GDG- Lefty's

Jeff Burk jlb4tlb at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 15 19:17:40 CST 2012


Anither good site that proves it was never said.
 
http://www.life.com/gallery/65041/image/3244832/famous-quotes-that-were-never-said#index/16
 
It amazes me that one who says he only wants the truth refuses solid evedence  of said truth.

 Namaste
 
Jeff Burk


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> From: "ATMackeyJr at aol.com" <ATMackeyJr at aol.com>
>To: gettysburg at arthes.com 
>Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2012 8:10 PM
>Subject: Re: GDG- Lefty's
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>Esteemed GDG Member Contributes:
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>In a message dated 1/15/2012 7:28:47 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
>CWMHTours at aol.com writes:
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>Esteemed  GDG Member Contributes:
>I sure seem to recall seeing it on TV many  times.
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>Prove to me that he didn't say it.  Then you have  some  credentials with 
>me.
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>It's a fallacy to ask someone to prove a negative.  You make the  positive 
>assertion he said it, so the burden of proof is yours.  I've  provided 
>evidence to the contrary.  You just provide another factless  rant.
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>As far as I am concerned, as I live and breath,  I  sure  recall seeing it 
>and hearing it many times on  Dragnet.
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>And before you call me a liar go do some research and  watch  every 
>episode- 
>both the old series, and the newer one in the  60s.  If you  watch every 
>single one and don't see them say just  the facts ma'am then I may  drop it.
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>I've seen every episode already.  It's up to you to provide the  episode in 
>which he says it.
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>Otherwise, according to your own standards, you're a "lying author."   Of 
>course, those aren't my standards, and I wouldn't call you a "lying author,"  
>but to be consistent we should hold you to the same standards you want to 
>impose  on others, no?
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>Before I  relocated a year ago we got Dragnet on that cable  company.  I  
>sure recall either Friday or his partner saying   it.
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>Which is it?  You claimed Joe Friday said it. Now is it him or his  
>partner?  If he didn't say it, by your own standards, you're a "lying  author."  
>Again, I would be willing to say it's just an honest mistake, but  in order to 
>be consistent we should hold you to the same standards you wish to  impose 
>on others.
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>And just  because you come along and say it isn't true you rush  to use it 
>as  an excuse to call me a liar!
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>Just holding you to your own standard.  Or can't you take holding  yourself 
>to the same standards you want for others?
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>You've  got some problems Al,
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>Talk about projection.
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>and you  may just want to  apologize to me.
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>I apologize for holding you to the same standard you want to impose on  
>others.  I'm sorry you can dish it out but you can't take it.  And  finally, I 
>apologize for treating you the same way you want to treat  others.
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>You  can't prove without watching all the episodes that they  didn't say it 
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>and you call me a liar.
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>The burden of proof is on you, since you claim he said it.  I reject  your 
>claim, and I have provided evidence that your claim is false.  For  someone 
>who wants to deal in black-and-white facts, you're short on them.
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>And just  how do you know they didn't say  it?
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>I've seen every episode of the show with Jack Webb as Joe Friday, as well  
>as the movie.  Also, I have evidence to contradict you.
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>You're a big believe in wikipedia, aren't you?
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>"Supposedly, he also made the line, 'Just the facts, ma'am,' famous. In  
>fact, what Friday actually said in an early episode is 'All we want are the  
>facts.' Friday, as portrayed by Webb, never actually said the oft-repeated  
>phrase. Indeed, it was more Stan Freberg's parodies of the Dragnet series 
>that  popularized the phrase."
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>_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Friday_ 
>(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Friday) 
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>See also:
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>_http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/dragnet.asp_ 
>(http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/dragnet.asp) 
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>Just  give me the facts Sir and stop calling people liars until  you can  
>prove.
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>You first.
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>"Just  the facts, ma'am." Sgt. Joe Friday.  Dragnet.
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>Never said it.  According to your own standards, that makes you a  "lying 
>author," then.
>
>Best Regards,
>Al Mackey
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