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54 minutes ago, DiegoDiego said:
2 hours ago, topcat(The most tip top) said:
If I make it to my late ‘90s I’ll probably make some fat more oddball choices in headgear too because nobody is going to stop me
 

Who's stopping you now?

Mrs Topcat mainly 

the queen should get a baseball cap with “one’s other hat is a fucking crown” on it

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3 minutes ago, Tony Ferrino said:

What's a "fucking crown"?

Expect replies from P&B's top shaggers.

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4 hours ago, Day of the Lords said:

The mum wants an investigation into the NHS now. I'm sure this is in absolutely no way a means by which to remain in the public eye. 

More attention please

We might as well make ourselves comfortable, she clearly relishes the spotlight and isn't going to give it up anytime soon. A Facebook maw live and in living colour.

Next up will be the Archie Battersbee "Foundation". Absolute nap.

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42 minutes ago, Tony Ferrino said:

What's a "fucking crown"?

 

38 minutes ago, BFTD said:

Expect replies from P&B's top shaggers.

I'd imagine that it involves drilling a hole in the back of somebody's head.

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2 minutes ago, ParsJake said:

We might as well make ourselves comfortable, she clearly relishes the spotlight and isn't going to give it up anytime soon. A Facebook maw live and in living colour.

Next up will be the Archie Battersbee "Foundation". Absolute nap.

I think I'd rather give money to Captain Tom's daughter.

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The Battersbee wifie has a lot to learn about exploiting a vulnerable family member to feather her own nest.  Hannah Moore would have had the NHS pay to transport the poor kid to a luxury hospice in Barbados, accompanied by his extended family.  There's definitely potential there, though.  

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7 hours ago, Day of the Lords said:

The mum wants an investigation into the NHS now. I'm sure this is in absolutely no way a means by which to remain in the public eye. 

More attention please

Tragic as the circumstances of the case are I have just the tiniest of suspicions that this is classic deflection behaviour and the woman has a guilty conscience about something 

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3 minutes ago, tamthebam said:

Tragic as the circumstances of the case are I have just the tiniest of suspicions that this is classic deflection behaviour and the woman has a guilty conscience about something 

Mr. Battersbee is not the father.

You just know it.

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How has this child ended up in the condition they found him in? 

Losing a child is truely awful, however nothing about this has involved anybodies dignity. 

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5 hours ago, ParsJake said:

We might as well make ourselves comfortable, she clearly relishes the spotlight and isn't going to give it up anytime soon. A Facebook maw live and in living colour.

Next up will be the Archie Battersbee "Foundation". Absolute nap.

It's fucking unbelievable.

Absolutely no sense of decency or intelligence, just rage-filled neediness.

 

 

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I don’t think there’s anything sinister about it. 

I think it’s just a woman who can’t face up to the reality that her child is dead. An incredibly difficult thing to do so I actually feel for her but husband or another family member needs to be pulling her aside and delivering some truths. Let the actual grieving process begin. 

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19 hours ago, Day of the Lords said:

The mum wants an investigation into the NHS now. I'm sure this is in absolutely no way a means by which to remain in the public eye. 

More attention please

I can understand that it must be hard for her to accept what's happened. I think everyone does. 

But this is wholly undignified and has merely prolonged her son's suffering, preventing him from being allowed to pass with dignity. The whole thing leaves me feeling more than a little uneasy. 

The press really ought to take a look at themselves as well, for their failure to cover it objectively. All we got was the mother and her fight; very little on the facts in place (Archie is brain dead) and that the prospect of any kind of recovery was essentially nil. Maybe removing the emotion makes it bland to the press, but they can end up doing a lot of damage as a result. Thankfully it doesn't seem to have happened here as far as I can see, but remember the Alfie Evans case? The coverage of that generated a lot of trouble for the hospital and the medical staff, who received threats. 

There is some speculation Archie ended up in the situation he did as a result of some online challenge. If his mum is determined to make something good come of it, why not campaign for better removal of harmful/dangerous content? A much more worthy cause for Archie's memory rather than demanding inquiries which will say the medical advice and conclusion were entirely correct and that a whole load of time and resources were wasted owing to a number of desperate appeals. I am almost certain her lawyer has the 'whitewash' statement pre-prepared on the off chance something like that actually ends up going ahead. 

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9 minutes ago, Michael W said:

I can understand that it must be hard for her to accept what's happened. I think everyone does. 

But this is wholly undignified and has merely prolonged her son's suffering, preventing him from being allowed to pass with dignity. The whole thing leaves me feeling more than a little uneasy. 

The press really ought to take a look at themselves as well, for their failure to cover it objectively. All we got was the mother and her fight; very little on the facts in place (Archie is brain dead) and that the prospect of any kind of recovery was essentially nil. Maybe removing the emotion makes it bland to the press, but they can end up doing a lot of damage as a result. Thankfully it doesn't seem to have happened here as far as I can see, but remember the Alfie Evans case? The coverage of that generated a lot of trouble for the hospital and the medical staff, who received threats. 

There is some speculation Archie ended up in the situation he did as a result of some online challenge. If his mum is determined to make something food come of it, why not campaign for better removal of harmful/dangerous content? A much more worthy cause for Archie's memory rather than demanding inquiries which will say the medical advice and conclusion were entirely correct and that a whole load of time and resources were wasted owing to a number of desperate appeals. I am almost certain her lawyer has the 'whitewash' statement pre-prepared on the off chance something like that actually ends up going ahead. 

Totally agree, making an enemy of the NHS over this is not a dignified legacy for the poor boy. 

You’re absolutely right to say toxic internet pish is the real issue. 

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Here's a tittle tattle web page with some gossip and some interesting info. Lassie seems a bumper and the lad was troubled and the selling of the situation by the media and family was crass.

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