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#164851
Spee

Re:Diana - and other conspiracy theories... 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
But there is another famous conspiracy theory - that Elvis did not die in 1977; he just went into hiding.

However this - I can confirm, is most definitely NOT a theory; it is a fact, as I have seen him many times.

Running a burger van just outside the rear entrance to Boundary Park - home of Oldham Athletic.


When he hands you the burger - and you say thanks - he sings 'That's All Right' and his voice is unmistakable...


 
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#164861
Anna Raccoon

Re:Diana - and other conspiracy theories... 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
I think the important point is why was that film released now.
I think the 'boys' wanted it released now, it was a silent message to their father - who was barely mentioned - that the PR spin that had been put around Camilla, that she wasn't so bad after all, that Charles would be KIng and it wasn't the end of the world if Camilla became Queen, was the really important point about that film. they were quietly digging a vey large hole for Camilla - and their father, that they were now 21 and they didn't go along with the 'Camilla isn't such a bad person after all line'.
We've had weeks of the 'dealing with mental health issues' - 'yes we buried our problems for years but are better now' - now we are 21 and have found a very effective way of saying 'we don't think Charles should be King either, just as our mother didn't didn't. Camilla is the woman who broke up our beloved mother's marriage.....
No, I don[t think it was any accident that film was shown, it wasn't intended to remember the past as much, as to put the past right back in the context of the future -- Father is an uncaring oaf, and Camila is a bitch and all the spin in the world isn't going to change that for US.
I thought it was rather cleverly done.
 
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andrew

Re:Diana - and other conspiracy theories... 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Spee wrote:
But there is another famous conspiracy theory - that Elvis did not die in 1977; he just went into hiding.

However this - I can confirm, is most definitely NOT a theory; it is a fact, as I have seen him many times.

Running a burger van just outside the rear entrance to Boundary Park - home of Oldham Athletic.


When he hands you the burger - and you say thanks - he sings 'That's All Right' and his voice is unmistakable...




You're a liar Spee...it was David Van Day. Dollar were pretty solid shame his ego got the best of him.

I do believe in the moon landing.
 
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#164868
Re:Diana - and other conspiracy theories... 1 Week, 3 Days ago Karma: 3
Anna Raccoon wrote:
[quote]I think the important point is why was that film released now.
I think the 'boys' wanted it released now, it was a silent message to their father - who was barely mentioned - that the PR spin that had been put around Camilla, that she wasn't so bad after all, that Charles would be KIng and it wasn't the end of the world if Camilla became Queen, was the really important point about that film. they were quietly digging a vey large hole for Camilla - and their father, that they were now 21 and they didn't go along with the 'Camilla isn't such a bad person after all line'.
We've had weeks of the 'dealing with mental health issues' - 'yes we buried our problems for years but are better now' - now we are 21 and have found a very effective way of saying 'we don't think Charles should be King either, just as our mother didn't didn't. Camilla is the woman who broke up our beloved mother's marriage.....
No, I don[t think it was any accident that film was shown, it wasn't intended to remember the past as much, as to put the past right back in the context of the future -- Father is an uncaring oaf, and Camila is a bitch and all the spin in the world isn't going to change that for US.
I thought it was rather cleverly done.[/quote]

Over-done,I thought, with the very unsubtle symbolism throughout. It was the documentary equivalent of Pan's People dancing to Gilbert O'Sullivan's "Get Down"

 
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#164870
Spee

Re:Diana - and other conspiracy theories... 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Not a liar - I am Shergar, retired in Derbyshire


 
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andrew

Re:Diana - and other conspiracy theories... 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Spee wrote:
Not a liar - I am Shergar, retired in Derbyshire




A real Tory.
 
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In The Know

Re:Diana - and other conspiracy theories... 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Anna Raccoon wrote:
[quote]I think the important point is why was that film released now.
I think the 'boys' wanted it released now, it was a silent message to their father - who was barely mentioned - that the PR spin that had been put around Camilla, that she wasn't so bad after all, that Charles would be KIng and it wasn't the end of the world if Camilla became Queen, was the really important point about that film. they were quietly digging a vey large hole for Camilla - and their father, that they were now 21 and they didn't go along with the 'Camilla isn't such a bad person after all line'.
We've had weeks of the 'dealing with mental health issues' - 'yes we buried our problems for years but are better now' - now we are 21 and have found a very effective way of saying 'we don't think Charles should be King either, just as our mother didn't didn't. Camilla is the woman who broke up our beloved mother's marriage.....
No, I don[t think it was any accident that film was shown, it wasn't intended to remember the past as much, as to put the past right back in the context of the future -- Father is an uncaring oaf, and Camila is a bitch and all the spin in the world isn't going to change that for US.
I thought it was rather cleverly done.[/quote]

Spot on, Anna

The others - who cannot see the wealth of evidence which is being ignored - were probably the ones who voted Brexit (with the same degree of intellectual thought !)
 
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