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"Perfectly Correct Checking System" - Clarence Mitchell

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"Perfectly Correct Checking System" - Clarence Mitchell

Post by Autumn on 08.01.11 3:36

Clarence Mitchell promoting that book Rolling Eyes

Link to BBC Radio Humberside 'The Peter Levy Show' with Clarence Mitchell

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p00cthwn/The_Peter_Levy_Show_06_01_2011/

starts at 1.10.12

Did he really say that the McCanns and friends believed they were mounting ' a perfectly correct checking system'?

Oh and apparently 'a very small vocal minority online attack them for being negligent' and, according to Clarrie, ' thats not very helpful'.



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Re: "Perfectly Correct Checking System" - Clarence Mitchell

Post by aiyoyo on 08.01.11 5:08

Geez, CM must be the best thing the mccanns chanced on in the whole wide world.

From media controlling to PR to marketing...all done by him and still going strong 4 years post Maddie.

He said the T9 are mounting a perfectly correct system to do what?

That the Police wont catch them? or cant catch them?

or that no one loses a child? Isn't it too late to shut the gate after the horse has bolted.

That no one neglects a child? I definitely know they're not advocating this because they self-termed themselves 'responsible parents'.

hey, lose a child and become rich ...if they are happy with that..?
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Re: "Perfectly Correct Checking System" - Clarence Mitchell

Post by Judge Mental on 08.01.11 5:45

aiyoyo wrote: ''Geez, CM must be the best thing the mccanns chanced on in the whole wide world.''

Who would be so lucky as to encounter Mitchell on the off chance?

One is quite sure that chance had very little to do with it. His appearance in the case was by design. Designated by those who had and still have, a vested interest in whatever was going on around the Tapas 9 and several others connected to them in PDL, during two weeks around May 3rd in 2007.

Mitchell can be compared to those people who come in to clean up after a football game or a concert. laughat
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Re: "Perfectly Correct Checking System" - Clarence Mitchell

Post by YNG on 08.01.11 11:28

So perfect they supposedly lost one of their children using it laughat

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Post by Judge Mental on 08.01.11 13:31

@YNG wrote:So perfect they supposedly lost one of their children using it laughat

One was quite crippled up the first time one heard this oafish comment, and can still laugh heartily every time one hears it. Almost as much as when one recalls McCann stating that his parenting skills are well within the bounds of reasonable parenting.

Having said that, it doesn't sound very good to be described as only a reasonably good parent, does it? One often thinks that an excellent or very good parent would sound much better. big grin
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Post by PeterMac on 08.01.11 15:05

Yes, M'Lud, but to be an 'excellent" or "very good" parent, you do have to have a child to which to be a parent !
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Re: "Perfectly Correct Checking System" - Clarence Mitchell

Post by Judge Mental on 08.01.11 15:32

@PeterMac wrote:Yes, M'Lud, but to be an 'excellent" or "very good" parent, you do have to have a child to which to be a parent !

laugh

First people we have ever known to lose a couple of stones whilst dining out. sad
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Re: "Perfectly Correct Checking System" - Clarence Mitchell

Post by PeterMac on 09.01.11 12:18

Or to copy a recent film title..
The couple who went on holiday with three children, and came back a family.
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Post by The Shelfstacker on 17.01.11 20:30

@PeterMac wrote:Or to copy a recent film title..
The couple who went on holiday with three children, and came back a family.

trag·i·com·e·dy (trj-km-d)

n. pl. trag·i·com·e·dies

1. A drama combining elements of tragedy and comedy.
2. The genre made up of such works.
3. An incident or situation having both comic and tragic elements.

Ain't that the truth...
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