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Cooperinliverp00l
26th September 2007, 07:30
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7013480.stm

What do you think.....it does look a bit like her but what more are the experts going to do with the pic ?

daviejones
26th September 2007, 07:42
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7013480.stm

What do you think.....it does look a bit like her but what more are the experts going to do with the pic ?

Like they said on the news, what was a pure white girl doing with the people she was with? It seems out of place.....

Pickle2
26th September 2007, 07:59
Like they said on the news, what was a pure white girl doing with the people she was with? It seems out of place.....


Maybe they paid for her fair and square? Like Brad Pitt, init.

ChimpMaster
26th September 2007, 08:07
:rollin:
Maybe they paid for her fair and square? Like Brad Pitt, init.

DS23
26th September 2007, 08:12
hope so.

we are going to need a bigger pie.

FCSimmo
26th September 2007, 08:17
Why is the woman wearing a miners hat? is it dark in Morocco?

FiveTimes
26th September 2007, 08:18
hope so.

we are going to need a bigger pie.

Can you save a slice for me, although I'm getting sick of pie after taking a couple of big slices after suggesting Mclaren was a dougnut for picking Heskey over Crouch :emb

Fingers crossed that it is her

BoredBloke
26th September 2007, 08:21
Why are we going to need a pie? My argument all along is that the parents were partially at fault for all of this for leaving their kids alone. Finding her alive or dead does not change this. Their actions placed their kids in danger and they should face some consequences because of this.

FiveTimes
26th September 2007, 08:25
Why are we going to need a pie? My argument all along is that the parents were partially at fault for all of this for leaving their kids alone. Finding her alive or dead does not change this. Their actions placed their kids in danger and they should face some consequences because of this.

I agree with you Tony (well partially...) IF it was a simple case of abduction they will just get slated for leaving the kids... and rightly so, but if they were involved in it the pie can be sent back and I won't be tasting it.

Maxamus
26th September 2007, 08:34
Ohhhh ho ho ho

So some morrocon gypsys have her?
Ye i can really see that!!!

They dont seem to have a pound between them and by the looks of things they dont have a house either. I wonder what they paid with......smartie tubes?


What a load of tish tosh

FCSimmo
26th September 2007, 09:04
Why are we going to need a pie? My argument all along is that the parents were partially at fault for all of this for leaving their kids alone. Finding her alive or dead does not change this. Their actions placed their kids in danger and they should face some consequences because of this.

Where do you draw the line on this? should parents not allow their kids to play in the garden unsupervised? should parents not go upstairs and leave their kids downstairs for fear of placing them in danger? We cannot live our lives in constant fear because there are a minority of sick individuals who do these things.

You are wrong to judge these people...

shaunbhoy
26th September 2007, 10:24
Their actions placed their kids in danger and they should face some consequences because of this.

I'd hazard a guess that the last 4 months of anguish are consequence enough. What exactly do you want Tony, blood?

WindyAnna
26th September 2007, 10:33
Where do you draw the line on this? should parents not allow their kids to play in the garden unsupervised? should parents not go upstairs and leave their kids downstairs for fear of placing them in danger? We cannot live our lives in constant fear because there are a minority of sick individuals who do these things.

You are wrong to judge these people...

Kids that young? Never out of earshot would be an unbreakable rule (so in bed with baby monitor on). Never in garden unsupervised would be another ... two 2 year olds and a 3 year old - where you can't see or hear them? I think not. Doesn't mean they deserve to lose their daughter though.

Malingering BA
26th September 2007, 10:34
Kids that young? Never out of earshot would be an unbreakable rule (so in bed with baby monitor on). Never in garden unsupervised would be another ... two 2 year olds and a 3 year old - where you can't see or hear them? I think not. Doesn't mean they deserve to lose their daughter though.

:yay:

The voice of reason.

King Cnvt
26th September 2007, 10:37
According the the nanny, Kate screamed "They've taken her, they've taken her!"

She herself denies this.

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/article-23413626-details/Kate+McCann+DID+scream+'They've+taken+her'+claims+ new+nanny+witness/article.do

Now, couple this with possible sighting of Madeleine, I think something is rather odd here. Almost like they knew she was at risk. So why leave her on her own if you thought there was a risk of someone taking her?

Moose423956
26th September 2007, 11:52
According the the nanny, Kate screamed "They've taken her, they've taken her!"

Maybe she thought aliens had abducted her. :alien

Sergeant Apone
26th September 2007, 11:53
According the the nanny, Kate screamed "They've taken her, they've taken her!"
No need to bother with a trial then. Guilty. Burn her.

[For the usual suspects, this is intended to be humorous, etc.]

Maxamus
26th September 2007, 11:53
or maybe because her mother Kate is actually a man !

alreadypacked
26th September 2007, 11:57
There was a report I saw on TV of a local woman, her daughter disappeard a few months earlier, looked very like Madline. Police beat her until she confessed. McCanns should hire someone to follow that up. These guys are usually repeat offenders.

_V_
26th September 2007, 12:00
That old "beat a confession out of anyone" approach eh?

Much more reliable than DNA testing and cheaper too.

Tex
26th September 2007, 12:01
Police beat her until she confessed.
Allegedly.

Careful what you say on a public board. Lawyers are everywhere.

Moose423956
26th September 2007, 12:04
Did you hear the one about the comedian who got booed off stage for making a joke about Madeleine McCann and Rhys Jones? Idiot. Link (http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,91210-1285715,00.html)

Edit: Make a note of his name - Dave Longley (http://www.frogandbucket.com/gagreflex2/dave.html). Hopefully we'll never hear from him again.

King Cnvt
26th September 2007, 12:19
I knew that Griff Rhys Jones had something to do with. Always grinning like an idiot.

KathyWoolfe
26th September 2007, 12:22
Much more reliable than DNA testing and cheaper too.

DNA present at a crime scene isn't that reliable either. Anyones' DNA can be planted at a scene even if the person whose DNA it is never went there. :eek
DNA evidence should only be used to corroborate existing evidence IMO. :cool:

wobbegong
26th September 2007, 12:28
Did you hear the one about the comedian who got booed off stage for making a joke about Madeleine McCann and Rhys Jones? Idiot. Link (http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,91210-1285715,00.html)

Edit: Make a note of his name - Dave Longley (http://www.frogandbucket.com/gagreflex2/dave.html). Hopefully we'll never hear from him again.

Billy Conolly did a similar thing during Ken Bigley's captivity, urging his captors to 'just get on with it'!! :eek:

Any respect I might have had for the guy disappeared instantly.

Fran
26th September 2007, 12:59
This photo seems odd.

The woman was concerned enough to take the photo but took it really badly, then waited 3 weeks before printing it.

If I saw a girl like Maddie I'd make sure the photo was as good as possible and hand it over asap.

TheFaQQer
26th September 2007, 13:09
Did you hear the one about the comedian who got booed off stage for making a joke about Madeleine McCann and Rhys Jones? Idiot. Link (http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,91210-1285715,00.html)

Edit: Make a note of his name - Dave Longley (http://www.frogandbucket.com/gagreflex2/dave.html). Hopefully we'll never hear from him again.

He's made a donation to the fund. That'll make up for it.

Then again, I'm not sure it really happened, since this is a report from Sky Gossip.

shaunbhoy
26th September 2007, 13:58
Billy Conolly did a similar thing during Ken Bigley's captivity, urging his captors to 'just get on with it'!! :eek:

Any respect I might have had for the guy disappeared instantly.

I am sure he is having real trouble sleeping nights.
:eyes

Pickle2
26th September 2007, 14:56
Did you hear the one about the comedian who got booed off stage for making a joke about Madeleine McCann and Rhys Jones? Idiot. Link (http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,91210-1285715,00.html)

Edit: Make a note of his name - Dave Longley (http://www.frogandbucket.com/gagreflex2/dave.html). Hopefully we'll never hear from him again.

Oh I dunno, it might not of been funny, or in the best taste, but jeezuz, will scousers ever get over themselves? Winging, thieving, half-wit, in-bred, thieving, orange, thieving, toss bags. The lot of 'em.

FiveTimes
26th September 2007, 15:26
Oh I dunno, it might not of been funny, or in the best taste, but jeezuz, will scousers ever get over themselves? Winging, thieving, half-wit, in-bred, thieving, orange, thieving, toss bags. The lot of 'em.

Someone had you hub caps ?

MrRobin
26th September 2007, 15:51
No (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7014886.stm). Next


OK, sorry, this had already been done.

Clippy
26th September 2007, 16:14
Did you hear the one about the comedian who got booed off stage for making a joke about Madeleine McCann and Rhys Jones? Idiot. Link (http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,91210-1285715,00.html)

Edit: Make a note of his name - Dave Longley (http://www.frogandbucket.com/gagreflex2/dave.html). Hopefully we'll never hear from him again.

Patrick Kielty & Sean Hughes were also at it last week:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7008042.stm

Cowboy Bob
26th September 2007, 17:39
Did you hear the one about the comedian who got booed off stage for making a joke about Madeleine McCann and Rhys Jones? Idiot. Link (http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,91210-1285715,00.html)

Edit: Make a note of his name - Dave Longley (http://www.frogandbucket.com/gagreflex2/dave.html). Hopefully we'll never hear from him again.

I'd have laughed, simply because I'm sick of the coverage. It's obvious that the kid is in some shallow grave somewhere and more than likely (statistically) that a family member had some part to play in it.

Kids disappear/get murdered every day somewhere in the world. What makes the McCann's so special? Oh yeah, they're white, middle class, and have the dosh to front a media campaign. They should at least open up their fund to *other* children/families who have suffered the same fate, have some humility, let the police get on with their job, and get off my damn TV screen....

TheFaQQer
26th September 2007, 17:52
Patrick Kielty & Sean Hughes were also at it last week:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7008042.stm

Maybe Kielty was on a bet to see if he could be even less funny than usual.

TheFaQQer
26th September 2007, 17:56
Northern Ireland comedian Patrick Kielty...

A spokeswoman for Mr Kielty said ..."Patrick is a comedian..."

That's funnier than anything that he's ever come out with!

shelby68
26th September 2007, 19:35
Maybe she thought aliens had abducted her. :alien

PMSL.... now thats funny,

King Cnvt
26th September 2007, 19:42
Not funny, actually true according to this report.

http://www.dailysquib.co.uk/?c=120&a=1141

It's about time New Labour did something about :alien: coming over without any checks or controls.

SizeZero
27th September 2007, 09:33
http://www.dailysquib.co.uk/?c=120&a=1141

"Northern Rock to be Renamed Northern Pebble"


Now that made me chuckle :D