Well, I don't understand Nick's tendency to make assertions without providing proper sources for those assertions. For instance, on several occasions, Nick has dogmatically claimed that Doc Holliday told Ike Clanton that he (Holliday) was responsible for the death of Ike's father. Nick has made this claim numerous times without ever providing a source for his claim. Perhaps you can explain why Nick does this. If Nick would regularly provide sources for his claims, it would enhance his credibility. If I am wrong in thinking this way, by all means, tell me why my thinking is wrongheaded.
There are a lot of problems with Dr. Giberson's testimony. First he referred to Billy as Cranton, although that could have been a misunderstanding by the attorneys or the court reporter. I think... more
It is only available from the Harvard Law Library. It is part of the Lotta Crabtree Will Case. I spent several days at the Law library researching the case. Dr. Giberson was the doctor who took care... more
Since Nick Rogers is loath to reveal the sources of many of his dogmatic claims, his source for how long the wounded cow-boys lived after the street fight deserves recognition. Randall P. Morton, was ... more
Peter, 8.5 out of 10 isn't bad. The point I was trying to make was that precise assertions, no matter how confidently made, are no better than the evidence for those assertions. Whenever anyone... more
At times, however, it amuses me, how pathologically obsessive certain folks are about such issues. But that's just me. I reckon we wouldn't be here, on this site, if we all weren't pathologically... more
Bruce, Perhaps I am "pathologically obsessive" while Nick is "obsessively pathological" when it comes to documentation. So, how did the phrase "tongue-in-cheek" originate? When I put my tongue in my... more