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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
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    Why thank you Hazel ... just a tich more cream, sil vous plait !!

    What the heck is DWoG ??? I think it is JS with NW in the blue bikini pic.

    ETA: S'okay ... I just figured out what DWoG is. No, DWoG is one of her FB friends.
    SB, when I clicked on that pic, I got that name, hmmm, will go back and see how is that I got that name?
    I might get one for myself as well, it's chilly today!

    ETA: I am now getting something different: Operation Istambul Thrust security
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazel View Post
    ETA: I am now getting something different: Operation Istambul Thrust security
    <snip>

    I dunno ... the site itself seems to be a miriad of theories, but it was only the picture that was important to me with respect to confirming the FB ID and subsequent connections.

    OOPS !! I stand corrected on something here (a humbling experience) ... the honey ref IS still on the FB page (had to click on "Show other Pages"), and it is actually called "Active Jelly Bush Honey" aka Australian Manuka, but it hails from New South Wales, Australia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
    Hazel is a workaholic !! I am an alcoholic. just kidding folks

    Thinking on Piotr Drabik from Gdansk, and LC in Kracow at the Pasternik ... and because we are all thinkaholics who think strange things i googled images for +kracow +sovka. Came up with this link to a rather unique site that contains what appears to be a pic of Noni and JS (captioned: "Operation Istanbul Thrust, security guru, Capt Rich.jpg") :

    http://www.google.ca/imgres?imgurl=h...1t:429,r:4,s:0

    PS: sorry i blew the margins
    Very strange! The lady with JS appears to be Asian (to me) but if it is N.W.that is one well preserved woman! Not to be crass, but could the pic title be sexual innuendo?
    I agree that P.D.does look like B.Stone.I wonder if the familiar looking fellow in blue shirt with logo is the same crosslegged fellow in previously posted group picture with L.C. i will look for photo later.

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    If you search the site (edit>find) at link below you can follow Lachlan's gypsy travels from 1997-2005 and some into 2006. The site is the CCP14 history.

    http://www.ccp14.ac.uk/whatsnew_history.html

    Lachlan gives presentations all over Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, S. Korea, USA and Canada. He always posts notices of where he will be, specific dates and times (even addresses) and how to reach him by e-mail -- always accompanied with an apology for any inconvenience caused to anyone.

    His travels and responsibilities during this period are mind-boggling! Most amazing is that during his travels he could keep up with the rapid and many changes in the world of computing, adjust his programs and advise his colleagues how to work with them.

    I now understand his postings of all modes of transportation, their schedules and cost, as well as the same for lodgings and places to eat. He also annotates rip-offs, areas to avoid and those in which to never walk alone after dark. He was a wise, sensitive, careful genius and traveled the world over without harm.......until....

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    Quote Originally Posted by deputydawg2
    He was a wise, sensitive, careful genius and traveled the world over without harm.......until....
    <rsbm>

    Yes ... "until". It broke my heart watching the memorial video to see our Canadian flag so prominently displayed. I wish he could have grown old in this country that he loved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
    Hazel is a workaholic !! I am an alcoholic. just kidding folks

    Thinking on Piotr Drabik from Gdansk, and LC in Kracow at the Pasternik ... and because we are all thinkaholics who think strange things i googled images for +kracow +sovka. Came up with this link to a rather unique site that contains what appears to be a pic of Noni and JS (captioned: "Operation Istanbul Thrust, security guru, Capt Rich.jpg") :

    http://www.google.ca/imgres?imgurl=h...1t:429,r:4,s:0

    PS: sorry i blew the margins
    The receptors on my helmet started malfunctioning on that frequency, so I tuned in to another channel:

    http://engagementofthemind.blogspot.com/

    One small question: what triggered that earthquake in Haiti? Or two: why wasn't the GG's term wasn't renewed, what about that proroguing and apparent conflicts over Parliament, in short, why didn't she and our PM get along?

    Got any kirsch, SB?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Summersolstice View Post
    The receptors on my helmet started malfunctioning on that frequency, so I tuned in to another channel:

    http://engagementofthemind.blogspot.com/

    One small question: what triggered that earthquake in Haiti? Or two: why wasn't the GG's term wasn't renewed, what about that proroguing and apparent conflicts over Parliament, in short, why didn't she and our PM get along?

    Got any kirsch, SB?
    I've eyeballed the link (this stuff is so long and convoluted), but it did pique my interest when i saw the "coup" word, given the RCMP has recently issued their report stating that one of their main interests is a coup d'etat that was being planned against our government.

    http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/...942/story.html

    Well, hmmm

    Kirsch is all gone, but will don my fine new cap and clomp to the store in my new plaid wellies and by another case, in case. Things to do Thursday: Shine musket in case of violent coup by evil doers

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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
    I've eyeballed the link (this stuff is so long and convoluted), but it did pique my interest when i saw the "coup" word, given the RCMP has recently issued their report stating that one of their main interests is a coup d'etat that was being planned against our government.

    http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/...942/story.html

    Well, hmmm

    Kirsch is all gone, but will don my fine new cap and clomp to the store in my new plaid wellies and by another case, in case. Things to do Thursday: Shine musket in case of violent coup by evil doers
    Gosh, I don't even recall reading that story. So maybe strangers wandering around in the woods around nuclear facilities is not the kind of thing that would go unnoticed after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summersolstice View Post
    The receptors on my helmet started malfunctioning on that frequency, so I tuned in to another channel:

    http://engagementofthemind.blogspot.com/

    One small question: what triggered that earthquake in Haiti? Or two: why wasn't the GG's term wasn't renewed, what about that proroguing and apparent conflicts over Parliament, in short, why didn't she and our PM get along?

    Got any kirsch, SB?
    Those electromagnetonimical headgears and firewater don't mix. Take it from one who knows.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
    I've eyeballed the link (this stuff is so long and convoluted), but it did pique my interest when i saw the "coup" word, given the RCMP has recently issued their report stating that one of their main interests is a coup d'etat that was being planned against our government.

    http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/...942/story.html

    Well, hmmm

    Kirsch is all gone, but will don my fine new cap and clomp to the store in my new plaid wellies and by another case, in case. Things to do Thursday: Shine musket in case of violent coup by evil doers
    You mean those Mounties are just now hearing about that 3-Into-1 Plan??? High time they saddled-up and rode for that border!

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    Williams is now defended by Ottawa lawyer Pat Santini, according to a document filed Wednesday in Belleville Superior Court.
    Why does this name sound familiar to me?

    http://www.intelligencer.ca/ArticleD...aspx?e=2768915

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxfactor View Post
    Why does this name sound familiar to me?

    http://www.intelligencer.ca/ArticleD...aspx?e=2768915
    Max, that name is familiar to me because it was in the movie, The Godfather. James Caan played the character, Nick Santini. Also, there was a TV series, Airwolfe, in which Ernest Borgnine's character was Santini.

    It is probably familiar to other people for other reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxfactor View Post
    Why does this name sound familiar to me?

    http://www.intelligencer.ca/ArticleD...aspx?e=2768915
    When Chretien's son was up on charges of assault, Santini was the Ministry lawyer/spokesperson for Liberal MP Ethel Blondin Andrew who allegedly urged the victim's mother not to contact PM Chretien:

    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2002/..._pm020727.html

    http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/200...ations_020729/

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    Quote Originally Posted by deputydawg2 View Post
    Max, that name is familiar to me because it was in the movie, The Godfather. James Caan played the character, Nick Santini.
    FYI - Caan's character in the Godfather was Santino 'Sonny' Corleone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
    When Chretien's son was up on charges of assault, Santini was the Ministry lawyer/spokesperson for Liberal MP Ethel Blondin Andrew who allegedly urged the victim's mother not to contact PM Chretien:

    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2002/..._pm020727.html

    http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/200...ations_020729/
    It seems that makes two connections to PMs past and present, then, in a roundabout way.

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    This whole situation is very puzzling. More puzzling, in fact, than this:

    http://www.math.toronto.edu/barbeau/torcontest10.pdf

    I wonder if Chapter V has any solutions:

    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-Wizardry/dp/156881447X/ref=ase_mathpuzzlecom/#reader_156881447X"]Amazon.com: Mathematical Wizardry for a Gardner (9781568814476): Ed Pegg Jr., Alan H. Schoen, Tom Rodgers: Books[/ame]

    In any case, I'm beginning to think it will take an eternity to find the answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
    When Chretien's son was up on charges of assault, Santini was the Ministry lawyer/spokesperson for Liberal MP Ethel Blondin Andrew who allegedly urged the victim's mother not to contact PM Chretien:

    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2002/..._pm020727.html

    http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/200...ations_020729/
    Thanks, SB. Your links led me to some interesting articles. I find that learning about people's associates and social involvements are important in trying to learn what is really going on. Here's some links others might find interesting. At first link scroll down to top of page 3 to the photo and article on left.

    http://www.advocates.ca/assets/files...ummer_2010.pdf

    I find the 2 photos interesting at link below. Scroll to page 3, photo at top right and same page, the photo in second row (interesting guy on the left there - seems he likes photo ops. I recall one on Jan 17.).

    http://www.ilpostinocanada.com/issue...5_issuePDF.pdf
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    Too late to edit my # 67, here's another interesting link. Click on Ottawa in list at left.
    Poor Jane Doe.

    http://www.rmc-agr.com/english/members.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by deputydawg2 View Post
    Too late to edit my # 67, here's another interesting link. Click on Ottawa in list at left.
    Poor Jane Doe.

    http://www.rmc-agr.com/english/members.php
    DD2, did you watch the Fifth Estate's documentary on CBC last night? Just in case you missed it, here is the link:

    Above Suspicion - The Shocking Case of Colonel Russell Williams

    http://www.cbc.ca/fifth/2010-2011/abovesuspicion/

    Interesting to note the lack of communication between the OPP (Tweed) and the Belleville Police. Tweed is located 33 Km north of Belleville. Jessica lived north of Belleville.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazel View Post
    DD2, did you watch the Fifth Estate's documentary on CBC last night? Just in case you missed it, here is the link:

    Above Suspicion - The Shocking Case of Colonel Russell Williams

    http://www.cbc.ca/fifth/2010-2011/abovesuspicion/

    Interesting to note the lack of communication between the OPP (Tweed) and the Belleville Police. Tweed is located 33 Km north of Belleville. Jessica lived north of Belleville.

    Map = http://maps.google.ca/maps?f=d&sourc...=UTF8&t=h&z=11
    Thank you, Hazel. Unfortunately the film is not available where I am. I did read all the comments and noted that there was not one negative among them. And thanks for the map, also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deputydawg2 View Post
    Thank you, Hazel. Unfortunately the film is not available where I am. I did read all the comments and noted that there was not one negative among them. And thanks for the map, also.
    Right! you are not in Canada. Here is just a clip from the CBC News, I'm sure that one will work:

    http://www.cbc.ca/video/news/player....pid=1598613994

    Try these other links as well:

    ( 1 ) Above Suspicion (Promo)

    ( 2 ) Above Suspicion (Full Version)

    ( 3 ) John Casey on community reaction to charges

    ( 4 ) Alain Plante on Marie France Comeau
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazel View Post
    Right! you are not in Canada. Here is just a clip from the CBC News, I'm sure that one will work:

    http://www.cbc.ca/video/news/player....pid=1598613994

    Try these other links as well:

    ( 1 ) Above Suspicion (Promo)

    ( 2 ) Above Suspicion (Full Version)

    ( 3 ) John Casey on community reaction to charges

    ( 4 ) Alain Plante on Marie France Comeau
    Thanks much, Hazel. I still can't view your # (2) and (4). The other links worked fine, just made me wish I could see the whole thing. I'll just depend on you guys to point out anything new and significant that was there..

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    Quote Originally Posted by deputydawg2 View Post
    Too late to edit my # 67, here's another interesting link. Click on Ottawa in list at left.
    Poor Jane Doe.

    http://www.rmc-agr.com/english/members.php
    Sure have to wonder how "sexual abuse defence" found its way into their litany of specializations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
    Sure have to wonder how "sexual abuse defence" found its way into their litany of specializations.
    Yeah, not only 'how' but when that aberrant category was added would be an interesting thing to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deputydawg2 View Post
    Thanks, SB. Your links led me to some interesting articles. I find that learning about people's associates and social involvements are important in trying to learn what is really going on. Here's some links others might find interesting. At first link scroll down to top of page 3 to the photo and article on left.

    http://www.advocates.ca/assets/files...ummer_2010.pdf

    I find the 2 photos interesting at link below. Scroll to page 3, photo at top right and same page, the photo in second row (interesting guy on the left there - seems he likes photo ops. I recall one on Jan 17.).

    http://www.ilpostinocanada.com/issue...5_issuePDF.pdf
    There are lots of glitterati events in Ottawa:

    http://www.canada.com/ottawacitizen/...9-dcce5dda8922

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