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TOPIC: Plotting and planing
#190086
'M'

Plotting and planing 3 Weeks ago  
Plotting says it all really.
Mark looks really drawn, obviously his fall is taking its toll.

mobile.twitter.com/willgeddes/status/1136366382168399874

His twitter following stays static an obvious sign he bought followers the evidence proved by very few comments upon his tweets.

Where is Simon when you need him? Oh yeah, dropped you like a stone.
 
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#190089
md

Re:Plotting and planing 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
Vigilantism and presumption of guilt go hand in hand.
 
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#190103
Jo

Re:Plotting and planing 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
I didn't realise he was no longer working with Simon Cowell. What happened there? He still says he's filming things. Does this mean that it can't be a third series of The Investigator?
 
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#190104
'M'

Re:Plotting and planing 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
Spot on MD,
 
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#190238
Sheba Bear

Re:Plotting and planing 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
It seems that MWT is now an expert on serial killers:

www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/how-ted-bu...r-sutcliffe-16486926

He [MWT] said: "Serial killers are very good at separating their normal home lives from criminal behaviour - compartmentalising their lives.

"Men tend to be better at this than woman, which is why there are a far greater number of male than female serial killers."


Presumably this also explains why men are more likely than women to be involved in other types of crime too, such as car theft, burglary, muggings and bombings. (Disclaimer: I know that most men don't do these things, but of the people who do commit these crimes, most of them are men.)

Or maybe there are fundamental differences between men and women? I have to say that I find his reasoning very simplistic, especially for someone with a masters degree in criminology.
 
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