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    Holloway and Ramsey? Didn't see that one coming......


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    There's another thread around here about this.

    I don't get it. I mean, I do...but I don't.

    It's interesting how tragedy can bring people together and separate them at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southernpixie View Post
    Wow, that's just weird! I don't remember much about Jug, other than his name, but from what I do remember he seemed to really support Beth and the search for Natalee. I guess the stress of it all was too much. Of course you never know what goes on behind closed doors. And I can't even begin to imagine those closed doors with Beth and Mr. Ramsey!

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    Duplicating thread

    Sorry if I duplicated the thread - I didn't see the original. I was too busy scratching my head I guess........

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    There are threads in both the Holloway and JonBenet forums on suspicions that the two were dating. This looks like a "rebound" kind of thing to me (for Beth). I think that it is plain weird and a tragedy in itself.

    I have always felt that John Ramsey was involved in the murder of his child. I have always sympathized with Beth in the loss of her child. I guess that Beth thinks that John is innocent. Surely, she knows the rumors that have plagued him for years. I just hope that she isn't setting herself up for more heartache.

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    He sure didnt waste much time did he?.. Geez..

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    I don't see how a relationship between these two will work long-term. The world knows that Beth had nothing to do with the disappearance and (probable) death of her daughter. She made a nuisance (rightfully so) of herself trying to find answers and justice for her daughter.

    The same can't be said about John.

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    And Patsy just died last December? And John is hot and heavy with Beth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrendaStar View Post
    And Patsy just died last December? And John is hot and heavy with Beth?
    From the article:

    Ramsey's wife and JonBenet's mother, Patsy Ramsey, died last June of ovarian cancer at the age of 49. Twitty was officially divorced from George "Jug" Twitty in December.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrendaStar View Post
    And Patsy just died last December? And John is hot and heavy with Beth?

    That's not uncommon. I've known of a lot of men to get involved very quickly after the death of a wife. Some men just refuse to be alone.

    My dh is friends with a man whose wife died and he was dating 2 months to the date of her death. He married that woman about 4-5 months later. It didn't last and he moved on to another woman. Now they're married and he's still miserable but he'd rather that than be alone. I don't get it, but then again, I'm not a man either LOL.

    My mother has warned me that if she's the first to die, not to be shocked if my dad has another woman within 6 weeks. She's fine with it and really doesn't even seem to take it personally, or care for that matter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shopper View Post
    That's not uncommon. I've known of a lot of men to get involved very quickly after the death of a wife. Some men just refuse to be alone.

    My dh is friends with a man whose wife died and he was dating 2 months to the date of her death. He married that woman about 4-5 months later. It didn't last and he moved on to another woman. Now they're married and he's still miserable but he'd rather that than be alone. I don't get it, but then again, I'm not a man either LOL.

    My mother has warned me that if she's the first to die, not to be shocked if my dad has another woman within 6 weeks. She's fine with it and really doesn't even seem to take it personally, or care for that matter.
    My mom says similar things but my parents are so devoted I can't imagine it. She always says, "It would be a compliment to me that he loved marriage. But it better not be TOO soon!" LOL!

    About JR and Beth - strange bedfellows, if you ask me. Will she ever say,"Did you do it? Did P do it?" Wouldn't we love to hear their conversations! Does he date her because she gives him credibility?

    Eve

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    Quote Originally Posted by shopper View Post
    That's not uncommon. I've known of a lot of men to get involved very quickly after the death of a wife. Some men just refuse to be alone.

    My dh is friends with a man whose wife died and he was dating 2 months to the date of her death. He married that woman about 4-5 months later. It didn't last and he moved on to another woman. Now they're married and he's still miserable but he'd rather that than be alone. I don't get it, but then again, I'm not a man either LOL.

    My mother has warned me that if she's the first to die, not to be shocked if my dad has another woman within 6 weeks. She's fine with it and really doesn't even seem to take it personally, or care for that matter.

    My Mom has always said " Women mourn and Men Replace".. in either divorce or death..

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    Hey, I've also known women that started dating again, while the bodies of their deceased spouses, barely had a chance to get cold. I've also know women, who never left a relatiionship, until they had already started another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzm1 View Post
    Hey, I've also known women that started dating again, while the bodies of their deceased spouses, barely had a chance to get cold. I've also know women, who never left a relatiionship, until they had already started another one.

    I know a lot of women like that.

    I don't know Beth or John personally, but I personally hate the fact that she is dating him and hope that she is very, very careful....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzm1 View Post
    Hey, I've also known women that started dating again, while the bodies of their deceased spouses, barely had a chance to get cold. I've also know women, who never left a relatiionship, until they had already started another one.
    I meant nothing disparaging about men moving on quicker than women, just a pattern that I personally have witnessed.

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