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has portia gone for good?

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By tom123
24th Apr 2020 15:19

I guess so,

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
24th Apr 2020 15:30

I haven't looked, but have any of her posts/replies/comments been redacted?

She's such a knowledgeable beast; I vote they're left intact.

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By Wanderer
24th Apr 2020 15:42

Wish (s)he was back.

(S)he'd sort out all these CJRS questions in no uncertain terms! And give brilliant analysis.

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By Matrix
24th Apr 2020 15:46

Based on the law ;)

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By memyself-eye
24th Apr 2020 16:04

He/She/Them (if you've watched 'billions') will return as a non binary individual

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By Cheshire
24th Apr 2020 18:07

I wish she was here. Incurring her wrath wasn't a pleasant experience, but you learnt a lot. Besides her blogs still make me chuckle.

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By atleastisoundknowledgable...
25th Apr 2020 18:35

Cheshire wrote:

Incurring her wrath wasn't a pleasant experience....

Amen brother.

My logical tax planning quite often took a blasting from her.

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By Red Leader
24th Apr 2020 18:13

I was going to post "I am Portia" but then realised that if you looked at my past posts, it would be bl e e d 1 n' obvious that I'm not!

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By DJKL
24th Apr 2020 18:18

That might have you ending up on a cross, certainly did not end well for Tony.

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By memyself-eye
24th Apr 2020 19:00

Not Tony-Kirk

Watch the film again......

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By DJKL
24th Apr 2020 21:05

Kirk is Spartacus, Tony Curtis is one of those who says he is Spartacus.

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By FirstTab
25th Apr 2020 08:59

I gather her/his time is now spent on Practice/Accounting Excellence.

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By bernard michael
25th Apr 2020 09:22

I had reason to look back at one of her old answers and it was still there. What's more it gave me the answer I needed

Perhaps the moderator would like to comment on her presence

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By Manchester_man
27th Apr 2020 06:20

I assume she/he was a tax barrister or similar? Would be interesting to know. It’s not as though her/his answers were limited to a concentrated area of specialism (in my view anyway).

Very entertaining to read I must say.

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By Justin Bryant
27th Apr 2020 08:49

She was an amusing Walter Mitty, who conned a lot of people here into thinking she was the real deal (not difficult when you have other people here like TD who know even less), that's for sure.

Unlike a lot of other Walter Mitty types she wasn't even a failed barrister as she knew nothing about English law.

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By DJKL
27th Apr 2020 09:16

When has that ever stopped a lawyer?

My father used to say about the senior partner of the firm he joined in the 1950s, that he, the senior partner, could write everything he knew about the law on the back of a postage stamp and still have room for the Lord's Prayer . (But had a wonderful fireside manner with clients.)

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By Duhamel
27th Apr 2020 09:38

Whether you agreed with her or not, Walter Mitty is one thing she was not. Daft thing to say Justin.

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