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The solo at the end of Hunting Humans are great, so I think they could've kept both Mistreated and HH in the set. Let's say instead of songs like Street Of Dreams...

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Its very sad but i think that Ritchie doesn't know anything about the question of Doogie. Carole Stevens the mother of Candice and the managerin of BN doesn't want any calls of Ritchie's old friends like Doogie White.




Does anyone really believe that Ritchie has all his calls monitered by his mother in law? I dont buy into this at all if anyone is a control freak then its Blackers!!Im quite sure the people Ritchie wants contact with have his number(he does apparently speak with Jon Lord from time to time) whether Dougie is on that list I dont know but im bloody sure if he wanted to speak to him Carole Stevens wouldnt have any say so!!




I agree. It's much more likely to be Ritchie controlling Carole and Candi, but making it look to outsiders as if she is in control to avoid making him look bad. She's just following orders, in other words.

If Ritchie really wanted to contact Doogie because Carole was trying to control him, I'm sure he could have covert conversations with Doogie by mobile phone. But if Carole confiscates his SIM card, making that option impossible, he can always have convert chats with Doogie in an on-line chatroom, perhaps under psuedonyms, just to be on the safe side.

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lightintheblack0 wrote:

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Blackmore45 wrote:

Its very sad but i think that Ritchie doesn't know anything about the question of Doogie. Carole Stevens the mother of Candice and the managerin of BN doesn't want any calls of Ritchie's old friends like Doogie White.




Does anyone really believe that Ritchie has all his calls monitered by his mother in law? I dont buy into this at all if anyone is a control freak then its Blackers!!Im quite sure the people Ritchie wants contact with have his number(he does apparently speak with Jon Lord from time to time) whether Dougie is on that list I dont know but im bloody sure if he wanted to speak to him Carole Stevens wouldnt have any say so!!




I agree. It's much more likely to be Ritchie controlling Carole and Candi, but making it look to outsiders as if she is in control to avoid making him look bad. She's just following orders, in other words.

If Ritchie really wanted to contact Doogie because Carole was trying to control him, I'm sure he could have covert conversations with Doogie by mobile phone. But if Carole confiscates his SIM card, making that option impossible, he can always have convert chats with Doogie in an on-line chatroom, perhaps under psuedonyms, just to be on the safe side.

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I suppose the common theory is that C&C "put ideas into RB's head". RB agrees, and asks Carole to act accordingly. This then appears to outsiders as C. making the decisions.
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