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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Silver View Post
    ESC, show me where that story is. I'd like to read about it.
    " I gave you what you wanted, ain't my fault you don't like what you got"- IKE TURNER
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    " I gave you what you wanted, ain't my fault you don't like what you got"- IKE TURNER
    I wasn't complaining...just answering your question. Carry on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Silver View Post
    I wasn't complaining...just answering your question. Carry on.
    It doesn't do any good asking a question he always reads it with delexus.
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    Those experts that have studied the syntax, the construction and phrasing of the sentences, have concluded that the entire Beale Papers story was created by one single author, including the "letters" that Beale sent to Morriss on which the entire treasure story is based.
    While the various influences that were utilized to create the adventure and treasure portion of the narrative text have been discussed, it is apparent that this "unknown author" had additional impute from those around him.
    As the perilous adventure and treasure portion on the story shows a masculine hand, the description of Morriss and absolutely that of Beale show a very feminine hand, the quintessential tall, dark, and handsome stranger.

    "In person he was about six feet in height, with jet black eyes and hair the same color...he was a model of manly beauty favored by the ladies and envied by men...he was reverentially tender and polite".

    One author's syntax is obvious in the manuscripts construction, but several different minds were involved in the creation of the story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    Those experts that have studied the syntax, the construction and phrasing of the sentences, have concluded that the entire Beale Papers story was created by one single author, including the "letters" that Beale sent to Morriss on which the entire treasure story is based.
    While the various influences that were utilized to create the adventure and treasure portion of the narrative text have been discussed, it is apparent that this "unknown author" had additional impute from those around him.
    As the perilous adventure and treasure portion on the story shows a masculine hand, the description of Morriss and absolutely that of Beale show a very feminine hand, the quintessential tall, dark, and handsome stranger.

    "In person he was about six feet in height, with jet black eyes and hair the same color...he was a model of manly beauty favored by the ladies and envied by men...he was reverentially tender and polite".

    One author's syntax is obvious in the manuscripts construction, but several different minds were involved in the creation of the story.
    Not all the experts agree with you on that.
    Besides, you didn't even know the beale Papers said that the party killed any buffalo, so how can you claim to know so much about the Beale Papers?

    "..he was reverentially tender and polite". Are you sure it's worded like that?
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    Take time out from your constant badgering and arguing about non issues attempting to prove your cleverness and read the section referred , you will also note the feminine hand in the description of Mrs Morriss.
    The UnMuseum - The Beale Papers - Original Text
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    Take time out from your constant badgering and arguing about non issues attempting to prove your cleverness and read the section referred , you will also note the feminine hand in the description of Mrs Morriss.
    The UnMuseum - The Beale Papers - Original Text
    Not an argument. It was YOU, NOT I, who stated that the Beale Papers didn't say that the party killed any buffaloes. So if it's an argument, it's on you. All I did was point out where you were wrong. Now if you're going to come across as knowing so much about the Beale Papers, then you got some 'splaining to do. No cause for arguing.

    You like to point out "experts" who agree with what you like, but you ignore the other "experts" who have a different opinion. And that's all any "expert" has, AN OPINION. It's like the debate over the identity of Jack The Ripper. Everyone likes to quote their favorite "expert," but the problem is, there are many "experts" with many differing opinions on who the man was. It's the same with a lot of mysteries. Why can't we all just admit that we don't know the answers, either for, or against.

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    It would be nice to return to the original topic without you constant childish taunts attempting to draw me into an argument.
    What's that you always post when claiming faux insults and complain about me?
    Oh yes,
    MODS ? ? ?
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