staff cope with such a large party and other guests

all at the same sitting?

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