11 LOU SMIT: So just one more area. Everybody 12 has heard about -- I can't say that. What have you 13 heard about a paint tray? 14 JOHN RAMSEY: Just what I read, or tried 15 not to read. But can't help but hear the media 16 that tell us a broken paintbrush that was used as 17 part of the -- you see, I found JonBenet. I never 18 saw a cord or that sort of thing. I thought I saw 19 a cord, but I didn't focus on it or realize there 20 was anything in the way of a twister, which 21 apparently it was. 22 It apparently was a paintbrush. And that's based 23 on what I heard in the media. That's my 24 impression. That's all I really heard. "I never saw a cord or that sort of thing. I thought I saw a cord, but I didn't focus on it or realize there was anything in the way of a twister, which apparently it was.":waitasec: DUHHHHHH JOHN...which was it? You NEVER saw it, or you THOUGHT you saw it? (rolling eyes) And ANOTHER thing...How in the WORLD would he know a slang term used for a garotte. I think of ....um...maybe a tornado, a board game...or when I am hungry, the Twister on the KFC menu (a chicken wrap)...but, NOT a garotte. Your average person would have never referred to the garotte as a twister. Why didn't he just say..."the rope around her neck", for example. Regardless of if he saw it or not...he still referred to it as "a twister", sounds like someone that knows a little about garottes...uh...I MEAN twisters.