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Your theory that Kennedy was slain by a rock is interesting. Did any one see a boy named David on the Grassy Knoll?
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On 2010-12-09 16:29, tommy wrote:
Your theory that Kennedy was slain by a rock is interesting. Did any one see a boy named David on the Grassy Knoll?


Tommy,

Oh my God. I honestly laughed out loud when I read your post.
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No Tommy - but strangely Ruby had a statue of David in his strip club - I'm beginning to see some linkage.
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That wasn't a statue, it was the world's smallest male stripper.
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Lmao Leave it too Tommy, again lol. That is two for you in less than a week. Actually I think David was seen on the Grassy Knoll and had been seen putting a rock into what looked like a strippers G String just moments before all hell broke loose.
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I am telling you my father had NO alibi for that day.
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I am telling you my father had NO alibi for that day.



That definitely makes him a person of interest.
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I've done my research....I've determined that Kennedy was either killed by an Australian gun crew on the ground or by a Canadian pilot named Charles Brown....I'll update you when I find something new.
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My independent analysis has confirmed that JFK was definitely killed by a bullet. A fast one.
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That is a facinating coincidence....not one president has been killed by a bow and arrow yet. Coincidence? Maybe, then again....
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Nor by slingshot. The plot thicks...
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What about an asp? I mean, if I was stupid enough to kill someone (note: I've no desire to kill anyone) I'd use an asp.
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I'd use my fists. If I had a good enough reason to kill someone then I'd want to feel the point where their skull turns squishy.
Or just a smooth knife stroke if it was a mercy killing.

Not that I'd just kill someone without a really good reason.
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That is what I like about you Critter....you are rational.
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I am, in general, opposed to the death penalty. Not because I preach compassion for people who've killed others, but because I feel we're too likely to make mistakes that can't be rectified.

I do believe there are some people who should be staked out for fire ants.

Except Mark David Chapman...

he should be lowered, head first, into a Beatles convention.
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Mark David Chapman. Actually claimed years after he shot Lennon (John that is. The MORE communist of the Lennons. Man that is funny.) he claimed that if John Lennon was alive at this time, he would forgive me. Man that had to suck. The ONE guy who would forgive him and he goes and shoots the guy. What are the odds?

Anyhow looks like gaddy is in good company. Jessie Ventura says it was the CIA, and George H.W Bush was involved! Also Ford, Nixon and LBJ. If you have not seen that episode of Conspiracy Theory with the JFK assasination, you MUST! It is an hour of pure laughter.
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I think it's time you ran an eye over the Lincoln assasination again.
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Did you know that both Lincoln and Kennedy have names that start with capital letters? True. They also were presidents. Coincidence is an amazing thing. Speaking of Lennon when he was killed I was in Norfolk Virginia for some training and I was told about it by some idiot in tears. Being sensative I responded "Thank God, now we don't have to suffer through a Beatles reunion". Man, that was the longest running fist fight I was ever in.
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Hah - although an Elvis fan I made a similar flippant comment when he died and am lucky to be alive today. As a self obsessed seventeen or eighteen year old I hadn't noticed half the journos I worked with still sported sad versions of Elvis's early 60's quiff.
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On 2010-12-11 12:02, Dannydoyle wrote:
Mark David Chapman. Actually claimed years after he shot Lennon (John that is. The MORE communist of the Lennons. Man that is funny.) he claimed that if John Lennon was alive at this time, he would forgive me. Man that had to suck. The ONE guy who would forgive him and he goes and shoots the guy. What are the odds?


I thought that quote was from Serhan Serhan about Bobby Kennedy.

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As for your comment MagicSanta, even coming from you that was in... questionable taste.
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I remember an article about a bully that was terrorizing a small town in Texas. One day, in full daylight, someone shot him down. Nobody in the street saw a thing. A reporter from Playboy (stop snickering) ran an article in which one old timer said (and I'm paraphrasing here); "Now Sheriff John here's a good guy but he's got a job to do. If anybody actually said what they saw, he'd have to go and arrest someone. It's kinda like that guy that shot John Lennon. They should'a given him a medal, but they had to put him in jail!"

You're allowed to not like John's politics, but the attitude that there was any kind of "silver lining" in his horrible, tragic murder is just crass and wrong.
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Concerning Elvis, I managed to get through the entire morning of his death without seeing a single newspaper. Thus, when my manager, hearing an Elvis song start playing on the radio, said; "Well, that's all we're going to be hearing all day." I responded innocently; "Why? What did he do, die or something?"

It's reported that one industry type, hearing the announcement of Elvis' death, responded; "Good career move."

And it's reported that Buddy Holly once said; "In some cases, death can be a good career move."
"There's no time to lose," I heard her say.
"Catch your dreams before they slip away."
"Dying all the time, lose your dreams and you could lose your mind.
Ain't life unkind?"
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