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Friday, 2 November 2018

Table? Wot Table?



Here is the table in the tapas bar where the McCanns ate

It has not been ''digitally remastered" as lunatic Textusa would have you believe.

It is not a small table filmed in such a way to make it look like a big table

It is a big table. It is round. Get the fuck over it.


49 comments:

  1. A study conducted by the Ifop Agency in December 2017 for the Jean Jaurès Institute and the Conspiracy Watch Observatory reveals that 79% of French people adhere to at least one of the major theories of conspiracy. Among these, the study shows that 9% of French believe "possible that the Earth is flat and not round as we are told since school".
    Should we therefore be amazed by the success of Textusa's bemusing constructions ? I don't mind them personally, I'd just find reasonable a bit of humour once in a while.

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  2. Yeah, because every poolside bar has a large table for 9 just in case.....

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    1. Is there, or is there not a big table in that video?

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    2. Yeah,but it doesn't have a table cloth on it...

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    3. There is a table in the video but whether it’s big and round who knows? The video is so dark and blurry it’s hard to tell. And Martin Brunt / Sky are not exactly impartial in this case, are they?

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    4. Are you taking the piss?

      I don't know how it works in your house, but we use removeable tablecloths. Never once have I felt compelled to nail one to the table so that it can't ever be changed

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    5. The video is not at all blurry and not particularly dark. Try removing the hockey mask and watch it again. Textusa's claims that he is in fact sitting at a little table are as mad as the rest of his shitwiffle

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    6. So are you saying that Sky and Brunt years in advance of Textusa, the cross-dressing cockwomble, developing a theory around the supposed absence of a table, decided to make a pretendy one?

      Why?

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    7. Why indeed?

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    8. So you have no answer. That kind of figures.

      I honestly do not know why you people continue to humiliate yourselves, hanging onto his coat tails the way you do.

      One good, solid reason why Sky would falsify the footage, please.

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    9. And it seems that being asked to provide a single fact has proved fatal. With an unbecoming yelp, our anonymous friend has retreated

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    10. I’ll let your readers google Martin Brunt/ Robert Murat and they can decide for themselves whether Brunt and Sky has a vested interest in the McCann case.

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    11. So no facts, then? Excellent.

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    12. "One good, solid reason why Sky would falsify the footage, please."

      The footage was not falsified, but SKY have form when it comes to misrepresentation, in this case extending back to the early morning of 4 May 2007.

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    13. There are two kinds of tables in this world my friend,those that have tablecloths on them and those that don't.

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    14. So, let's try again

      Why would Sky want to misrepresent the presence of a big table, round or otherwise, tableclothed or otherwise? While we are at it, I suppose you could also tell us why Brunt would depart whilst executing a ''negligence pirouette" which according to Textusa Caesar was all part of the deal?

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  3. Ooh you cheeky thing NT - you added the comment about the tablecloth to make it look like I had sent it......

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    1. I most certainly did not. Which probably means another oner has escaped

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    2. Oh calamity - a typo. It should of course read ''one''

      Although if we are talking about their IQ, it's pretty accurate.

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    3. I've googled it, and by God, anon is right. Sky News and Martin Brunt DID have a vested interest in the McCann case.

      Turns out Sky News make money from news stories - especially big ones, whilst Martin Brunt was a journalist that was employed by them. It also transpires, that Robert Murat is a former arguido in the case, I'm yet to join the dots as to why that would be of interest to Sky News or their chosen reporter, but I have a feeling it'll come to me.

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    4. Keep trying - I appreciate the effort!

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  4. If the table cloth had been nailed down the photographer wouldn't have been able to lift it would he?

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    1. Maybe he was trying to check if it was really female.

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    2. Naughty boy at the back3 November 2018 at 13:10



      If only the asylum had thought to nail textaloons down.

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    3. Nail me Textaloon down, sport
      Nail me Textaloon down
      Nail me Textaloon down, sport
      Nail me Textaloon down

      Keep me tablecloth cool, Curl
      Keep me tablecloth cool
      Ah, don't go acting the fool, Curl
      Just keep me tablecloth cool
      Altogether now!

      (With apologies to Rolf Harris. Not even he deserved that)

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    4. Did the tablecloth on the BRT in the Tapas photo have round or square patterns?

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    5. Bennett is a man of the cloth.
      Maybe he can provide some answers?

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    6. I've heard a few rumours he likes lifting cloth too.

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  5. It is convenient for a restaurant to be able to offer a large round table, essential for conviviality and communication (no head/end of the table). Diameter 120/130 cm allows up to 8 comfortable seats, each extension making it oval and allowing 2 more.
    It is difficult, and not even funny, to imagine how the existence or not of a round table can or cannot prove a global and spontaneous conspiracy in order to protect the still unidentified but certainly special guest(s) not at ease with having an unorthodox sexuality.
    Over 150 individuals stated having spotted the AA77 strike the Pentagon, but conspiracy theorists, without analysing the components of the facade, prefer to believe that the limited damage proves it was a missile.

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    1. Thank you, Anne. That is one of the best examples of how conspiracy theorists will ignore the 95% of the evidence which all points in one direction in order to pursue 5% that they can't make fit

      One of the most ludicrous objections to the reality was that the shape of the hole in the building wasn't ''right''

      It's not Tom and Jerry. Characters do not run through the side of a barn, leaving a perfect outline of themselves. Planes are essentially quite flimsy things. The wings are particularly flimsy. In a collision between large moving plane and large non-moving, solid building, the wings would be gone in a millisecond, reduced to something akin to tissue paper

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    2. Also, round tables seating groups of 10 to 12 is referred to as "Cabaret style" and is preferred for many meetings as opposed to boardroom or classroom layout as it allows people to work in groups. When used for social functions it is usually referred to as ''reception'' style. The idea that it would be in any way unusual for such a place to have tables that size is just plain ignorance

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    3. The structure of the facade built in reinforced concrete (unlike the twin towers) and the immediate, hence much more effective intervention of firefighters, explain sufficiently the limited damage.

      I'd like to add this as food for thought :
      One can believe in crazy things without being crazy, one can have reasons to believe in something without being right.

      It is a bit scary, but we have a strong defence : our critical, questioning mind. We should never ever abnegate it.

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    4. Dear Anne

      Would you be so kinds as to reveal the source(s) for your assertion that “Over 150 individuals spotted the AA77 strike the Pentagon”? I mean flight AA77 plane, not just a Boeing 757.

      Ag

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    5. Sorry, I hadn't seen your question.
      http://www.bastison.net/
      Does this number sound plausible ? I think so, as the plane was flying noisily at low altitude. Of course, as always, the accounts of the witnesses differ.

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    6. Good evening, Ag.
      I think Anne's point was very well made and illustrated. We don't require people to provide references for a non-contentious point. I'm sure that's public domain stuff if it's important to you.

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    7. Not Textusa10 November 2018 at 06:55

      How can anything to do with an unprecedented incident in which about 3000 people lost their lives and which led to countless others consequently losing their lives be non-contentious, NT? Yes, it is very important to me.

      Ag

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    8. It's not contentious, Ag, because there was scores of eyewitnesses and the bodies of the passengers strewn all over the crash site

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  6. I've heard it all now.
    Textusa is now saying the tables were square and deliberately disguised as round by having round tops plonked on and all hidden by fancy tablecloths.
    Can this get any crazier?
    Everytime his argument is torpedoed he comes up with something even madder to counter it.

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  7. No doubt he will soon say that the photographer lifted up one of the tablecloths,spotted the deceit and was then bound by the official secrets act.

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    1. It wasn't a round table....it had 360 sides....all mysteriously at an angle of 1 degree. I'm waiting for swingstein to try that defence��

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  8. There are three kinds of tables in this world my friend,round ones,square ones and squircles.

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    1. You forgot octagonal.

      Oh-silly me-that only sits eight.

      But hey Blondie,wasn't one of 'em sick every night? And also of course when they each did their 'checks' a seat would be free.
      So I know...They were hot seating it!
      9 does go into 8 afterall.

      Conclusive proof therefore for my new new theory....The table was octagonal.

      Case Closed!

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    2. Not so fast you sons of bitches!
      When the cash is thrown down on the *rectangular* table for me and I'm paid, I always see the job through!

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    3. @ Mr very nice Angel Eyes.

      How much in gold for a job on someone which will give us all everlasting peace?
      It will result in NT having to change his name too...to NB - Not Bennett.

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  9. Do we have a ballpark figure on people involved in the 'cover up'
    Just so we know what we're up against...?

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    1. A minimum of 400, realistically more like several thousand. Brucie will dispute that figure, of course.

      Oh - and use the word 'conspiracy'. He hates that.

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    2. We're going to need more staff...
      I notice you've also had a table named after you..
      Great stuff..

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  10. Can someone help me out here please?
    Is Sextusa saying if the tables were square swinging was going on and if they were round it was not?
    So that is why the square tables were disguised as round to make it look like there was no hanky panky?

    Or is it the other way round?

    And what about the table cloths?
    Does it matter if the tables had them on or not?
    I am also interested in the patterns and designs on the tablecloths-does anyone know what they were? I have tried zooming in on the photo but have forgotten my glasses and can't quite make them out.It could be very important so I am dying to know.

    Please can someone answer quickly as I'm on wekend leave and due back at West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum this afternoon and I dont have a computer in my cell.
    It will drive me mad if I have to wait until next weekend to find out.
    Thankyou.

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