Aprositus Nesos wrote:
Thomas D. wrote:
It might appear to the out side observer that you are rather overplaying your hand here which does raise an interesting series of questions.
In an earlier post you kindly shared that one of the reasons that you were prepared to force Ben's hand was that you " loved " her. Which particular greek version of this word did you have in mind?
What was your dear wife's reaction to being informed of your decision to go to RLC and possibly devote a considerable sum of money to proving Sandy right?
My love for Sandy is that of friendship, nothing more. Surely one can tell thier friends they love them? It is one of the most decent, human things we can do, don't you think? And in my mind, sacrifice for friends is a virtue, even of the financial kind.
My reason for my active participation in this forum of late is mainly to express my anger at Wilkinson.
As for my wife of 26 years, she likes Sandy a good deal too and has spent time with us in France too. She supported the idea to get live footage of the tomb this spring. As I explained to her last week, it was very unlikely we would actually discover a real
tomb, but if we did, I would contribute (financially) to its excavation.
Well, that's lovely. you're extending to Sandy the same kind of unquestioning support she did to Ben for over a decade.
I'm sure that I'm not alone in hoping that you won't be let down in the same way!
Can you imagine the fall out if it transpires that hers were the other pair of hands directing the stanley knife?
As was suggested, you might be overplaying your hand. If your attempts to demonise him continue he might lose the vestigal remains of his loyalty to her and start muddying the waters.
We don't need you to keep pointing out what a pillock he has been, we get it.
A little expression of regret from Sandy at some of her more intemperate outbursts might go some way to mollify the situation,