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Deb re your comment: 'The only reason I answered you is because you have made other searchers feel like you know where the treasure is and instead of saying things that discourage others you should prove your claims.'

How do you expect me to prove my claims? I believe I have solved the bulk of the puzzle. All I can do is publish my solution so people can determine whether they think the solution is right or wrong. If people don't think it's right that's their opinion. If they do think it's right what's the problem with me talking to those people directly about it? Why can't those people have a valid opinion?
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Deb re your comment: 'The only reason I answered you is because you have made other searchers feel like you know where the treasure is and instead of saying things that discourage others you should prove your claims.'

How do you expect me to prove my claims? I believe I have solved the bulk of the puzzle. All I can do is publish my solution so people can determine whether they think the solution is right or wrong. If people don't think it's right that's their opinion. If they do think it's right what's the problem with me talking to those people directly about it? Why can't those people have a valid opinion?
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You know everyone I have ever talked to has believed they solved the poem. The difference the majority didnt write a book to make money off their unproved ideas. Those people spent their hard earned money to go out and search for the treasure. You have proclaimed widely that you are the person who will be responcible for the finding of the treasure. You placed a dollar value on your boasting. Why should you be suprised that Forrest told searchers that your solve was all about making money? He gave us all a treasure to find, make the most of your solution and prove the rest of the searchers wrong.
(10-19-2015, 03:18 PM)The White Knight Wrote: [ -> ]Deb re your comment: 'The only reason I answered you is because you have made other searchers feel like you know where the treasure is and instead of saying things that discourage others you should prove your claims.'

How do you expect me to prove my claims? I believe I have solved the bulk of the puzzle. All I can do is publish my solution so people can determine whether they think the solution is right or wrong. If people don't think it's right that's their opinion. If they do think it's right what's the problem with me talking to those people directly about it? Why can't those people have a valid opinion?



Ol' Knight, yer comin' off denser than an english tea biscuit. The so called proof in your solve is yer grubby mitts on the chest - which you don't have...along with any credibility. Until then it's just unfounded rhetoric that you keep stuffing in everyone's face. Are you really not seeing that? Just sayin...How bouts rounding up the delusionals that bought your book and email them directly. And I bid you a good day.
Hello Deb,

I sent you a message before and you didn't send me a response. We all get busy from time to time. My question to you is: Did Forrest include me or my website in any of your discussions?

I would like to hear from everyone there advice if I am treading in dangerous territory. Everyone can email me or send me a message.
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No Gene, Forrest only answers questions asked. Mr Briggs was being discussed widely on the blogs so I asked Forrest about him.

I wasnt aware there was any dangerous territory involved in posting your thoughts on your own website?Everytime I try to access your website on my device the website throws me offline. You probably know how to fix that problem? After a while I have stopped trying to go there.
(10-19-2015, 04:36 PM)deb Wrote: [ -> ]Hello Deb,

I sent you a message before and you didn't send me a response. We all get busy from time to time. My question to you is: Did Forrest include me or my website in any of your discussions?

I would like to hear from everyone there advice if I am treading in dangerous territory. Everyone can email me or send me a message.

No Gene, Forrest only answers questions asked. Mr Briggs was being discussed widely on the blogs so I asked Forrest about him.

I wasnt aware there was any dangerous territory involved in posting your thoughts on your own website?Everytime I try to access your website on my device the website throws me offline. You probably know how to fix that problem? After a while I have stopped trying to go there.
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Hello Deb,

The platform I am using is very friendly with most all devices. Especially for mobile devices you will be able to see how easy it loads. It is a very responsive website. Check it out with your cell phones.

If anyone else is having an issue. Send me a message with the type of device you are using and I will look into it.
Some people seem to have a huge problem me charging for my e-book. It's funny because I thought the US was a capitalist country? People are happy to pay $40 to fill up there car to search in the wrong State or to buy the book 'Flywater' 'because they think it may be relevant, but not $10 for the right solution regarding the riddle basis and method. I don't think anyone's been forced to buy anything.?

This can only be the emotional expression of envy.
Mr. Knight,
I admire your marketing skills
I even think you have impressive code breaking type skills.
Tell us, how many books have you sold...
business man to business man
(10-19-2015, 05:54 PM)The White Knight Wrote: [ -> ]Some people seem to have a huge problem me charging for my e-book. It's funny because I thought the US was a capitalist country? People are happy to pay $40 to fill up there car to search in the wrong State or to buy the book 'Flywater' 'because they think it may be relevant, but not $10 for the right solution regarding the riddle basis and method. I don't think anyone's been forced to buy anything.?

This can only be the emotional expression of envy.

Sorry buts thats called being exploitative and you took full advantage of that dodgy interview to pimp your book and bogus solve

F clearly said there are no codes or ciphers in the poem

F clearly teased and fooled you (and others) when he claimed you had most of it right, maybe!!!

Funny how you all forgot the "maybe" disclaimer which basically means fat chance in my book

I don't have a problem with people making money from the chase but please don't pretend its all innocent. You are a failed searcher seeking to profit from a book sold on false pretences IMHO.
(10-19-2015, 05:54 PM)The White Knight Wrote: [ -> ]Some people seem to have a huge problem me charging for my e-book. It's funny because I thought the US was a capitalist country? People are happy to pay $40 to fill up there car to search in the wrong State or to buy the book 'Flywater' 'because they think it may be relevant, but not $10 for the right solution regarding the riddle basis and method. I don't think anyone's been forced to buy anything.?

This can only be the emotional expression of envy.
Your solution isn't right though. You don't have the treasure. My offer stands if you want to prove your solution is right and will lead to the treasure. Again, put your money where your mouth is. Oh yes, money is non-refundable and I won't leave until cash is direct deposited into my account. The offer goes for anyone else in the UK that thinks their solution is the right one. Prove to us dumb Americans how smart you Brits are. Here's your chance, don't pass up this offer. You're not afraid of being wrong are you? What's a measly $100,000.00. Ask all the people who believe you to pony up the money. I'm sure they will.

(10-19-2015, 05:54 PM)The White Knight Wrote: [ -> ]Some people seem to have a huge problem me charging for my e-book. It's funny because I thought the US was a capitalist country? People are happy to pay $40 to fill up there car to search in the wrong State or to buy the book 'Flywater' 'because they think it may be relevant, but not $10 for the right solution regarding the riddle basis and method. I don't think anyone's been forced to buy anything.?

This can only be the emotional expression of envy.
Too funny. People buy fiction books all the time. Yours isn't any different; it's still fiction. I didn't buy it. I saw no reason to. It just another failed search adventure to add to the growing list. Who pays to support the useless Monarchy?
(10-21-2015, 04:02 AM)admin Wrote: [ -> ]Maybe Forrest didn't mean anything bad by him hustling his book. I mean Forrest is a self proclaimed hustled lol. I see nothing wrong with it and only reason we know about him is forrest said there was something about his solve that seemed right.

I heard the tone of voice, he wasnt pleased with being put in that position on air.
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