Jamie and Justin

Jamie and Justin

Post by Darby Wiggin » Wed, 28 Feb 2001 05:29:31


Speaking of Justin and Jamie, I read his statement of breaking off
the
partnership, but I can not help but think that there is more to it.
Ya'll may
have discusses this before, but I missed it. Anyone know why and what
happened?
Anyone know if either will come back next season. They are both
exceptionally
talented.

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Jamie and Justin

Post by Sandra Loosemor » Wed, 28 Feb 2001 06:08:18

Quote:

> Speaking of Justin and Jamie, I read his statement of breaking off
> the partnership, but I can not help but think that there is more to
> it.  Ya'll may have discusses this before, but I missed it. Anyone
> know why and what happened?  Anyone know if either will come back
> next season. They are both exceptionally talented.

There probably *is* more to it, but the principals aren't talking, and
anything the rest of us could say about it would only be speculation
or unsubstantiated gossip.

-Sandra the cynic

 
 
 

Jamie and Justin

Post by Morr » Wed, 28 Feb 2001 11:18:03

Quote:
>Subject: Re: Jamie and Justin

>Date: 2/26/01 1:08 PM P
>>There probably *is* more to it, but the principals aren't talking, and

anything the rest of us could say about it would only be speculation or
unsubstantiated gossip.
Quote:

>-Sandra the cynic

I can't beleive such a thing as speculation or unsubstantiated gossip would
ever appear on this news group.

Morry -Joining the ranks cynics.

 
 
 

Jamie and Justin

Post by Jani » Wed, 28 Feb 2001 11:19:35

Quote:

>There probably *is* more to it, but the principals aren't talking, and
>anything the rest of us could say about it would only be speculation
>or unsubstantiated gossip.

>-Sandra the cynic

That is so well put.  

Janice

Will work for skating tickets.
"Just can't trust a man with a stolen thumb."  Ms. Parker (The Pretender)

 
 
 

Jamie and Justin

Post by David Weinber » Wed, 28 Feb 2001 21:20:47


Quote:

> >There probably *is* more to it, but the principals aren't talking, and
> >anything the rest of us could say about it would only be speculation
> >or unsubstantiated gossip.

> >-Sandra the cynic

> That is so well put.

except it forgets one.  it would be speculation, unsubstantiated gossip or a
potentially substantiatiable truth that would be a major violation of
someone's trust.