Insane Questions for SuperDave

Discussion in 'JonBenet Ramsey' started by SuperDave, Dec 14, 2010.

  1. SuperDave

    SuperDave Well-Known Member

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    Hi, Scandi. I'm no expert on psychology, but it sounds like a subconscious bit of confessing to me.
     
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    SuperDave Well-Known Member

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    Gosh, I hate to admit this, but these three things I didn't even know about. Could someone please fill me in?
     
  3. SecretaryGal

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    Hey there 'coming for you'_ I think the 'blue pierces of paper' are actually spots where the carpet was removed for testing.
     
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    TeaTime Well-Known Member

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    I think the pineapple theme was a favorite of PR's, it seems the breakfast area was decorated with them on fabrics. Hearts are another popular print/theme and I doubt there is any significance to the blanket design. PR just like hearts and pineapples prints.
     
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    Cottonstar Well-Known Member

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    They actually were not.
     
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    @ CS, base shaper of a duffle bag?
     
  7. Cottonstar

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    Yes, I believe so.
     
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    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    Keep your stash beneath the liner?

    Inserts also similar to removable dividers of camera bag.
     
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    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    I missed this detail first time round:

    We Have Your Daughter

    "When the Ramsey home was part of a holiday tour of homes in Boulder in 1994, flyers about the Ramseys were made avilable to visitors.
    According to the Boulder Police Department,
    there was a "copy of the flyer found in the basement near where Jonbenet's body was found. This flyer provides information regarding the background on the family and could contain information observed in the ransom note." (BPD Report #19-1.)

    That's convenient, for setting.
    Was the flyer taken into evidence?
     
  10. UKGuy

    UKGuy Well-Known Member

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    Tadpole12,
    According to the Search Warrant for December 26, 1996 it was as its itemized on the list.


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    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't think an intruder thought ahead to bring one of the flyers to the house nor would there be a reason. Another part of staging.
     
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    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    ok found it
    'One Ramsey residence flyer (19JRB)'
    crimescene-inventory.htm
     
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  14. southernmimi

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    Reading the evidence list makes me queasy even after all these years.
     
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    I just read the list. ),; I too wanted to throw up.
     
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    kaykay543 Well-Known Member

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    Sorry for the late reply. I didn't see this until today. I can tell you that my niece is no better now than she was as a child. Its like they never really grow up--especially socially. My niece is now 33 and is wearing light up tennis shoes. She decorates her room in Mario Brothers. We just had to move her back in with us last month. She has been self sufficient since her last drawback at age 24. For some reason she has slid way back again. She quit her job where she was making excellent pay as a customer service manager (for 8 years) and didn't even try to work for a year. So she has now gone through all her savings. Aspergers is a truly baffling disease. We are trying to get her back on her feet. But socially she is just as awkward as she was at 16
     
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    Swirlz Well-Known Member

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    A little ironic that people are jumping all over Burke for using the term "flaunting". Burke isn't the one who put adult looking costumes and heavy makeup on a little girl. He didn't teach her provocative poses or parade her on a stage before a panel of judges.

    I'd be trying not to laugh too if I were sitting across from Dr. Phil.
     
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  18. southernmimi

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    I doubt Burke even remembers much from that time in his life. Nine years old is just a few thoughts for me...nothing like a play by play.
     
  19. UKGuy

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    kaykay543,
    Sorry to hear that. Lets hope its just a phase and she will recover soon? Being socially awkward is really the Apergers trademark, one of the original tests for Autism, called Reading the Mind in the Eyes, in which people looked at pictures of other people's eyes and tried to guess the mental state of the person in the picture is a good indicator of how socially developed the person is.

    If your niece lacks the social skills she might be feeling depressed or confused over relevant feedback, communication as she perceives things, she might not be able to read the common social signals, so she gets into a negative cycle?

    Some people respond well to contact with animals, e.g. Horses, dogs, cats, etc. Making the effort to find the communication sweet spot can improve things.

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    Swirlz,
    Nope, but as an adult now, he is pretty judgemental regarding her pageant appearances. Given the circumstances, first TV interview, its a crass thing to say. Someone more socially adroit might have thought it but never let it pass their lips!

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