Well here we are on November 15 and still no book that was bought and paid for back at the end of October. So what is Rusling's excuse now?
We are still working on the video review of the 'Antiques Road Show' featuring Malcolm Smith who did a bait and switch by talking about the mv Fredericia and the music/radio scene of 1964 in the UK.
He did not talk about 2021, but he had a lot to say (incorrectly) about 1964.
This made our editing difficult.
At first we edited it according to what he said, but what he said was a pack of lies. It is difficult to imagine Malcolm Smith being that stupid, and we know that he is not: he is a con man. He is trying to palm off an old rusting hulk as if it was somehow connected to THE Radio Caroline which died in 1967.
In short, Malcolm Smith opted for "palming off" or bait and switch. He of course was assisted by Paul Rusling who seems to be printing a 'secretly revised' third edition by deleting the rubbish found in the first edition and added to in a second edition - which we have yet to see. It seems that his cult members have not seen it either because not one of them has quoted from it so far. This is why we think he may be churning out a third edition by print on demand - a phrase he hates - because it is true. He thinks the quantity ordered makes it different. It does not.
Time will tell if we will ever get his second edition.
The video is now undergoing its own revision to account for Smith's bait and switch approach. Maybe it will be completed later today. We seem to have spent rather a lot of time working on it.