A lot of strange things did happen in PdL in late April, early May 2007 but I’m at a loss for words to define a particular phenomenon.
Ubiquity is the capability of being at two different places at the same time, but what can you say about something that is able to be two different things at the same place and time?
Duplicity seems to be the obvious choice for the word but as you’ll see, it doesn’t quite cover what I want to show.
As we’ve seen in the Maddie Affair one thing may be something at a certain moment but it may also be, at the same time, the same place and with same people involved, its opposite, or at in the very least, completely different.
We know by now that these discrepancies are ONLY due to one of two things: either it's a lie to deliberately confuse you or it's a lie because those who are lying were themselves completely confused as to what they should have said, or they thought they had to say.
One thing is to lie intentionally because you want to mislead, another, completely different thing altogether, is to lie because you just don’t know what to say and that has happened frequently in the Maddie Affair.
We’ve shown you here many times how people have been told to go off and tell misleading stories to the PJ.
In any unlived reality the gap filling, you know, all those little things that fall outside the main storyline, ends up, inevitably, on the storyteller’s lap. It’s exactly those little things that end up telling us if a story is true or not.
Those who have indeed lived the facts can detail them to the tiniest detail with the consistency and coherence that only truth can provide but that can’t be done by those who are desperately trying convince us in following a storyline.
To these, because their information has voids, they know not with what exactly are they to fill these gaps, so they invent, trying their hardest and best to stick to natural and logical “facts” that simply aren’t facts.
It’s certain that when two or more people invent, distanced from each other, about the same set of facts, each will present his/her version which will differ from everyone else’s, however slightly.
There’s one particular “witness” problem of having different people see it “do” different things at the same approximate times which is acute in the Maddie Affair.
The information about this “witness” is very much sprinkled all over the PJ Files, both explicitly and implicitly, so it’s hard not to stumble on some of it however little of them you’ve read.
Mind you, this “witness”, unlike Pimpleman, is not desperately seeking attention, but many are the people who insist on providing their opinion, either by word or action, about it.
I’m obviously speaking about what was the weather in that week of April/May 2007 in PdL.
I can tell you upfront that it was more fickle and inconsistent than Derek Flack's statement which is, in the least, an accomplishment by itself. I for one can’t make head or tail out of it.
In the referred documentation we’re told with some frequency that it was chilly, even cold, and windy, but there’s hardly any mention about it being sunny and pleasantly warm.
However, most actions that we read about are in accordance with a warmer weather rather than a chilly, as there are many reports of people enjoying themselves at the pool, going sailing as well as doing other watersports.
When reading the PJ Files we do get the feeling that the weather wasn’t up for much fun, but the "PdL tourists" simply discarded it like an old pair of sneakers and determined what it was to be so that they could enjoy themselves. No way was the weather to be in the way.
But if most see the weather as was convenient for them, there’s one particular character, Pimpleman, that has the ability, depending on who is looking at him, to make the weather change.
As you can see above, the both times JW sees Pimpleman he’s only wearing a T-shirt, a yellow one, so the weather was nice and warm.
Also above, both times that TS sees him he’s wearing a windbreaker which indicates that it was chilly.
Our “enigmatic” friend Flack, as expected, doesn’t help us tell what was the weather like although we can see from the Mockumentary that he’s wearing shorts and a short-sleeved summer shirt and Pimpleman has only a t-shirt on.
Later you’ll see why this only explains what the weather was the moment they crossed with each other but says little about what it was on that particular day.
We know that JW says she sees him on Sunday 29th, TS says on Monday 30th and on Wednesday 2nd he’s seen by both or so they say.
There’s an interesting coincidence about these two witnesses first sightings’ of Pimpleman: they happen at around the same time of day, 08.00, on consecutive days.
This tells us that it was warm on early morning of the 29th but chilly on the very next day at the same time of day. No one reports this temperature drop but apparently it happened.
On May 1st, Pimpleman is not seen.
However, one of the oddest climatic phenomenons occurs on the next day, May 2nd, in PdL: a sudden heat wave hits the little fishing town.
On that day, TS, around 12.30, sees a “freezing” Pimpleman, windbreaker all zipped up while just two and a half hours later he’s seen by JW comfortably wearing just a t-shirt:
The way JW is dressed confirms the warmness of the weather, when she says she sees the man:
As we all know the most unlikely time for the weather to change during a day is between 12.00 and 16.00. The temperature during a normal day rises until around 11.00/11.30, then basically remains the same for the next 4/5 hours, and around 17.00/17.30 starts to drop as the evening approaches.
But not on May 2nd, 2007, oh no. That day was cold and windy at noon, and sunny and warm at 15.00.
But if you bring in Flack’s statement, then you don’t have crazy weather but one that just can’t be qualified.
Remember that you have two sets of variables to work with on what Flack can’t be precise: May 2nd or May 3rd and late morning or early afternoon.
On Thursday May 3rd it’s irrelevant at what time of the day he saw Pimpleman. He’s wearing summer clothes so the weather wasn't anywhere near cold. If this was the case, it would mean that the weather on that week would have been: warm on the 29th, chilly on the 30th, COLD/WARM on the 2nd and warm on the 3rd. Fickle weather, I tell you!
Mind you, it would be irrelevant the time of day he did see but would be very relevant the day it was. If it was on the 3rd that Flack sees him then that means he was seen on different days by different people in the same place doing the same thing.
If Flack sees Pimpleman early afternoon of the 2nd, it would mean that the weather on that week would have been: warm on the 29th, chilly on the 30th, COLD/WARM/WARM on the 2nd. I say the word “WARM” twice because then means that Flack would have seen him before JW, which shortens the time interval with which the weather changed suddenly. What a strong heat wave, I tell you!
In the Mockumentary Flack let’s “early afternoon” drop, as we’ve seen, so it was late morning that he says he saw Pimpleman. More precisely at around 11.30.
This being true, Flack seeing Pimpleman at that time on the 2nd, it would mean that the weather on that week would have been: warm on the 29th, chilly on the 30th and WARM/COLD/WARM on the 2nd. I don't know what to tell you, I tell you!
It seems to me that the easiest way to help Flack refresh his memory would be to ask him if he saw Pimpleman on the day the weather went crazy or on the day after that.
But let’s not forget that it's not only Flack's statement that makes the whole thing to be nonsensical but also TS’s and JW’s inconsistent testimonies for the exact same day. They each created a separate character in each of their minds and these simply didn’t match.
One has to ask two questions.
The first and most obvious is what did Pimpleman do with his windbreaker between the time he was seen by TS and JW?
Did he put it in a car? If so, why was he standing uncomfortably outside on a cold and windy day when he could be sitting inside his vehicle?
Did he leave it in a house? That would means that he would be a local, or connected with someone living in PdL, wouldn't it?
Between 12.30 and 15.00, there isn’t much time to go much far, leave your jacket there and come back without it, is there?
And what if Flack saw Pimpleman on Wednesday? That would have Pimpleman without, then with and then without the windbreaker, all in the space of 3 and half hours! Where is the windbreaker? Maybe he left it at the Tapas Pool Entrance where the "reservation book" was supposedly open right on the page where was specifically written that children were left alone in the apartments. No, I'm NOT making this up. Someone else has though.
The second question goes directly to Edgar. Have you read the PJ Files? With all your explanations to the child who played TS why did you "forget" to tell her that she shouldn't be dressed like that?
After all it is TS that says she sees Pimpleman around 12.30 that day that “he was wearing the same windbreaker, this time zipped up as the day was colder than the first, with wind.”
Isn’t the character too scantily dressed for someone with an ear infection on that cold and windy day?
By the way… above, on the first sighting there seems to be also a slight “misunderstanding” about what she should be wearing, isn’t there? Two adults with long sleeved clothing, one of them with a windbreaker and the child with a short-sleeved t-shirt? In the footage above, was it cold, as per the man playing Pimpleman, mild, as per the woman playing TS's mom or hot as per the child playing TS?
If one looks at it with the proper eyes, there isn’t any discrepancy whatsoever in TS’s dress code or between what she has said against with what JW has: they’re all as consistently inconsistent as one would expect from people who just aren’t telling the truth.