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Multi-Million Pound Book Deal - The Daily Mail

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Post by Guest on Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:14 pm

my gob is well and truly smacked
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Post by theolivebranch on Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:14 pm

Maybe, just maybe Kate has, in this book, admitted to child neglect? Hah !! maybe not. I wonder how many people will order it just to, with a fine tooth comb, examine every word, every nuance?
When I first read about this book I was all the negative feelings, now, well I think just let us have a copy and do what I have just said, examine every word, every nuance.
So who is going to buy it, I will go halves
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Post by Rainbow on Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:10 pm

Autumn.....no it isnt,Marsden's was called Faked Abduction-this one has been around quite a while.
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Post by soulthief on Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:22 pm

candyfloss wrote:Does anyone know how these adverts are chosen? For instance the adverts (or a lot of them on forums) correspond to what is being talked about in the forums, key words are picked out and adverts pertaining to those words appear. The book title Madeleine obviously doesn't have these key words that appear - So how have these adverts appeared, is someone being naughty
Probably tag words either from the storyline or words from the cover, whatever the reason its like karma at its best & the timing is brilliant, it will have dampened the Jatyk bunch who have been crowing for the last few days about the foundation on the T.V!! And what a blow to the McCanns, bet that it will be rectified pretty quick with the jatyk crowd firing off complaints to Amazon..and the Mc's spit coffee

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Post by Avery on Thu Nov 18, 2010 11:52 pm

I clicked on the order a copy and it took me to a free image site. I couldn't find it on Amazon.com.
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Post by aiyoyo on Fri Nov 19, 2010 5:59 am

@theolivebranch wrote:Maybe, just maybe Kate has, in this book, admitted to child neglect? Hah !! maybe not. I wonder how many people will order it just to, with a fine tooth comb, examine every word, every nuance?
When I first read about this book I was all the negative feelings, now, well I think just let us have a copy and do what I have just said, examine every word, every nuance.
So who is going to buy it, I will go halves

I wont buy it - no way they will have my money. Not even if given out as freebie, I wont dirty my hand touching a physical copy of that shites...

If someone post up on the internet and I only have to use my eyes ...then that is OK.
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Post by aiyoyo on Fri Nov 19, 2010 6:01 am

@soulthief wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Does anyone know how these adverts are chosen? For instance the adverts (or a lot of them on forums) correspond to what is being talked about in the forums, key words are picked out and adverts pertaining to those words appear. The book title Madeleine obviously doesn't have these key words that appear - So how have these adverts appeared, is someone being naughty
Probably tag words either from the storyline or words from the cover, whatever the reason its like karma at its best & the timing is brilliant, it will have dampened the Jatyk bunch who have been crowing for the last few days about the foundation on the T.V!! And what a blow to the McCanns, bet that it will be rectified pretty quick with the jatyk crowd firing off complaints to Amazon..and the Mc's

Yeah! And amazon is going to be so afraid of 'Just a Thug.......' yelling out loud their complains?
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Post by theolivebranch on Fri Nov 19, 2010 6:08 pm

@aiyoyo wrote:
@theolivebranch wrote:Maybe, just maybe Kate has, in this book, admitted to child neglect? Hah !! maybe not. I wonder how many people will order it just to, with a fine tooth comb, examine every word, every nuance?
When I first read about this book I was all the negative feelings, now, well I think just let us have a copy and do what I have just said, examine every word, every nuance.
So who is going to buy it, I will go halves

I wont buy it - no way they will have my money. Not even if given out as freebie, I wont dirty my hand touching a physical copy of that shites...

If someone post up on the internet and I only have to use my eyes ...then that is OK.

Hi Aiyoyo, I know exactly what you mean. They had enough of my money in May 2007 when I was gutted that a little girl had been abducted. That lasted a few weeks, I have to confess. Because I didn't know other than what was in the media. Then I discovered a forum that also was "for" the anguish of the parents. I had never in my life been onto a forum, and so started my introduction to this unique case.
I was banned from the forum for questioning, but fortunately there were others banned at the same time so we ventured onto other sites and was to be heard resounding around my living room as I read and read and read.
So, re this crock of dodo that is to be published by the mother superior, someone has to buy it so it can be read and examined with a fine tooth comb, because as sure as today is friday, they are not going to allow it onto the net as GA's is, hence my offer of going halves.
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