This can only mean that Nelson wrote the whole thing.
LOL - True
A most excellent observation!
As the case against R. Moore is unraveling, I wonder if the Senators, who have turned unexpectedly Puritanical, will next focus on Martin Luther King.
I have recollection of a woman accusing (or was it writing a book?) about MLK's harassment of women.
Something tells me that just maybe that year book doesn’t even belong to her..
She will never be trusted nor believed..
as for the other accusers they too are telling made up FAIRY TALES..all because democrats and liberals FEAR, JUDGE ROY MOORE AND DJT WORKING TOGETHER.. and they should..because the swamp will get drained faster...
SAYING A PRAYER FOR TUES..THAT THE WILL OF THE LORD AND THE GOOD PEOPLE OF ALABAMA ARE HEARD AND liberals shut up with these wild made up stories...it just lowers their creditability.
This can only mean that Nelson wrote the whole thing. LOL.
There is another possibility. It has been speculated that the original was written by someone named Ray. Originally I discounted that, figuring it was either Moore or Nelson who wrote it. But TigerClaws made what I consider an incisive point.
The text of the inscription (at least of the color of ink which matched Merry Christmas) is said to go,You gotta admit, that is clunky. But if you read it Ray rather than Roy it is different.
"To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Love, RoyIm not saying it reminds me of Walt Whitman or anyone, but it is a rhyme. "To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Love, Ray
And I confess that, to my eye, the script ay in say does not look all that different from the putative oy in Roy.
If indeed both parts of the inscription were written by the same person, I wonder if it was not indeed Nelsons classmate Ray (and there is one, still living).
Well, now she has a different expert. Do we have the name, phone, address and CV of any of these experts?
@ThomasWictor’s been posting a lot refuting the accusers.
Oh, shoot! I forgot what he said that I was going to post. Ergh.
It was obvious she did because of the “DA” thing.