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Old 24 May 2003, 03:11   #11
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Hi Phill

Yes it is Charles's hand.

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Old 24 May 2003, 04:10   #12
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AHA, Keith's SOCO ! ?does the hand match the person?
What?? Huh??
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Old 24 May 2003, 06:12   #13
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Well Charles, is that YOUR hand in the picture?

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Okay Phill and Mike Garside you may also be interested.....

What does the picture reveal?

Charles is in the IT business: he is running 'Windows XP Professional', not your usual operating system for a home pc.

The picture was posted right after the photo was taken: Just look at the time displayed on the computer monitor.

Charles has a 'tidy' mind. He likes to get straight through to the 'facts' of the matter: His desktop only carries the items that he needs frequently.

Charles is right handed:
He is holding the bracket in his left hand whilst he takes the photo with his RIGHT hand.

Charles took at least 3 photographs of the bracket: The title of the picture was 'bracket 003'. There could have been more of course but I guess he did not call the first one 003!

Okay so it's trivial. BUT you never know just how important information like this could be at the right time!

Now how do I know that it is Charles's hand?

Go to his excellent website and take a look at the photo gallery. You will see several photographs which clearly show his left hand. The pictures can be enlarged and enhanced and the result compared with the hand holding the bracket. Also you will notice that Charles has a habit of using his thumb in oposition to his middle finger rather than his index finger. This is also the case on the photograph holding the bracket.

Well as you can tell I'm at work right now and for a change it's rather quiet.

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Old 24 May 2003, 10:24   #15
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Flippin' 'eck Keith - I bet you're one hell of a Cluedo player
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Crikey, Keith...I don't want you on my case when I have committed the perfect crime. All correct and present, Sir!
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Thanks Charles. The bracket arrived this morning, and here it is fitted to the boat this afternoon

Thanks again. That's two drinks I owe you.

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Marvellous - you sure are a fast worker!
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And how we are sure that Mr Hart has already screwed the base down, or even THIS IS Mr Hart's boat ?
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Good question Batfalcon...

If you look at the brickwork just behind the boat, that is the front of my house. The particular brickwork layout is known as 'half brum stretcher bond'. This type of brickwork is only found in the small area of Birmingham where I live.

My house faces NW and the photo was obviously taken at 16.10 hours (the date of the posting) as you can tell from the angle the sun is casting it's shadow.

Also if you compare the visible part of the tube with the photo of Aging Youth and me in my boat at Plymouth you will see that it is the same tube.

You see it's quite simple really...

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