Author Topic: Where Were Jane Berry, Betty Thornton and Peggy Burney During the Motorcade?  (Read 12772 times)

Online John Iacoletti

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I suggested back in April that you believe the gal on the right in the Towner trio might not be wearing a blue headscarf, but holding a blue balloon, or a blue sign, or have a pet blue parrot on her shoulder (or some-such-thing), instead.

Yeah, because that's what you do.  You make up ridiculous nonsense strawmen to argue with.

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And you never responded except to say that since all you could see on the Pergola Patio was "blobs," those three people on the Pergola Patio could very well be Bermuda-shorts (or high, flesh-colored cowboy boots) wearin' men, instead of women.

The bermuda shorts and the high, flesh-colored cowboy boots was more nonsense that you made up.

So, is your plan to just keep creating new threads with the same old garbage and hope that something sticks instead of actually coming up with something new to back up your assumptions?

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Oh dear oh dear Iacoletti,

Why then did you go to the trouble of posting that big photo of those five male models wearing Bermuda shorts and long-sleeved upper garments on that thread?

Was is just because you thought they looked "hot"?

Because you insisted that bare legs = women.  One counter-example disproves the hypothesis.

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Because you insisted that bare legs = women.  One counter-example disproves the hypothesis.

In the context of a cool, gusty, late November day in Dallas, Texas, no, it doesn't, does it.

Regardless, can you think of any other "counter-examples" which would tend to disprove the "hypothesis" that the three people on the Pergola Patio must be women because their legs are bare from about the knee, down? 

Oh yeah, and because they're wearing dresses, or raincoats over their dresses?

And one of them is even wearing a blue headscarf?

Ef·fem·i·nate (I had to look it up for spelling purposes) Cowboys, or Really Stylin' Dudes, wearin' high, flesh-colored boots?

Anything else?

Good old "over-saturation"?

Anything else?

--  MWT   :D
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Online John Iacoletti

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In the context of a cool, gusty, late November day in Dallas, Texas, no, it doesn't, does it.



Are you claiming that somehow it's too cold for men to bare their legs, but not women?  That's rather sexist of you.

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Are you claiming that somehow it's too cold for men to bare their legs, but not women?  That's rather sexist of you.

How absurd, what are you trying to prove with a photo taken God knows where, decades later, shouldn't your argument at least be about what people wore in 1963?

Here is some photos from around Dallas on the 22nd and I can't find even 1 guy wearing shorts, much less three in a row?









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How the hell would you know whether or not people are wearing shorts in a big crowd of people where you can't see their legs?

But the point is, even if Tommy thinks his blobs are bare legged, and therefore more likely to be women, so what?

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How the hell would you know whether or not people are wearing shorts in a big crowd of people where you can't see their legs?

I didn't ask you to do an clothing audit on every man woman and child in Dallas, I just want you to support your "photo evidence" and at least demonstrate that at least 1 man in Dallas in November 1963 can be seen wearing shorts?

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But the point is, even if Tommy thinks his blobs are bare legged, and therefore more likely to be women, so what?

If it makes no difference then why post the photo of the guy wearing shorts?

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I didn't ask you to do an clothing audit on every man woman and child in Dallas, I just want you to support your "photo evidence" and at least demonstrate that at least 1 man in Dallas in November 1963 can be seen wearing shorts?

Why?

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If it makes no difference then why post the photo of the guy wearing shorts?

Because Tommy appears to think that a blob that appears to him to be a bare-legged person must necessarily be a woman, because it was a "cool, gusty, late November day in Dallas, Texas".

What are you, his surrogate?

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Thomas, worth noting is that KarenWestbrook identified a PersonImage as herself, about a half century after the DealeyPlaza shooting of JohnKennedySr and JohnConnallyJr, based on the SixthFloorMuseum filmed interview, by viewing films and/or photos of PersonImages. And, her Motorcade viewing companions' PersonImages were identified by herself the same way, but placed with her Image accordingly. To my knowledge, there is no video or audio Of Ms Westbrook  providing any similar PersonImage identity information that was produced on 11/22/'63. And, to me at least, that would tend to dilute any "being there" valuation.

Anyone care to translate this for us?

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Why?

Because Tommy appears to think that a blob that appears to him to be a bare-legged person must necessarily be a woman, because it was a "cool, gusty, late November day in Dallas, Texas".

What are you, his surrogate?

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Why?

You posted the completely irrelevant photo not me, I don't care one way or another, I was just giving you some advice so you could have a little credibility.

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Because Tommy appears to think that a blob that appears to him to be a bare-legged person must necessarily be a woman, because it was a "cool, gusty, late November day in Dallas, Texas".

An image that appears to be a blob, sometimes isn't.



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What are you, his surrogate?

No, I just find this entire debate fascinating.

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