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  • Yes, I Knew That Patsy Misspelled Advise.

    27 18.24%
  • No, I Had No Clue That Patsy Misspelled Advise, Until Holdon Pointed It Out In A Thread.

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    Did You Know That Patsy Spelled Advise Wrong In The Sample RN?

    According to Holdontoyourhat, most RDI's didn't even realize that Patsy misspelled the word advise (she spelled it advize), in both her left and right hand SAMPLE RN. I told him that there were probably one or two RDI's that didn't know that...including me. He doesn't believe me...so I am taking a poll. Did you guys know that Patsy misspelled advise (advize) in both of her sample RN's? If so...then WHY? Did she do it on purpose? (Which is MY guess), or accidently (which is what Holdontoyourhat believes).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ames View Post
    If so...then WHY? Did she do it on purpose? (Which is MY guess), or accidently (which is what Holdontoyourhat believes).
    Yes...on purpose. It would be downright silly to think that Patsy,a Journalism major and college graduate,wouldn't know how to spell advise.Read or listen to the news...you'll hear 'such and such was advised to...'.Especially in legal terms..and on that note,perhaps Patsy was advised to misspell the word advise?

    How many words have the letter z in them anyway?Not many mainstream words.

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    I say she did it on purpose - she was a journalism major...of course she knew how to spell a commonly-used word like 'advise.'

    We're all supposed to shake our heads and smile at what a naive and sheltered woman Patsy was:

    "Oh, look, ahaha. Patsy not only thought she still money in the bank if she still had checks in her checkbook, but she also doesn't know to spell 'advise.' There's no way a simple lil ole Southern country gal like Patsy could have possibly written that horrid RN."

    I don't believe Patsy was that ignorant about either financial matters or the correct spelling of a 4th grade vocabulary word like 'advise.'

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    I looked it up and found that Callan had noted the misspelling of 'advise' on another forum, last year. He seemed to believe that was cause to believe that PR did not write the RN.

    I agree, as the 'deliberate misspelling conspiracy' isn't so easy for RDI to automatically deduce now, years later, when the misspellings had never even been noticed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holdontoyourhat View Post
    I looked it up and found that Callan had noted the misspelling of 'advise' on another forum, last year. He seemed to believe that was cause to believe that PR did not write the RN.

    I agree, as the 'deliberate misspelling conspiracy' isn't so easy for RDI to automatically deduce now, years later, when the misspellings had never even been noticed.

    Yes Callan did bring that topic up on CL and we all spoke about it. If that is all you have Holdon, I think you ought to get some more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuisanceposter View Post
    I say she did it on purpose - she was a journalism major...of course she knew how to spell a commonly-used word like 'advise.'

    We're all supposed to shake our heads and smile at what a naive and sheltered woman Patsy was:

    "Oh, look, ahaha. Patsy not only thought she still money in the bank if she still had checks in her checkbook, but she also doesn't know to spell 'advise.' There's no way a simple lil ole Southern country gal like Patsy could have possibly written that horrid RN."

    I don't believe Patsy was that ignorant about either financial matters or the correct spelling of a 4th grade vocabulary word like 'advise.'
    Patsy probably took a %$#*load of zanax to get her through and as they started kicking in, she got bolder. She wrote the note with all of its TRANSPARENCY.

    But as someone suggested on Topix, Patsy did not apologize to anyone before she died and in order to be forgiven, totally forgiven, one must be honest in their repentence. So since Patsy lived her life lying about "someone being out there", she needed to apologize to all of those people that she and John may have suggested were involved. They could start with Merrick.

    Having NOT done that, Patsy I am afraid is not forgiven. Those are the rules. I did not make them up.

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    absolutely,Solace.well-said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holdontoyourhat View Post
    I looked it up and found that Callan had noted the misspelling of 'advise' on another forum, last year. He seemed to believe that was cause to believe that PR did not write the RN.

    I agree, as the 'deliberate misspelling conspiracy' isn't so easy for RDI to automatically deduce now, years later, when the misspellings had never even been noticed.
    It just makes me more confident than ever...that she DID write that Ransom note. Advise is way too easy of a word, for her to have messed up accidently...especially for a JOURNALISM major. She messed it up in the sample, on purpose. If Patsy was some idiot...and didn't have a degree in Journalism...then I would think that it was done accidently...that she really didn't know how to spell the word advise....but, that is simply not the case here. She misspelled advise accidently...but spelled attaché and other more difficult words, correctly....no, I don't buy that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ames View Post
    It just makes me more confident than ever...that she DID write that Ransom note. Advise is way too easy of a word, for her to have messed up accidently...especially for a JOURNALISM major. She messed it up in the sample, on purpose. If Patsy was some idiot...and didn't have a degree in Journalism...then I would think that it was done accidently...that she really didn't know how to spell the word advise....but, that is simply not the case here. She misspelled advise accidently...but spelled attaché and other more difficult words, correctly....no, I don't buy that.
    me neither,and just what spelling level is that word on,anyway? someone said 4th grade earlier;it probably is a grade school level word,that sounds about right.
    If anything,I would think someone would confuse it with the word 'advice',rather than spell it with a z for the s.Especially a foreigner.But I think that point is moot anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ames View Post
    It just makes me more confident than ever...that she DID write that Ransom note. Advise is way too easy of a word, for her to have messed up accidently...especially for a JOURNALISM major. She messed it up in the sample, on purpose. If Patsy was some idiot...and didn't have a degree in Journalism...then I would think that it was done accidently...that she really didn't know how to spell the word advise....but, that is simply not the case here. She misspelled advise accidently...but spelled attaché and other more difficult words, correctly....no, I don't buy that.
    Yes she did.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JMO8778 View Post
    me neither,and just what spelling level is that word on,anyway? someone said 4th grade earlier;it probably is a grade school level word,that sounds about right.
    If anything,I would think someone would confuse it with the word 'advice',rather than spell it with a z for the s.Especially a foreigner.But I think that point is moot anyway.
    I looked it up, and whoever told you that it was a 4th grade level, is correct.


    http://www.time4learning.com/Spellin...ng-words.shtml

    The word on this list was ADVICE, though.. Same difference...imo
    I do believe that Patsy had a higher education...than 4th grade.

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    I think she misspelled it deliberately also,It is a fairly simple word and as Patsy had done journalism and presumably prepared papers for their early business ventures working out of their house I am sure it was a word she used a lot.

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    I knew she 'mis'spelled, but agree it was NOT an accident.
    "The greatest crimes do not arise from a want of feeling for others but from
    over-sensibility for ourselves and an over-indulgence to our own desires."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pocono Sleuther View Post
    I knew she 'mis'spelled, but agree it was NOT an accident.

    Make sure that you vote in my poll, if you haven't already. I think that it is awesome that this case has caused you to study Forensic Psychology! Good for you!!

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    Cool

    Makes one kind of miss Patsy. If nothing else, she gave us plenty to work with! But, unfortunately, she did do something else and no matter how much she tried to disguise her true self, there was no stopping the real fake Patsy from shining through.

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