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Another way to look at the clues in the poem
05-29-2014, 05:24 PM,
#21
Another way to look at the clues in the poem
Thank you Norman , your words are what I couldnt find in myself to post. I appreciate your effort.Its kind of you. Smile
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05-29-2014, 08:37 PM,
#22
Another way to look at the clues in the poem
Every time I hear the name Norman, I think of the movie Psycho(1960) with Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh. That was certainly WWWH for Marion Crane that night in the shower at the Bates Motel, wasn't it? 8O

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05-29-2014, 08:56 PM,
#23
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LOL Well you choose Nora and admitted you are a man . Split personality kinda works for you. Wink ROFL

Want to give yourself another name Norman? Big Grin
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05-29-2014, 09:47 PM,
#24
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<b>Quote from deb on May 29, 2014, 9:56 pm</b>

LOL Well you choose Nora and admitted you are a man . Split personality kinda works for you. Wink ROFL

Want to give yourself another name Norman? Big Grin
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That's too funny. Big Grin
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05-29-2014, 10:04 PM,
#25
Another way to look at the clues in the poem
Damn it Deb. :-) Nora Kelly was/is a name representing adventure, exploration, inspiration? and mystery, who was a character in the Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child novels. I picked the name after I received an email from Mr. Fenn regarding the fact that he had read ALL of these works. He is even in one of the Acknowledgements. No Deb, I think I'll stick with what I've got. It's a good combination. Besides, I like my anonymity or shall we just call it a veil, since it's impossible to share very much information without people knowing something about you, in a world and an event that sometimes things are better left unsaid. Doesn't mean though, that people can't get to know each other a little bit regardless. I actually never planned on it going this far. :-) There's SOME real intelligent, interesting and good individuals here!! Good luck.

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05-30-2014, 12:13 AM,
#26
Another way to look at the clues in the poem
LOL I am glad you are having fun WhyNorm, thats what this is supposed to be. Smile You have been lots of fun. I thought it was funny choosing to be female, not many guys would do that. SmileI was a bit concerned that you may be close to my search area from some of the things you said. Smile



I agree, there are many really smart people searching. Best to not worry about that , keep your mind on the journey. Happy questing to all! Smile
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05-30-2014, 01:32 AM,
#27
Another way to look at the clues in the poem
I chose Tom Broadbent, but it was already taken, so after reading another novel, I saw the name Nora Kelly and said, what the hell. It was definitely interesting to see the responses and profiling difference. But not too bad. :-) I kinda took the role playing a little too far, but not far at times just to go with it and see the reactions. I still sometimes overdo it and forget I told everyone the dope. But all in all, I try to contribute appropriately.



I have several areas Deb. One of them might be yours, ya never know. :-) Of course!! It's all about the journey, until you reach your destination, then it's time to start another one.

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06-01-2014, 07:40 AM,
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I chose Tom Broadbent, but it was already taken, so after reading another novel, I saw the name Nora Kelly and said, what the hell. It was definitely interesting to see the responses and profiling difference. But not too bad. :-) I kinda took the role playing a little too far, but not far at times just to go with it and see the reactions. I still sometimes overdo it and forget I told everyone the dope. But all in all, I try to contribute appropriately.



I have several areas Deb. One of them might be yours, ya never know. :-) Of course!! It's all about the journey, until you reach your destination, then it's time to start another one.
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