bbmWell I can tell you I go into the Indooroopilly bus interchange(where he crashed) and the only cars allowed in there are police cars. Right by where he crashed is a little police station and it is nowhere near the police station he was supposed to be going too.
To get where he was he would have had to mounted a kerb and footpath. My guess deliberate to cover up injuries.
Totally agree MadDocAnd that, I believe, is a big difference between men and women...Even though Todd Fuller QC is probably not a stereotypical example of conventional male good looks (a la Brad Pitt, Hugh Jackman, a younger Tom Cruise, whoever your favourite hot celebrity happens to be) - the women on this forum (and probably women everywhere who are following the trial) are falling in love with him in droves. The attraction is his obvious intelligence, the skill and passion with which he does his job, the fact that he is working hard to bring justice to one who can no longer speak up for herself, and the glimpse that we catch of his character and moral integrity as a result of this.
GBC, on the other hand, can (arguably) be classed as reasonably good looking - especially when slimmer and bearded - I noted in a previous post that in this state he bore a passing resemblance to Ben Affleck and this would be the actor of choice to play him in a movie. However, with what we have learned about him over the past 2 years - the nature of his alleged crimes, the conduct that he has displayed and what has come out in the trial from other people's statements - it would be a safe bet for me to state that most women here would find him repulsive.
Character, personality, intelligence and morals tend to be what women fall in love with. Most males I have observed (not all, I know it's wrong to generalise) tend to be attracted more to physical beauty. Just my opinion.
Well the subject IS court related, I could say reading about Todd is research
MadDoc. Darling, I am older enough to be Todd's grandmother. I am sure he would not be enjoying his fame ... and the lecherous websleuth ladies lusting after him. And if you are not after physical beauty .... and you are a male (and very good looking) .... I may be your perfect woman. :loveyou:
I agree, I don't get it either - although I think he's done a wonderful job, definitely no crush on him here.
Thank you for the kind words, Heloise...but (fortunately or unfortunately)
- I am a female (not that there is anything wrong with women who love women, I just don't happen to bat for that team!)
- I am already taken (hubby has a science degree, so let's call him MadScientist)
- I won't be winning any beauty contests any time soon, and
- I am in the same age group as GBC, give or take a year or two.
I definitely don't have a crush on him myself, although I am very impressed by his work as I have followed the trial. In fact, some of the outpourings of heartfelt "lust" make me a bit uncomfortable at times - I start to think
(a) What if he reads this forum,
(b) It doesn't do any good for WebSleuths' image - didn't one commenter, very early in the course of this case, refer to WS as a bunch of gossiping middle-aged women or something along those lines?
and (c) if the shoe were on the other foot, and there was a brilliant female barrister doing an outstanding job, and the males were going all hormonal about how they were in love with her, how would she (and other women here) perceive that?
So willfully stopping the breath constitutes murder... That's intent...
I am quite sure that with the right man, Allison would have positively glowed, and the right man would have been very happy. He might have a constant genuine smile, and be always putting Allison up on a pedestal. And the marriage could have gone places.Just musing but he is the kind of man that Allison should have married.
Bored? You have to be joking!
Absolutely No way.....
I wonder how many people have put part of their lives on hold for two years ?
And at great cost to many.
Why? To see justice prevail in a thoroughly unjust matter.
I am quite sure that with the right man, Allison would have positively glowed, and the right man would have been very happy. He might have a constant genuine smile, and be always putting Allison up on a pedestal. And the marriage could have gone places.
There's a word I like using in this situation; A marriage with the right ingredients, Synergism.
How long was their engagement?
Did they live together before marriage?
If they knew each other a short time maybe Allison didn't see his traits in time.
Also I think something happened o/seas because in her diary she wasn't happy about something. Either angry or depressed.