"estimated to contain around 4.5 million trees, Sheffield has more trees per person than any other city in Europe"
Joyce ... yes, the keyboard is the only warm thing at present ... mainly because I spend most days online downloading music ... Bransgore? ... is that in soft southern Hampshire or Dorset? ... with me, it's more a working class, cultural than an aesthetic, romantic Brontë, West Riding sort of thing ... Sheffield is now free of centuries of grime and thick air but, unfortunately, I'm now stuck in the flattest, most boring part of coastal England ... we come here to die ... weirdly, this 90 year old house is always freezing (frozzen) inside and the heating is still on ...
I'll now cut it short ... my logic [and gullibility, if you will] tells me that most of the evidence was all "post-mortem" ... retrospectively deduced to fit the "facts" of him being unarmed and bearing the stigmata of innocence when he hit the ground
By the way, I really appreciated the left-mounting stuff that you brought out quite recently ... again, take care and retain your self-imposed cool
My mother called me Michael (please, not Mike or Micky or any other Monkee, she'd turn in her grave)
Chapel Saint Leonards
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England, The dis-United Kingdom Of Bigger Brittany
....apparently you were well rested after your bus excursion as your keyboard didn't need any oiling; it was ready! So I decided to move up here to see if I have enough room to handle all this.
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Joyce, of all your posts over all these years this is one that I simply cannot believe is true. I'm sorry to question your credibility but I have to say what's on my mind: You live in Tombstone withou... more
...that pleases me is that you sound almost sympathetic!
I never ask for the moon and I, in all fairness, realize you have your limitations. But now you might understand why I am not always flash... more
If I lived in Tombstone with no air conditioning this time of year, my I. Q. would have already gone down the drain with the rest of my sweat.
I once said you were like Billy Clanton in the street ... more
It's no fun arguing with someone who's lying on the floor from heat prostration reaching up to the computer keyboard to one finger type a response to something that offended your beloved cowboys (some... more
...that I am a tough old broad and some of that comes from the same kind of background of my beloved cowboys! So don't count me out yet; I may screw up occasionally but I don't let it get me down. I a... more
... if only they were the steam trains of my youth ... again, London's Tube has nowt to do with me ... thanks, Uncle Nate ... did anyone speak to you while [or if] you were on there? ... South Yorkshi... more
Kenny ... yes, the most famous Welsh word which requires a twist in the tongue just to pronounce the first and last eight letters correctly ... you've mention Ted Lewis and Barry peninsula or estuary ... more
...in your post you suggested that as most of the evidence was all 'post-mortem'...deduced to fit the 'facts' of Billy being unarmed and bearing the stigmata of innocence when he hit the ground...
No one testified to seeing when Billy's wrist wound was sustained or that Morgan Earp's fist shot hit Billy's wrist. You say you have gone back over several testimonies to write your note to gobs. Ple... more
Joyce ... apologies ... there was no sympathy vote intended, just an unwise Biblical metaphor ... what I meant was that I'd necessarily have to accept that he was unarmed, down on the ground and scram... more