Comment on Gilt-Edged Justice by prohibby.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 16:03
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tomtomaswell on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 15:44
Exactly. An 8mm camera wired up to an old analogue tv coupled with a Betamax VCR could do the job. Save a fortune.
Sounds up to the job – as long as you can prevent any LNS interference .
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Captain Haddock says:
Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 22:33
I agree C.H. I’m not a lawyer, just an ordinary guy who hopes never to have to turn to lawyers or courts to get a fair deal but recognises that lawyers and courts are a necessary part of civiliation. Now if LNS had been sitting bewigged on the bench in court, I would have been inclined to tug my forelock and say “Yes m’Lud” and accept his decision as, like Judge Judy’s, real and final. However, he wasn’t bewigged and wasn’t sitting on the Bench. He was, as I see it, wearing the hat of an expensive lawyer addressing a taxing question for clients paying him to get them of the hook. Now, I’m not suggesting the noble lord was being unscrupulous or dishonest, he was – as I see it – just doing what lawyers do. He solved a problem with neat and plausible legal argument.
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I only wanted the first couple of minutes where Dan McPhail repeats the word “Furtive” a number of times–
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