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Re: 11113: Mr Hamel Message

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  • Time02112 <Time02112@scientist.com>
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    Message 1 of 12 , Jan 12, 2003
      Your Point?

      --- In hameltech@yahoogroups.com, "john pasley" <john@j...> wrote:
      > Time02112....Vosstech, no let's try Gary Voss
      > > -----DAFT? ----
      > > perhaps my 41 yr. old memory is more unreliably inconsistent to
      > > of someone nearly twice my own, Please forgive me if I am in
      > >
      > > ---LoL
      > Yes, Mr Hamel is nearly twice your age, are you suggesting that he
      > unreliable and inconsistent, or even as unreliably inconsistent as
      you (your
      > words), or are you just generally suggesting people of his age are
      > unreliable and inconsistent? Please dont expect me to laugh at Mr
      Hamel with
      > you, he like many people of his age is firing on all cylinders,
      unlike say,
      > some people half his age. I call you "daft", in return you insult
      Mr Hamel.
      > QED.
      > The reason for me having any worries about your opinion is from a
      > message of yours, in the group messages number 7321:
      > > > I plan to document video & photos to include a professional
      > > interview
      > > > with David Hamel to be included with the new book that is nearly
      > > > ready for publishing and we need your help!
      > > >
      > > > Thank You All For Your Support!
      > > >
      > > > ---T12 of T.A.P.-T.E.N.
      > The last person who got his facts muddled and wrote a book was Paul
      > and his book 'Granite Starship'. Whether he got his facts wrong
      > intentionally or not is not relevant. He caused a big problem, not
      to you,
      > not to anyone in this group, but many people who would have had an
      > in Mr Hamel were put off by the book, and the personal worry to Mr
      Hamel was
      > huge. I suspect Paul Coulbeck was also laughing at Mr Hamel, that
      is, until
      > he
      > was thrown off Mr Hamel's property and his books with him.
      > I presume it is your book in any case, I trust you are not claiming
      to have
      > any input into Mr Hamel's book. I'm sure books about the
      T.A.R.D.I.S. and
      > 120 foot pyramids in 140 foot of water which remain undiscovered by
      > will be of amusement to some.
      > John
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