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Thomas Graves

A New Poll! Is Woman In White trying to pull Woman In Black up the TSBD Steps in Couch-Darnell?

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Posted (edited)

Yes or No?

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Thanks,

--  Tommy  :sun

PS  I say "Yes" ,  Billy Miller says "No"

Edited by Thomas Graves

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There are several signs that WIW is trying to pull WIB:

  • WIW appears to be holding WIB's arm.
  • WIB's elbow appears to be pulled out as WIW steps up.
  • WIW right arm swings, but not her left arm.
  • WIW's shoulders tip because WIB resists being pulled.
  • WIW's body (appears to) turn toward Lovelady Man because WIB resists being pulled.

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Posted (edited)

3 hours ago, Sandy Larsen said:

There are several signs that WIW is trying to pull WIB:

  • WIW appears to be holding WIB's arm.
  • WIB's elbow appears to be pulled out as WIW steps up.
  • WIW right arm swings, but not her left arm.
  • WIW's shoulders tip because WIB resists being pulled.
  • WIW's body (appears to) turn toward Lovelady Man because WIB resists being pulled.

 

Thanks for the input, Sandy.

So, that makes it Tommy Graves and Sandy Larsen -- Yes

Billy Miller -- No

Who else would like to vote?  Don't be shy.

 

Afterthought Poll:

Who thinks Woman In Black is talking to Billy Lovelady on the steps in Couch-Darnell??

Tommy Graves, Sandy Larsen, and Bob Prudhomme say Yes (I presume)

Billy Miller and Bart Kamp say No (I presume)

 

WHO ELSE WOULD LIKE TO VOTE?

Edited by Thomas Graves

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I see a couple patsy-herders, closing in on LHO and Lovelady, keeping an eye on Frazier as well.

So I vote yes; not that Dorothy Hunt really needs help up the stairs. :P

Cheers,

Michael

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1 minute ago, Michael Clark said:

I see a couple patsy-herders, closing in on LHO and Lovelady, keeping an eye on Frazier as well.

So I vote yes; not that Dorothy Hunt really needs help up the stairs. :P

Cheers,

Michael

Thanks, Michael.

Apparently you agree that Woman In White is trying to pull Woman In Black up the steps while the latter is talking with Billy Lovelady.

--  Tommy :sun

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6 minutes ago, Thomas Graves said:

Thanks, Michael.

Apparently you agree that Woman In White is trying to pull Woman In Black up the steps while the latter is talking with Billy Lovelady.

--  Tommy :sun

Essentially, yes. I see the two physically engaging as they confront Lovelady. I don't see the WiB as being being an old waif who needs the assistance of the WIW.

Cheers,

Michael

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Posted (edited)

18 minutes ago, Michael Clark said:

Essentially, yes. I see the two physically engaging as they confront Lovelady. I don't see the WiB as being being an old waif who needs the assistance of the WIW.

Cheers,

Michael

Dear Michael,

I didn't mean to suggest that Gloria Calvery Woman In Black actually needed assistance, but that her co-worker Carol Reed or Karan Hicks Woman In White was trying to force her to cut off her conversation with Billy Nolan Lovelady and come up the steps (and probably go up to their office) with her.

--  Tommy :sun

Edited by Thomas Graves

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2 minutes ago, Thomas Graves said:

Dear Michael,

I didn't mean to suggest that Gloria Calvery Woman In Black actually needed assistance, but that her co-worker Carol Reed or Karan Hicks Woman In White was trying to force her to cut off her conversation with Billy Nolan Lovelady and come up the steps (and probably go up to their office) with her.

--  Tommy :sun

Roger That.

Cheers,

Michael

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As an aside, this is, perhaps, where and when LHO recieved his forged Alex Hidell selective Service card and instructions to go to the Texas Theater to meet his contact/handler/demise.

Cheers,

Michael

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Posted (edited)

Please don't be shy.  Vote!

The Question:  

Is "Woman In White" trying to get Gloria Calvery "Woman In Black" to stop talking with Billy Lovelady That Bald Headed Guy in Couch-Darnell and to come with her up the steps?

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Thanks,

--  Tommy :sun

Edited by Thomas Graves

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On 3/14/2017 at 7:50 PM, Michael Clark said:

As an aside, this is, perhaps, where and when LHO recieved his forged Alex Hidell selective Service card and instructions to go to the Texas Theater to meet his contact/handler/demise.

Cheers,

Michael

Huh?

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Posted (edited)

On 3/20/2017 at 8:21 PM, Thomas Graves said:

Huh?

 

On 3/14/2017 at 7:50 PM, Michael Clark said:

As an aside, this is, perhaps, where and when LHO recieved his forged Alex Hidell selective Service card and instructions to go to the Texas Theater to meet his contact/handler/demise.

Cheers,

Michael

Huh?  On the TSBD steps?

Hmm

Yes, I see.

Of course.

 

Edited by Thomas Graves

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Tommy,

I sent it in code,

Before.

Where is your code book?

The world wonders....

I have been instructed to not respond to you.

Farewell!

 

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40 minutes ago, Michael Clark said:

Tommy,

I sent it in code,

Before.

Where is your code book?

The world wonders....

I have been instructed to not respond to you.

Farewell!

 

Michael,

Duly-noted, etc.

--  Thomas 

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