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Subject: Three points

Damon Torsten
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Date Posted: 16:21:18 06/16/02 Sun
In reply to: Joe Farrand 's message, "This is a fake message from a twat called robert hurley" on 17:11:34 06/14/02 Fri

Dearest Joe who is allegedly not Joseph or Guiseppe or anything other than plain "Joe",

Just a few minor points:

Firstly, at no point did I state that the new toxic plastic factory is being constructed on the gravel pits site. I merely said "Marlow", and I might add that the precise location within the town has yet to be confirmed. Nor did I say that there would be no development at all on the gravel pits, only that they would be "retained by the council", which of course they will be. Historical parts of the site will be saved and incorporated into the new development in such a way to make them the focal point. It looks likely, if you're after a world exclusive, that any development for housing and recreation on the site (including new road titles) will take their name from various characters and locations which were featured in the "Piltdown affair".

Secondly, in regard to my brother, two points. One: I didn't say that he worked for Wycombe District Council. He actually works for the Council of British Archaeology who have formed a mandatory strategic planning partnership with Wycombe Council, as dictated by the British government and the international ICOMOS agreements. As such, any planning that concerns sites of historical interest has to be passed for approval by CBA before local government bodies can give the go-ahead for any project. Their current investigations and state of play concerning the Marlow gravel pit project have not, incidently, been made available to the public yet.

Thirdly, it is wrong to presume that my brother's surname is Torsten, because as anyone who knows us both will tell you, it most definately isn't, even though we are actual brothers. Torsten is my surname alone, which I adopted from my middle name (being "almost" Swedish) for assorted reasons. In fact, there probably aren't many people in the world with Torsten as a surname, because it's actually a Swedish first name, in which use it is fairly common... among Swedes obviously. My brother's surname is far less Swedish, in fact, it sounds almost Chinese and is three letters long - though I assure you that we're both quite English in reality.

So there you have it.

The CRCMH Shrine

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Three pointsDamon Torsten16:27:48 06/16/02 Sun
    No relevanceBob Hurley18:44:32 06/16/02 Sun
    your brothers surnamejoe farrand18:55:39 06/16/02 Sun

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