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Offline Colin Crow

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Re: The "Domino Room Alibi"
« Reply #130 on: September 14, 2019, 04:21:15 PM »
Repeatedly?

It would appear that hyperbole is your self-perceived "forte".

I count 3 successive posts by me on this page....

https://www.jfkassassinationforum.com/index.php/topic,2187.120.html

Perhaps you could suggest a more appropriate alternative descriptor...



Online Thomas Graves

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Re: The "Domino Room Alibi"
« Reply #131 on: September 14, 2019, 05:15:47 PM »
I count 3 successive posts by me on this page....

https://www.jfkassassinationforum.com/index.php/topic,2187.120.html

Perhaps you could suggest a more appropriate alternative descriptor...

How many different questions are there therein that haven't already haven't attempted to answer?

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Re: The "Domino Room Alibi"
« Reply #132 on: September 14, 2019, 05:27:59 PM »
It doesnít. I never claimed it did. Lance postulated in an unsupported claim was that it was somehow behind Oswald's mention of Jarman and Norman under interrogation.

Care to explain why you thought to post this?

You seem to prefer the interpretations which you believe exonerate Oswald ...

I prefer interpretations that are supported by corroborated documented evidence. I have supplied such. Didn't see any by Lance. I am sure he appreciates you championing his cause, even if seemingly abandoned by David.

PS How could I claim full credit Tommy? Would you?

Well, Oh Great Communicator, if you want me to speak for Lance, I would have to say that (going from memory here) Oswald was either in the Domino Room until about 12:26, or he wasn't in the Domino Room at all around lunch time, and took a calculated risk in uttering to the authorities, afterwards, that he'd seen "Junior" and another Negro pass through a section of the first floor during lunchtime.

Will that suffice?

--  MWT  ;)
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Offline Colin Crow

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Re: The "Domino Room Alibi"
« Reply #133 on: September 14, 2019, 05:57:10 PM »
How many different questions are there therein that haven't already haven't attempted to answer?

Inability to address again noted. I guess I could have used successive instead.....

Offline Colin Crow

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Re: The "Domino Room Alibi"
« Reply #134 on: September 14, 2019, 06:12:09 PM »
Well, Oh Great Communicator, if you want me to speak for Lance, I would have to say that (going from memory here) Oswald was either in the Domino Room until about 12:26, or he wasn't in the Domino Room at all around lunch time, and took a calculated risk in uttering to the authorities, afterwards, that he'd seen "Junior" and another Negro pass through a section of the first floor during lunchtime.

Will that suffice?

--  MWT  ;)

I donít want you to speak on Lance's behalf, you chose to join in to defend his legal reputation. Then his unsupported use of the word "seldom" to promote the rather puerile notion that by mentioning Jarman and Norman having lunch with him, would provide some form of alibi for Oswald.
 
Perhaps you could theorise why Bookout wrote that Oswald claimed they walked through the lunch room.

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Re: The "Domino Room Alibi"
« Reply #135 on: September 14, 2019, 06:12:54 PM »
Inability to address again noted. I guess I could have used successive instead.....

Yes, proper syntax, grammar and vocabulary are essential, especially when trying to talk one's way out of a DUI, which I did four times, iirc, while I was still imbibing.

Care to rephrase the question (or was there more than one)?

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Re: The "Domino Room Alibi"
« Reply #136 on: September 14, 2019, 06:26:34 PM »
I donít want you to speak on Lance's behalf, you chose to join in to defend his legal reputation. Then his unsupported use of the word "seldom" to promote the rather puerile notion that by mentioning Jarman and Norman having lunch with him, would provide some form of alibi for Oswald.
 
Perhaps you could theorise (sic; British English?) why Bookout wrote that Oswald claimed they walked through the lunch room.

To pull "An Iacoletti," your saying it's unsupported doesn't make it so.

LOL

Question:  In which "lounge" did William H. Shelley normally eat lunch?  The first-floor Domino Room, or the elegant Second-Floor Lunch Room?

Did he specify, or did anyone else (for him) for that matter?

Warning:  That's not a rhetorical question.

--  MWT  ;)
« Last Edit: September 15, 2019, 01:44:48 AM by Thomas Graves »

Offline Colin Crow

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Re: The "Domino Room Alibi"
« Reply #137 on: September 14, 2019, 06:33:42 PM »
Yes, proper syntax, grammar and vocabulary are essential, especially when trying to talk one's way out of a DUI, which I did four times, iirc, while I was still imbibing.

Care to rephrase the question (or was there more than one)?

--  MWT  ;)

Your first sentence explains a lot.....I wonít bother you in future.

PS You might let Lance know that Troy West was a better candidate for a phony Oswald alibi. Anyone who had bothered to analyse the testimonies would understand why.

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Re: The "Domino Room Alibi"
« Reply #138 on: September 14, 2019, 07:00:11 PM »
Your first sentence explains a lot.....I wonít bother you in future.

PS You might let Lance know that Troy West was a better candidate for a phony Oswald alibi. Anyone who had bothered to analyse the testimonies would understand why.

Really?  Explains what, exactly, Crow?

That you don't have a sense of humor?

Why the perpetual "attitude"?

FYI, I'm not in contact with Lance, seein' as how I'm no longer a member of the so-called Education Forum, I can't find him on Facebook, and I don't have his e-mail address.

Could you please get it for me?

As regards Bookhout, I suppose Oswald might have brazenly told him that he had seen Jarman and another Negro (Norman?) walking past the D.R. during lunchtime.  Since they evidently enjoyed slappin' the bones down, I would imagine that they would be in or around the D.R. from time-to-time, wouldn't you?

Another possibility is that Oswald, quiet as a mouse in the S.N., could hear Jarman and Norman "carryin' on," perhaps, one floor below him, and knew they must have walked past the D.R. to get there.

--  MWT  ;)

PS  I reiterate, what's with the attitude, Crow?
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