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    elevate
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    Re: That's a huge fire

    Quite right too. A personal apology about "the inquiry had no expert evidence to support its conclusion about evacuating the tower" wouldn't go amiss either.
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    contrive
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    execute
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    Re: The Prince and the 17 year old

    The quote makes the position clear, that it is "to investigate anyone who helped Epstein procure underage girls or helped him to cover up crimes". The Prince doesn't fall within that category of...
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    Re: The Prince and the 17 year old

    Not that I can see, no. Who, for example, is being investigated? Surely there can't be an investigation without a suspect, and to be a suspect you must have something to be suspected of. I would be...
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    Re: The Prince and the 17 year old

    Consider two possibilities.

    Perhaps there is proof that the Prince has committed an extraditable crime. In that case a deal in exchange for immunity would be negotiable.

    Perhaps there isn't, in...
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    Re: The Prince and the 17 year old

    Go on - immunity from what?

    The Prince's reputation has been mud since his late teenage years, it has nowhere to go, it is never going to wash.
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    Rather like Lars' subsequent Heave, the Hurl and the sound "Hue!" are indicative of upchucking or the technicolor yawn while praying to the porcelain. Ralph figures too, these are all onomatopoeic...
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    Re: The Prince and the 17 year old

    Short of extraordinary rendition, hell will freeze over first. The last time a member of the family was compelled into a witness box was in 1870, after a lifetime of behaving in much the same way as...
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    Re: The Prince and the 17 year old

    Of course not. Someone's selling a stack of extra newspapers and egging on the PR agents. I'll ask again, has anyone actually accused the Prince of any criminal behavior, as opposed to bad taste and...
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    hurl
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    spectacles
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    An afterthought. I plugged my two-ounce IcyBox IB-189U3 pocket archiver into one of the three USB3 ports and averaged 170MB/s for the 20GB of data I was setting up. I checked the speed both incoming...
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    polished
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    urbane
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    Re: The Prince and the 17 year old

    And I don't doubt her for a second, but she never met the Prince and there isn't the slightest reason to think the Prince knew anything about the using or the luring. It simply isn't relevant in the...
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    Re: The Prince and the 17 year old

    Reading that reminds me why I detest the Daily Mail, that was journalism at its most unclean. A sentence would have been more helpful than the link.

    As far as I can tell, the article is about...
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    Re: Unintelligibly illiterate BBC News article link text

    I'm wondering why https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-50644545 switches randomly between the words Neuron and Neurone. I'm unaware of any distinction in meaning between the two spellings...
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