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    What is the special recess for and for how long? I'm at work and missed that. TIA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldleaf View Post
    How many of us have old-school dads who stay calm in a crisis? My dad would have kept his head the entire time to make sure everything was being done correctly. I'm not talking about flat-affect either, he would have focused his entire being on the matter at hand, making sure nothing was missed.
    Funny that you say that. My father is always the one we go to in stressful/chaotic situations simply FOR his ability to remain calm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldleaf View Post
    How many of us have old-school dads who stay calm in a crisis? My dad would have kept his head the entire time to make sure everything was being done correctly. I'm not talking about flat-affect either, he would have focused his entire being on the matter at hand, making sure nothing was missed.
    My dh as well....
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    ok.....can someone tell me what CM meant about the "flat effect"? was that about her showing no emotion like she is in court? What confuses me is why did he ask the deputy about "you know what that means"??

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitana1 View Post
    When you hit post and it comes up that the thread is closed, just hit your computer's back button. You will be back where you were writing the post and everything you wrote (and quoted) should be there. Just highlight and copy it. Now you can go to the new thread, hit "post reply" and paste what you have copied, into the post reply box in the new thread. Works like a charm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleutherontheside View Post
    Get in line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xin View Post
    Where do we vent? Parking lot? I have a few remarks perhaps about Amy. Vent away...we're here for you.
    I did...I take offense to Mason's treatment of law enforcement....especially from a man, Mason, who served his country and treats others who serve their community with such disregard and disdain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful One View Post
    What is the special recess for and for how long? I'm at work and missed that. TIA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mama-cita View Post
    Reginald Hosey (or is it Posey?) is really dreamy. I call dibs! Actually WFTV is saying his name is Posey, does anyone know what his real name is??
    I dunno but you might have to fight me for him. He is VERY handsome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mama-cita View Post
    Reginald Hosey (or is it Posey?) is really dreamy. I call dibs! Actually WFTV is saying his name is Posey, does anyone know what his real name is??
    Hosey.

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    Please do! I'm sure I would agree with you!
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    An aside...I have an attorney friend who is VERY high profile in Florida. (Nobody even remotely associated with this case.)

    That said....he makes more money than God...yet wears his hair in a rather unkempt manner. He does so for a reason. He does not want to appear flashy but rather a bit eccentric.

    My question....does CM wear his hair like that on purpose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantPickle View Post
    so anyway ....what I was saying was...the men where I come from are expected to be stoic, in control and completely calm in emergency situations and high intensity emotional situations. Is that not the norm for most people? A woman being calm would be odd...but not a man.
    Yes, I'd like them to ask, on redirect, whether LA was calm. bet he was. That's how many men are, especially when their wife is freaking out. What was GA supposed to do? Run around wailing and carrying on like CA? Most men don't do that.
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    I think George was in somewhat of a state of shock (car towed, smell, the learning his granddaughter was missing) combined with trying to stay strong for Cindy. I am sure he was not only terribly worried about Caylee, but Cindy too.
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    in GA's defense... COPS AND DETECTIVE MUST ALWAYS HAVE A CALM AFFECT!! THAT IS ONE OF THEIR TRAITS!! have you ever seen INSANE screaming cops and detectives?? wouldnt THAT behavior be WRONG and NOT condusive to gather info and ascertain facts?? you MUST remain calm in the presence of hysterics or else YOU are doing the situation no good and can NOT help if you are just as out of control...being an Aux Officer for 10 yrs... and working with many law enforcement...GA was being a law enforcement person...imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intermezzo View Post
    It is HOSEY

    Thanks. I need to know if I am the future Mrs. Posey or Mrs. Hosey. Makes a difference, eh??
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    In case anyone needs to know how..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumsy View Post
    ok.....can someone tell me what CM meant about the "flat effect"? was that about her showing no emotion like she is in court? What confuses me is why did he ask the deputy about "you know what that means"??
    A "Flat Affect" (CM was saying it wrong) is a very common symptom amongst people with severe depression and/or schizophrenia and other mental health problems. Not sure why CM would give the "wink, wink" on it to the witness? I would think he'd want to make that connection clear as day to the jury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumsy View Post
    ok.....can someone tell me what CM meant about the "flat effect"? was that about her showing no emotion like she is in court? What confuses me is why did he ask the deputy about "you know what that means"??
    Flat Affect- No emotional response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumsy View Post
    ok.....can someone tell me what CM meant about the "flat effect"? was that about her showing no emotion like she is in court? What confuses me is why did he ask the deputy about "you know what that means"??
    He's trying to demonstrate ICAs "molestation trauma" and GAs super detective skills and knowledge of the aforementioned pool drowning. Flat affect is characteristic of several psych conditions (lol, I typed pyscho)


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    Quote Originally Posted by sleutherontheside View Post
    An aside...I have an attorney friend who is VERY high profile in Florida. (Nobody even remotely associated with this case.)

    That said....he makes more money than God...yet wears his hair in a rather unkempt manner. He does so for a reason. He does not want to appear flashy but rather a bit eccentric.

    My question....does CM wear his hair like that on purpose?
    Big diff: your friend has style, CM, not so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumsy View Post
    ok.....can someone tell me what CM meant about the "flat effect"? was that about her showing no emotion like she is in court? What confuses me is why did he ask the deputy about "you know what that means"??
    It's 'affect' and I loved that the deputy replied to him "do you mean Affect", when CM said 'effect'.

    LOL he was being condescending but he looked like a fool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleutherontheside View Post
    An aside...I have an attorney friend who is VERY high profile in Florida. (Nobody even remotely associated with this case.)

    That said....he makes more money than God...yet wears his hair in a rather unkempt manner. He does so for a reason. He does not want to appear flashy but rather a bit eccentric.

    My question....does CM wear his hair like that on purpose?
    The comment about CM made me giggle and kind of spit up my brownie at the same time.
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    I have a notorious temper, and a tendency to freak out. My husband is just the opposite. I think MANY married couples share this dual dynamic. JMO
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