Rigor Mortis and Livor Mortis

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Re: Rigor Mortis and Livor Mortis

Postby dmac » Mon Oct 17, 2016 6:57 am

Actually, sparkplug, you did a quick test study on my mishmash of this case. You've proved I not only deny frauds, soothsayers, prophets, religions, Dee Lake, fart-sniffing christ,

...but I don't even recognize them as remotely related to the truth.
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Re: Rigor Mortis and Livor Mortis

Postby IPO » Tue Oct 18, 2016 2:17 pm

Sorry, don't get the picture at all. You don't need to explain it to me. I just feel these kind of posts are timewasters. There is so much information and disinformation on this case that it gets tedious flipping through the junk posts.
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Re: Rigor Mortis and Livor Mortis

Postby dmac » Wed Oct 19, 2016 3:47 am

I'm watching s14 e2 of A Touch of Frost, in which Frost enjoys a sandwich at a mass grave. It reminds me of when Gam mentioned those around him able to eat under seemingly absurd circumstances. At the time, we were discussing the quick turnover of autopsies in the Keddie case, and I said they broke for lunch to open a lunchpail. It was that flash and shallow.

Back to the topic of eating under duress: One was an autopsy of a SIDS death, and Mike asked how opening the child's skull could prove informative.

I immediately replied, "petichia. It could prove other modes of death." Murder.

I was making a toasted wheat tuna sandwich. With cheddar and pickles.

It's rare I get one past Mike, and with all the writing I've been doing about art this week (elsewhere, you wouldn't know), it's hard to imagine I spent any time on Bo's interview, much less now know the DOJ were not in Keddie for Bo.

Crim and Bradley had no interest in Bo... until later.
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Re: Rigor Mortis and Livor Mortis

Postby sparkplug » Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:35 pm

IPO wrote:Sorry, don't get the picture at all. You don't need to explain it to me. I just feel these kind of posts are timewasters. There is so much information and disinformation on this case that it gets tedious flipping through the junk posts.



Lighten up, Francis. I'm not a time waster. I was poking fun at DMAC, and he knows and needed that. I help in front and behind the scenes as much as I can.
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Re: Rigor Mortis and Livor Mortis

Postby sparkplug » Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:39 pm

dmac wrote:Actually, sparkplug, you did a quick test study on my mishmash of this case. You've proved I not only deny frauds, soothsayers, prophets, religions, Dee Lake, fart-sniffing christ,

...but I don't even recognize them as remotely related to the truth.


Hence my poke at you. I couldn't agree more. Cheers.
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Re: Rigor Mortis and Livor Mortis

Postby dmac » Thu Oct 27, 2016 3:50 pm

spark, I didn't understand IMO's post, yet I believe it was leveled at me rather than you.

IMO has been a trusted ally for dogs. Cockney= years. Dogs' ears. Rhyming slang.

I doubt most here have heard of Cockney Slang, much less understand it. But I get to know people who approach me, and I get to know their use of language just as they acknowledge mine.

No.

IMO was pissing on me for wasting her time with another vanilla recipe post.

And she's right, as I have a separate thread for my recipes.
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