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Rain Dog Review: Lost threads (102* d) RE: Review: Lost threads 13 Jan 20


JC "Still nobody has refered to how Walter has been treated by the mods and trolss"

In the WP thread, Nick Dow posted "I'm told Walter's favourite tea was a fried egg Brown bread and butter and vinegar. Brings tears to the stomach."

JC first post to the WP thread "Oh - and he ate like a pig
You should know better Nick, with your background"

No one had mentioned the word pig. Nick was quoting from the YouTube film which had been mentioned earlier in the thread. That film was "A documentary made by Edge TV for the Walter Pardon Memorial concert at The Atrium, North Walsham, early 2014."

The Sandman then pointed out to JC that he didn't think Nick or anyone else had said that WP ate like a pig.

Later the same day JC posted "And not one of you have had the good grace to even comment
You all out to be ashamed of yourselves"

On the 7.11.19 The Sandman posted "Why should i be ashamed of mentioning walters fondness for bananas, the human touch, it makes no difference to my respect for his repertoire. Harry Cox was an animal lover,they were people not just singers"

JC came back and said: ""Why should i be ashamed of mentioning walters fondness for bananas"
Why the **** should anyone be so ***** rude to comment on his eating habits especially ion these terms
"I'm told Walter's favourite tea was a fried egg Brown bread and butter and vinegar. Brings tears to the stomach."
Christ knows where that came from anyway - it's pure nasty invention and totally unnecessary - and you know it
I wonder how Nick would react to travellers being described in such a degrading way - or do I !!"

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