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    MUCK V MESS: ENGLISH V AMERICAN - WHO IS HER GHOST-WRITER?

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    MUCK V MESS: ENGLISH V AMERICAN - WHO IS HER GHOST-WRITER?

    Post  WM3 on Sat Feb 25, 2012 8:28 pm

    Another effort has appeared, with the cutting-edge title:

    SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2012
    Criminal Profiling Topic of the Day: Did a Kidnapper Muck with Anything?


    I cannot follow her, beyond she is outright libelling Jane Tanner and making wild, unfounded allegations.

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    Did a Kidnapper Muck with Anything?

    I only got this far to know she didn't write that. Muck with? How very British......

    That jarred with me, too - it just doesn't sound like a phrase an American would readily use.

    No they wouldn't. Bennett wouldn't know that though.


    The whole thing just reminds me of one of Bennett's incomprehensible, endless posts, riddled with surmise built on a fallacious foundation

    Too many discrepancies to mention, and guess who is the real Motor Mouth?

    Sorry, getting bored with this stupid, ignorant woman. And it's not as though anyone of importance is going to pay any attention.

    I've seen speculation othat she is using the Reasons as a basis for this; IMO, she may well be. It all seems very familiar; just a rehash of Bennett's old posts.

    She's certainly brought nothing new to the table that I can see - beyond proving that the shutters CAN be opened from the outside, as has been said all along.

    Bennett could have written that, couldn't he? I think the clue was when I found myself nodding off trying to follow it....

    Oh yes he could have written it. She was probably in charge of Americanizing the spellings.

    Something tells me that 'muck with' really isn't a common American phrase.....

    Mess with, yes. Muck with, no.

    Thanks, I cannot remember ever hearing an American person use the phrase, it jars?

    Bizarre thing for an American to say.

    I confess, it is not a phrase I have ever heard used.

    I have, but not by an American.

    I lived for some time in the USA, and I have to agree that I have never heard it used by an American, they use mess, not muck. WM3


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