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    If they luminoled that house last night, I bet it lit up like a xmas tree! JMO Bleach will not get rid of everything! Thats jmo ! oh and if it was just laundry detergent wow!

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    Thanks, WindChime!

    Philamena, I wasn't fast enough to bring over the photo you posted from the newsobserver, but could you repost it here..please? I was trying to figure out what the object were they were carrying out. One looked possibly like a pillow and the tall one may be a lamp. Thanks!!
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    Thanks WindChime.

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    If he was buying laundry detergent with bleach then I suspect he wouldn't be cleaning the floors, furniture, etc. with that. IMO - maybe rugs or clothing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmom View Post
    If he was buying laundry detergent with bleach then I suspect he wouldn't be cleaning the floors, furniture, etc. with that. IMO - maybe rugs or clothing!
    Hi swimmom, Maybe he just thought there was bleach in the detergent! NOT! I dont know, but some men if they dont do the wash wouldnt know! jmo

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    My hubby was on the all army triathlon team, went to ironman hawaii and has done many other ironman length races. I know blinky already posted it, but I confirmed with my hubby and yes...only pros are tested. When we were in Hawaii, Luc Von Lierde was dq`d for drugs and he was the fave to win.

    BC is not racing pro...from looking at his blog he is an age grouper and has not been at it very long.

    Another thing to add....ironman training, equipment, race entry, etc is VERY EXPENSIVE (personal experience here folks). My hubby's racing bike was two grand and it was a cheaper one! It is also expensive figuratively in terms of the time you are away training. Five hour bike rides followed by a two hour run.... It really can get very hard to be supportive after awhile.

    Perhpas the ironmans were a point of contention? (ie, time away from home and money spent ....thousands.... on the sport itself)

    And who was it...who said donuts again?! Oh no!!!! All I have sweet in this nasty set of army quarters is a jar of peanut butter LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmom View Post
    If he was buying laundry detergent with bleach then I suspect he wouldn't be cleaning the floors, furniture, etc. with that. IMO - maybe rugs or clothing!
    To me, that would be clothes or bedding, especially if it was powdered. It wouldn't be used on furniture, carpeting, or car upholstery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriouslySearching View Post
    Thanks, WindChime!

    Philamena, I wasn't fast enough to bring over the photo you posted from the newsobserver, but could you repost it here..please? I was trying to figure out what the object were they were carrying out. One looked possibly like a pillow and the tall one may be a lamp. Thanks!!
    not another lamp.... wow... seems these guys are learning from one another. That rumor of blunt force trauma as cod may be verified soon... so sad....

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    Quote Originally Posted by panthera View Post
    To me, that would be clothes or bedding, especially if it was powdered. It wouldn't be used on furniture, carpeting, or car upholstery.
    Did they say it was powdered rather than liquid?


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    Talking thank you windchime

    :bananalama:Oh...where are my manners...thank you windchime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursebeeme View Post
    not another lamp.... wow... seems these guys are learning from one another. That rumor of blunt force trauma as cod may be verified soon... so sad....
    They might be learning from each other but they're not getting any better at outsmarting LE or forensics. Some just haven't got caught yet, but someday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmom View Post
    Did they say it was powdered rather than liquid?
    No ~ I was just saying if it was powdered it would be harder to use to spot clean than liquid. Also even using liquid detergent on some furniture fabrics and car upholstery could make it worse by leaving a noticeable "ring".

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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmom View Post
    If he was buying laundry detergent with bleach then I suspect he wouldn't be cleaning the floors, furniture, etc. with that. IMO - maybe rugs or clothing!
    Yeah swimmom! And think about the thought process......bread, milk, BLEACH. uMMMMMM....yeah.... And this is the breadwinner who works all day and he is out at the store at 4am or 6am for that matter! I want to see his honey~do list.. I mean men don't just go...bread, milk, BLEACH or even laundry soap for that matter...anytime of the day.

    If I have offended any men I am really sorry and also would love to purchase some of your dna so I can give my own husband some gene therapy! LOL

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    On this slide show towards the end is a man jogging and it shows the place where Nancy was found. He could of easily driven right up to it and rolled her into the water without having to walk very far at all.

    http://www.newsobserver.com/news/pho...y/1142714.html

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