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Ruskin doing a Q&A with Gina.... got to be something we’re all dying to ask her. ;)
I doubt very much that the really juicy questions will make it as far as getting an answer but you never know. if anyone fancies a Q&A with us or a Zoom meeting or something just ask - we'd be up for that.
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I believe it’s a “submit your questions in advance” type gig so none desirable questions can be filtered out.

Good for them ! If it raises the museums profile and gets Donald out there it can only be a good thing !

They are on a roll, first the badges and now a phone in. One would think the museum were in financial difficulties, or perhaps saving up for a home coming event, it’s certainly an advance from the jam jar on the counter they had to raise funds for the boat....which the boat never saw of course.

Might submit a question or two myself...they can only shred it if it’s not what they want.... nothing to lose I say.
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How about “What is your current view of the situation regarding Bluebird K7 and for how long can we expect that view to be valid?”

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I would imagine they’d be preparing a statement/answer that covers any questions on the future plans for K7/Ruskin/BBP. Can’t imagine they’ll ignore it.
No doubt the questions will be filtered.
Just as long as they don’t play that awful Bluebird song again... :shock:
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No doubt the questions will be filtered.
The question I get asked most days is how did Gina get from lapping up the adulation on Bute and the 'she's too young to sit in a crusty old museum' thing to the 4th January 2020 suicide speech. That's one hell of a turnaround. Would be interesting to hear that one answered truthfully.
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That is probability the only question of real interest.
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Renegadenemo wrote: Thu Feb 11, 2021 11:19 am The question I get asked most days is how did Gina get from lapping up the adulation on Bute and the 'she's too young to sit in a crusty old museum' thing to the 4th January 2020 suicide speech. That's one hell of a turnaround. Would be interesting to hear that one answered truthfully.
IMO, its obvious. She was 'got at' and influenced, by someone. The question is - what does she think now.....? I doubt we will get an answer, any time soon. Another abrupt U-turn, would really make her look silly. As if her first U-turn has not already done so.
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I doubt we will get an answer, any time soon. Another abrupt U-turn, would really make her look silly. As if her first U-turn has not already done so.
Bit of a conundrum, is that. Is it sillier to obstinately stay in the huff than it is to say, oops - got that wrong, sorry everyone, won't be making that mistake again?
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Renegadenemo wrote: Thu Feb 11, 2021 9:20 pm Bit of a conundrum, is that. Is it sillier to obstinately stay in the huff than it is to say, oops - got that wrong, sorry everyone, won't be making that mistake again?
Personally, I think her track record now means that anything she says has little or no credibility.

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rob565uk wrote: Thu Feb 11, 2021 11:48 pm
Renegadenemo wrote: Thu Feb 11, 2021 9:20 pm Bit of a conundrum, is that. Is it sillier to obstinately stay in the huff than it is to say, oops - got that wrong, sorry everyone, won't be making that mistake again?
Personally, I think her track record now means that anything she says has little or no credibility.
Yep . Gina has zero credibility after her last episode .
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