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THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
04-05-2019, 06:17 AM, (This post was last modified: 04-05-2019, 06:17 AM by fundamental design.)
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
Just another example for Chris Yates of how Mdavis tells other searchers they’re approach is wrong and he’s tired of telling them that.

This is what I told you in one of our discussions but you acted like you didn’t know he has done this before. Well, he has...it’s the same drivel all over again. So again, I was right and don’t forget that these poem purists have been searching for many years with their approach so it’s not like their poem purist approach is some new way to search (virgin soil...lol). The poem purists haven’t shown any progress which Mdavis is claiming here that the non poem purists haven’t shown...only confirmation bias, no confirmations.

mdavis19
1 day ago #91

I am glad there are so many people in the chase who don't grasp the full implications of the LGFI answer. That means there are few people who are in true competition with me. Y'all just keep looking for your non-existant confirmations to lean on like crutches, and letting your bias take you deep into rabbit holes to nowhere. That's fine. I'm going to quit trying to show you the error of your ways. Nobody ever listens anyway. Been like this since the beginning. People just keep repeating the same old doomed to fail strategies, as if there isn't a long history of failure out there to learn from. Everybody thinks their way of thinking about the chase is special or unique, when in reality it is almost always just some minor variation on one of the few major themes that have dominated the chase from the beginning, and produced zilch. Rearranging the deck chairs isn't going to change the outcome. IMHO there needs to be a major paradigm shift in thinking about solving the chase on the part of the majority of the participants, or they will continue to never be anything more than also-rans. To bad Fenn isn't handing out participant trophies. Anyway, go ahead and plow the same tired old ground that has been plowed and re-plowed by others for the better part of nine years now. Me and a handful of others are headed off to plow some virgin soil in the land of poem purity and no expectation of confirmations.

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04-05-2019, 01:02 PM,
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
@ FD how can MD be a poem purist if he is reading post ,and commenting on a forum ,
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04-05-2019, 01:57 PM, (This post was last modified: 04-05-2019, 02:34 PM by fundamental design.)
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
(04-05-2019, 01:02 PM)pidmt Wrote: @ FD how can MD be a poem purist if he is reading post ,and commenting on a forum ,

Lol. Yeah, it goes pretty deep on that subject. Just watch his recent appearance on the flip side when they start talking about possible hints in TTOTC book and someone on the panel mentions that Robert Redford did write a book. What’s the first thing Mdavis does? He whips his chair around and reaches his dusty sleeves into his bookcase there and retrieves his copy of The Outlaw Trail book and holds it up to the camera.

Don’t forget we caught him years ago with that book on his book case when he included it in a pic he uploaded. When we busted a poem purist having that book, his excuse was that he had it since high school. Ummm ok, but years later you pop that up for the camera when the topic of a possible hint comes up. Yep, busted there, poem purist. Lol

Then, you got the other lie that you mentioned...commenting on a forum. He said in that same YouTube show that he’s only a one Chase forum guy and who’s got time to follow more than one forum. That’s not true as most here can attest to. He’s kept up here on CC vigorously and he got busted having multiple aliases here- Grizzled Prospector and Big Jim just to mention two of them. All of that while he was on Harry’s and he use to have conversations with himself with those two aliases to promote his lame agendas.

You can’t make this stuff up.

And people don’t understand how patient we are for the truth to show itself.

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04-05-2019, 03:16 PM,
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
(04-05-2019, 01:57 PM)fundamental design Wrote:
(04-05-2019, 01:02 PM)pidmt Wrote: @ FD how can MD be a poem purist if he is reading post ,and commenting on a forum ,

Lol. Yeah, it goes pretty deep on that subject. Just watch his recent appearance on the flip side when they start talking about possible hints in TTOTC book and someone on the panel mentions that Robert Redford did write a book. What’s the first thing Mdavis does? He whips his chair around and reaches his dusty sleeves into his bookcase there and retrieves his copy of The Outlaw Trail book and holds it up to the camera.

Don’t forget we caught him years ago with that book on his book case when he included it in a pic he uploaded. When we busted a poem purist having that book, his excuse was that he had it since high school. Ummm ok, but years later you pop that up for the camera when the topic of a possible hint comes up. Yep, busted there, poem purist. Lol

Then, you got the other lie that you mentioned...commenting on a forum. He said in that same YouTube show that he’s only a one Chase forum guy and who’s got time to follow more than one forum. That’s not true as most here can attest to. He’s kept up here on CC vigorously and he got busted having multiple aliases here- Grizzled Prospector and Big Jim just to mention two of them. All of that while he was on Harry’s and he use to have conversations with himself with those two aliases to promote his lame agendas.

You can’t make this stuff up.

And people don’t understand how patient we are for the truth to show itself.

thats funny
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04-07-2019, 03:05 PM,
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I gotta believe there is a hint to the blaze in the poem. Partly why is because of how f presented the blaze clue line and it’s tense...If you’ve been wise and found the blaze.

It hasn’t made sense to me that one would not be able to predetermine the blaze before botg. I never thought it to be compelling when any searcher shows us they go out there and start to try to figure out the blaze.

It goes back to the simple mechanisms that f used to hide the treasure path...clues and hints. F didn’t really hide where the clue path begins in the poem. It clearly states “begin” it where. Anything that comes before that line and helps solve clue 1 has to be a hint and the first stanza has the word “hint” in it.

How does that help tell us there probably is a hint in the poem to directly gives us the blaze? Because if we are to predetermine the blaze with the poem then it can’t be done by using one of the other clues (clue lines). That would involve clues jumping other clues and get one closer to the treasure which f has made clear isn’t allowed. Only a hint can help us by jumping clues, if need be. I think a powerful hint is in the first stanza that tells us both the correct starting area and the blaze. The same answer to the hint tells us both. That would be a clever way to do it. T.S. Elliot like.

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04-08-2019, 07:22 AM,
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(04-07-2019, 03:05 PM)fundamental design Wrote: I gotta believe there is a hint to the blaze in the poem. Partly why is because of how f presented the blaze clue line and it’s tense...If you’ve been wise and found the blaze.

It hasn’t made sense to me that one would not be able to predetermine the blaze before botg. I never thought it to be compelling when any searcher shows us they go out there and start to try to figure out the blaze.

It goes back to the simple mechanisms that f used to hide the treasure path...clues and hints. F didn’t really hide where the clue path begins in the poem. It clearly states “begin” it where. Anything that comes before that line and helps solve clue 1 has to be a hint and the first stanza has the word “hint” in it.

How does that help tell us there probably is a hint in the poem to directly gives us the blaze? Because if we are to predetermine the blaze with the poem then it can’t be done by using one of the other clues (clue lines). That would involve clues jumping other clues and get one closer to the treasure which f has made clear isn’t allowed. Only a hint can help us by jumping clues, if need be. I think a powerful hint is in the first stanza that tells us both the correct starting area and the blaze. The same answer to the hint tells us both. That would be a clever way to do it. T.S. Elliot like.

What is so special about the blaze that he has to hint about it beforehand, but he doesn't have to hint about the other clues? I mean, the blaze is just another clue, one of nine. It's interesting how people's eyes are drawn to the blaze in the poem. It's probably the most discussed clue along with WWWH. But the other clues, which are probably just as important, get much less press.
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04-08-2019, 07:53 AM,
THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
Agreed! Fenn has said you start by looking for the blaze!

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04-08-2019, 08:12 AM,
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(04-08-2019, 07:53 AM)jeanniewalls Wrote: Agreed! Fenn has said you start by looking for the blaze!

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Actually he said "... you can't start in the middle of the poem and find the treasure."
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04-08-2019, 10:14 AM, (This post was last modified: 04-08-2019, 10:17 AM by jeanniewalls.)
THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
I need to proof read, a cant was supposed to be in there!

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You definitely have to start at the beginning, you cant just look for the blaze

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04-08-2019, 04:05 PM,
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(04-08-2019, 09:27 AM)crazyfamily Wrote: I’ll say that, for me, the blaze is hinted at in the poem. If your blaze isn’t found then it’s not the blaze. Just like if you can’t put N below your hoB, then it’s not the correct hoB...or if you don’t have any place for your I to go, then it can’t be the correct “...I must go.”

so is your put in ok for longer trailers and boats?

how about boats with motors. are those allowed?
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