2 thoughts on “Not to the manor born

  1. xileffilex

    Curiouser and curiouser

    I don’t read other people’s blogs because I don’t have the time and interest to do so…. I have a lot of time on my hands. I enjoy discovering things…

    Hmmm

    I’ve read the daddiouhoh [who came out to play at Cluesforum on the Miles Mathis Pi thread briefly] piece and it is indeed a big red ‘don’t look here’ flag, or rather a ‘don’t look at the past too closely’ flag. And don’t look too closely at faked deaths. [the ‘niece of a friend’ routine]

    I’ll leave the last word with commenter Vexman

    so…I still believe that…. this Jeruzalem event is a fake one, big time fake

    1. tokarski

      I think it is a matter of people not reading long pieces … the Jerusalem piece was long. There are only so many hours in a day, I shy away from long pieces unless I have burning interest. But the Jerusalem piece was a bit nuanced … not saying the event was real, as we know from the video available that it was not, but that it had the feel of a trap, and the colleague’s niece being a victim made it a very hard piece to write. All of that in mind, I took it to mean that we should never trust, always verify, and even then watch our back pockets. We were looking over our shoulder for a pickpocket.

      I am surprised, but not really, that this is interpreted as disinfo. It is simply not having read closely enough.

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