Thanks for posting the link. 1983, I guess that was when he brought Merlin to the stage. A very ambitious project. I'm sorry I did not get to see that show. Great to be reminded Henning was an optimist.Originally posted by mrgoat:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... 6535581498
John LeBlancYes, thank you, Mr. Randis public posting about the letter has made its way to many hundreds (or thousands) of his followers. As we stated to Mr. Randi early on, we would not bow to extortion or pressures or threats as we are not even the owner of this letter, we are a bonded, licensed Trading Assistant selling it under written contract for the ex-wife of Mr. Randis foster son and former assistant. Our understanding is that the letter came to be in this persons possession much longer ago than Mr. Randi states, the client says she believes it came to her ex-husband in the 1980s. Regardless, Mr. Randis claim that the letter was stolen is contradicted by our clients written statement and contract. His attempts to extort the item from us using public embarassment were completely inappropriate and not appreciated. Mr. Randi was informed that a proper police report would start the ball rolling towards resolution but that report just arrived yesterday May 31st.
...yet again. The Seller ended the auction early, using the "item no longer available" option. He explained in painful detail the issues he dealt with and how he dealt with it.Originally posted by John W. LeBlanc:
And the plot thickens.
You know what they say about curiosity...Originally posted by Dave Le Fevre:
Is that a deliberate pun, or a typo? I ask solely out of curiosity.Originally posted by John W. LeBlanc:
[b]For posterior's sake
(James T. Kirk voice:) Those Klingon bastards!Originally posted by Doug Edwards:
I'm not satisfied......I was the highest bidder and they took it down......
To see one way curiosity killed the cat, click on this link!Originally posted by Lisa Cousins:
Yes.Originally posted by John W. LeBlanc:
[b]You know what they say about curiosity...
Curiosity killed the cat
But satisfaction brought him back
And to plow this thread even further off course, the funniest cat-related humor I ever heard was from the very angry white man formerly known as George Carlin and his effin-meow routine.Originally posted by Asrah:
I love cats, but this is funny! --Asrah