Okay now I get it. Another one bites the dust. I had not seen Fred's post yet.I believe that was humour, John.
Now hush. I'm about to start singing Freddie Mercury songs.
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Creates space to move around.
Round, round, git around, knock it around. I git around.
Bumper cars, dude.
The future is in bumper cars.
Unless you're the Surfin Bird, of course.
No, I'm not going to explain that. You're either on the bus or you're not.
Can you pass the acid test?
I'm going to check out for the night. All this reminiscing makes me tired.
Just don't want to dream about the one eyed purple people eater or the witch doctor.
Nighty night, friends.
Okay, well I can verify the name and you sure seem to know what you are talking about so I believe you.
Multiple metaphors ... no I am off the bus and failing the acid test. And I have no idea what you are talking about.
Tom Wolfe and Wavy Gravy. The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test. We're all bozos on this bus. Night Mason.
John, yes. People here have met and talked to Fred Murray.
Hmmm. Have you? What kind of person is he?
That was all 60s stuff, which is when I was in college -- I started law school in 69 and graduated in 72.
Joined: Jun 7, 2008
ISP: Denver, CO
Not exactly. What I'm saying is that we've been told by her supervisor that there is no way she could have been out driving and hit Vasi, due to the fact that a supervisor checks the security desks every 20 minutes. That would seem to give Maura an airtight alibi. But we don't know how exact and truthful the supervisor was. We don't know whether they always check the desks every 20 minutes, or whether it is a loosely observed policy that might mean Maura knew the desks really were only checked every 45 minutes.
Based on what we've been told, it would seem Maura would have a solid alibi if someone said she hit Vasi. The problem is, how reliable is the information we've been told about the way things worked re the security desk checks. Like many matters in this case, the closer one looks the fuzzier the information appears to be.
Given the proximity in time of Vasi being hit and Maura becoming virtually hysterical after a phone call roughly 40 - 60 minutes after Vasi was hit ... followed by her sudden departure from UMass a few days later (which basically she seems to have begun planning right after her father went home ... she could not have left before his weekend visit ended, so she left at the earliest possible opportunity)... plus her willingness to drive a car she had not felt safe driving for a while ... plus driving such a distance which she had never done before ...
This is a grouping of several unusual things linked together by a close proximity of time. Whether Maura had an alibi for the Vasi hit or not, it's certainly not a stretch to wonder whether her car was involved.
God, how to say this.....he's exactly as he comes across in the interview on 20/20. And exactly like he looks in that photo of him at the tree.
That's really the best way I can describe Fred Murray.
Joined: Jun 7, 2008
ISP: Denver, CO
On the bus or not? Shades of Ken Kesey!!
All the talk about Seattle is slightly reminiscent for me too, I lived for a time in Neah Bay, WA. Not Seattle by a long shot, but we heard about it all the time :P
Also lived in Alexandria. John, I hope you did not work in the office of one "Beau". If you did, or if you know him, does he still bring his dog into the office and have it jump through hoops to amuse his clients? Although, he's probably retired by now.
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