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An open letter to the Doc

Thu Jun 19, 2003 2:46 am

Hello my favorite Anorak,

I am dumbfounded sometimes by your postings, not that I don't find them real funny, I really do and I hope you will continue with the misinformation that we feed you from time to time.

You are right about one thing, there is the privliged few who do know whats happening in the Elvis world, these induviduals have real contacts and although they are sworn to secrecy about whats really going on, they can never devulge this sensitive information on the board until they know that it is safe to do so.

We are a loyal bunch of people who want to present the right image of Elvis to the public and not revel in the fact that we know whats really happening.

I do wish that you would get your facts straight before you post about the rumours we send out occasionally, just to see who will let the cat out of the bag. I understand that you would like to be a real part of this inner circle but your posts have persuaded us otherwise.

The one who really knows, what the Doc would like to know.

Hawky...

Re: An open letter to the Doc

Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:19 am

Nighthawk wrote:I do wish that you would get your facts straight ...


I encourage you to correct any and all errors of fact I make.

Or is that beyond your ability?

God bless you and your secret knowledge!

Hi Doc

Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:23 am

And may God richly bless you to

Elvis fan & Photi man

Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:25 am

Sounds a wee bit Off-Topic to me.........

Re: Hi Doc

Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:25 am

Nighthawk wrote:And may God richly bless you to [ sic ]


I anxiously await post #13 from you, which will correct some of the many factual mistakes I have made on this MB.

Tick ... tick ... tick ...

Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:30 am

Hey Doc I am the Cat and you aint let me out of the bag yet.. or is that your master plan...c`mon come chat.. lets see what you are made of.. or are you a scaredy cat?lol :lol:

Dear Doc

Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:35 am

You honestly can't know everything about everything, let me explain, you posted a reply to my good friend Squirrel who I understand no one likes, but anyway, thats besides the point.

You spoke about reversal of images in a certain book, well let me explain, considering I have a vast knowledge about not only Elvis (as in your case), but also photography to.

I have been published the world over, hundreds of times, to many to count actually, and publishers on many occasions reverse images to suit the layout of the text.

As I would say that under my supervision, Squirrel being my young Jedi Knight knows far more about photography than you, I would ask that you stick to the topics you know more about (like Elvis).

The Hawk (The one who knows what the Doc thinks he knows)

Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:39 am

May the force be with our own Jedi.. squirrel....lol

Thu Jun 19, 2003 7:49 am

Image

Re: Dear Doc

Thu Jun 19, 2003 10:43 am

Nighthawk wrote:You spoke about reversal of images in a certain book [ sic ], well let me explain, considering I have a vast knowledge about not only Elvis (as in your case), but also photography to [ sic ].

I have been published the world over, hundreds of times, to [ sic ] many to count actually, and publishers on many occasions reverse images to suit the layout of the text.


Fascinating. Now, let me correct your erroneous (drunken?) prose.

I did not speak of any images in any book. A David Stanley title was cited by your colleague Stu as the source of his avatar. I implied that Stanley's merits as an author -- let alone a Presley "relative" -- are so few that a reverse-image would not be a surprising event.

The image question is not about what was presented in any book but what was displayed as an avatar on this MB. And this picture of Elvis -- taken at his August 1, 1969 press conference -- was reverse-image.

Better luck next time. Maybe post #14 will be enlightening.

Tick ... tick ... tick ...

Thu Jun 19, 2003 12:00 pm

Oh, boy! What I hate about the doc is his stupid way of saying things. He's always pretending he's so intelligent, and clever. I've learned something through the years: wise people never call themselves so...

BTW, there are more important things than Elvis to know about!!!

Alberto

Hey Doc

Thu Jun 19, 2003 1:50 pm

I have just been having a little fun, I do hope you understand that a little light hearted humour can keep you young and healthy, however I was totally amazed that you and the Squirrel look so much alike, could this possibly mean that you both are one and the same and that is why we never see you in our friendly chatroom, that should would explain a lot as the Squirrel like yourself can be a real pain in the rectum (lol).

And another thing, what gave you the idea that I was drunk, I am happy all the time (lol).

Hawky,

The man who knows what the Doc thinks he knows.

Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:47 pm

Leave the Doc alone!

His comments are always interesting and I can't remember anyone catching him out with a fact.

He has been extremely helpful to me when I have asked him something and he's a nice bloke.

He is a true expert - otherwise we wouldn't all ask him questions!

Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:56 pm

londonflash wrote:He is a true expert


We know the definition of expert don't we?

Ex= has been.
spert = a drip under pressure. :lol:

And I'm not saying this is the Doc, he's a nice fellow.

:D

Thanks a lot, Doc.!

Thu Jun 19, 2003 4:54 pm

I totally agree with londonflash.
Doc's postings are much more informative and accurate than any others'.
I don't think 'He is always pretending he is so intelligent and clever." as
CapiTrueno noted.
I can say for sure that "HE IS SO INTELLIGENT AND CLEVER".

Thanks a million, Doc. !

Have a Happy.
Hound_Dog

Thu Jun 19, 2003 8:58 pm

Hi guys,

It's time to "visit" the Doc again, isn't it?

I'm glad he's on this board. His posts and replies are not only informative, but they're funny as well. I kinda like his way of putting things.

Here's to you, Doc!

Bye
Sonny

Thu Jun 19, 2003 9:04 pm

I think Dr. J. Carpenter is doing one hell of a job, thanks for all your input. I know that a lot of fans are enjoying his postings, in fact, he's brilliant and he's one of a kind.

THE DOC!

Thu Jun 19, 2003 10:02 pm

He is clever with words, but he always sets the record straight!
I like that! Doc is actually a need in here!
"But, don't let the lights and cameras throw you!"

Thu Jun 19, 2003 10:07 pm

I like the DOC too. Though he has been proved WRONG on occasion, he does bring up good points.

Re: Dear Doc

Fri Jun 20, 2003 2:17 am

drjohncarpenter wrote:
Nighthawk wrote:You spoke about reversal of images in a certain book [ sic ], well let me explain, considering I have a vast knowledge about not only Elvis (as in your case), but also photography to [ sic ].

I have been published the world over, hundreds of times, to [ sic ] many to count actually, and publishers on many occasions reverse images to suit the layout of the text.


Fascinating. Now, let me correct your erroneous (drunken?) prose.

I did not speak of any images in any book. A David Stanley title was cited by your colleague Stu as the source of his avatar.


Hmmmmmm, interesting DJC - given you know so much about Nighthawks drinking habits, Squirrels real name and where to locate his photograph it doesn't seem too far fetched to presume you visit the chat room yourself.

If so perhaps you'd care to share the name you use in there so we can say hello to you next time ;)

Fri Jun 20, 2003 2:24 am

Cl :lol: int he paid a flying visit tonight did the Doc..but still cant find his balls to have a go without the famous n.h. being on line.. this should prove interesting in the day or two..lol

Fri Jun 20, 2003 2:46 am

Well, in Belgium they say "hoge bomen vangen veel wind". And that's exactly how I feel about Dr. John Carpenter. :wink:

Fri Jun 20, 2003 3:18 am

James.. what the flippin` hell you on about..lmfao?
:lol:

Fri Jun 20, 2003 6:02 am

James27 wrote:Well, in Belgium they say "hoge bomen vangen veel wind". And that's exactly how I feel about Dr. John Carpenter. :wink:


Bless you, James.

And thanks to those who offered a kind word. It is appreciated.

As for the lesser elements who are so quick to attack:

"Wie een hond wil slaan, kan licht een stoken vinden"

Fri Jun 20, 2003 8:13 am

What's that, doc???
The first part of that sentence is Dutch, but the second part of it is nonsense. Seems like it lost something in the translation (or maybe "gained something", if you will).