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oldtone27

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Re: Cold case's
« Reply #30 on: 27 Apr 2020 03:37PM »
A thought for how to avoid premature posts. Why not type, or dictate, your text into an editor such as Notepad. (Other better featured ones are available.)

Then copy and paste into the forum's reply page.

bulekingfisher

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Re: Cold case's
« Reply #31 on: 28 Apr 2020 11:29AM »
 Hello Old Tone 27

Thankyou for the advice but as we vist the 2

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Re: Cold case's
« Reply #32 on: 29 Apr 2020 02:50PM »
Hello Sunny Clouds

You said if you knew some one in TV but I'm just watching Father Brown (bbc 1) it is about a vicar/clergyman who is a form of private eye + who would suspect someone with a dog collar to have such a mind of justice + imagine a team of disabled people who want fair + square play not some thing weighted in favour of politics's/principles

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Re: Cold case's
« Reply #33 on: 30 Apr 2020 01:12AM »
When I said if I knew someone in tv, I meant if I had a contact working in television, someone I could persuade.

But I'm a a great fan of Father Brown.  I've read all the original stories plus various modern stories based on the original ones.  I've seen different television and film versions.

You've reminded me what a tradition there is of the unexpected detective.  Who'd expect some innocent-looking old spinster to keep solving murders?  (Miss Marple.)  And whilst Sherlock Holmes set up a business as a detective, would people have expected his sidekick to be a doctor?
(I'm an obsessive problem-solver, so feel free to ignore any suggestions or solutions I offer, even if they sound terribly insistent.)

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Re: Cold case's
« Reply #34 on: 30 Apr 2020 08:48PM »
Hello Sunny Clouds

I am still trying to find a local AM DRAM with an accessible stage so I can create a team of disabled/impaired people who form there own private eyes/ detectives a lawyer who has since gone blind, a deaf person who do'es not wear a hearing but can hear the tumblers in a safe  or can pick a lock open + hear what is happening in a door lock a dementia suffer who has a photo type memory for face's + sound's of tones in a persons voice + some one in a wheelchair like me to concordant/lead/manage the team

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Re: Cold case's
« Reply #35 on: 06 May 2020 04:50PM »
Hello ALL CREW

I would like people to suggest their own undocumented talent's they have discovered in their individual disability's I will use these hidden talent in writhing a stage + i will use no name's + over the years bof this mission I think you will trust my reputation to honer my word

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Re: Cold case's
« Reply #36 on: 11 May 2020 09:03PM »
Hello All Cree

To help get thoughts  started I personally am good at observing car number plates as I am been pushed a along a  busy road where a lot or cars are parked by a kerb so I could spot a suspicious/stolen car + that could lead to suspect, then a blind person (with tunnel vision) could receive a photo of this suspect on their computer + foll;ow them while walking with guide dog which has a spy camera in it's harness. SO NOW GET YOUR IMAGINATIONS WORKING >thumbsup<  >thumbsup<  >thumbsup<