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Why the Home Office is taking so long to answer 12 simple FOI questions about Madeleine McCann - by the Home Office

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One nutty dancer

Post by Tony Bennett on 30.07.10 10:44

@Judge Mental wrote:People should consider there is safety in numbers and come into the light.
There is a thought-provoking 3-minute YouTube video somewhere on this subject but at the moment I just can't find it anywhere.

It shows some mostly quite young people at some conference or festival somewhere, all on a big grassy slope, out in the sun, in casual clothes.

One bloke gets up and starts doing some really nutty dancing on his own for a couple of minutes.

Then, cautiously, a second joins him.

A minute later, a third person does so.

Then another group of three.

Then four or five others.

Very soon there is almost a mass stampede as nearly everyone begins to get up and join what was originally one nutty dancer.

They all have a great time.

There is a motivational commentary which accompanies this explaining how sometimes someone has to dare to go out on his own, hoping that others will join in.

A picture is better than a thousand words, so I'll keep looking for the video.
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Re: Why the Home Office is taking so long to answer 12 simple FOI questions about Madeleine McCann - by the Home Office

Post by Ruby on 30.07.10 11:11

Please do - it sounds great Tony.

from one nutty dancer to another
and all the other lovely nutty dancers on here

I'm away with the kids for a week in Devon from tomorrow - no internet so nothing major is allowed to kick off!

If it does please or text!
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Post by Guest on 30.07.10 11:32

hi Ruby., Have a lovely holiday and have fun flower
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Post by Ruby on 30.07.10 12:15

Thanks sweetie xx
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Re: Why the Home Office is taking so long to answer 12 simple FOI questions about Madeleine McCann - by the Home Office

Post by aiyoyo on 01.08.10 16:15

Extract from Ian Lister's letter
"....despite legitimately extending this deadline under s.10(3) of the Act, we have also exceed the forty working day guideline provided by the Information Commission."

Gee, it so tomb-dead quiet here.

No wonder, they'd buried TB letters and hope no ghosts will come and haunt them.

They'd conceded they had gone beyond the the legitimate forty days stipulated in s. 10(3) of the ACt.....so can their silence now be construed as illegitimate then?
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