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THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
10-10-2019, 08:59 PM,
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
Line 1 may also have 4-5 hints to location in just those few words. It is the most important line in our solve and when revealed will amaze you how much info he packed into 1 line. No anagrams either.
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10-11-2019, 10:19 AM,
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
(10-10-2019, 08:59 PM)5GIRLS Wrote: Line 1 may also have 4-5 hints to location in just those few words. It is the most important line in our solve and when revealed will amaze you how much info he packed into 1 line. No anagrams either.

Very true! These are hints to the final search area, applicable only after you've solved most of the clues. So until you are sure that you've solved at least 5 or 6 of the clues, starting with WWWH, don't worry about the first line or even the first stanza.
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These are all just my ideas. I hope no one uses them.
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10-12-2019, 09:06 AM,
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
Leave it to Harry Fool to wake up and decide to write this foolishness. MDavis even liked the foolishness. Too hilarious, doll of Fundy? What are you talking about, dummies?

But, thanks for the vote of confidence that I can find the spot of the tc. Your lame thinking skills missed an easy solution for whatever problem you think I’d have after finding the tc. Sleep on it and try again tmrw.

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5:51 AM - Today#1
According to one of those great a-holes of the chase, the finder has apparently spurned the opportunity to get the chest:
THE POEM IS SOLVED AND THE FINDER HAS REJECTED THE TREASURE!
And then used the doll of Fundy kicking away the chest as proof of that

Well that would be a hoot if dumbo Fundy by some miracle actually did find the spot and then in his insanity walked away from it just to get back at F. In fact he is probably the only searcher insane enough to do that

Of course I have a different take of the chest at the feet of the Fundy doll. I believe F's telling him he will never get his hands on it! That he has kicked away any chance of that happening. Funny how many ways these things can be interpreted.
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10-12-2019, 10:28 AM, (This post was last modified: 10-12-2019, 10:29 AM by fallingrock.)
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
He stale has an oddience?

Why are you worried about what he's saying?
He ain't got even a hint of a clue.
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10-12-2019, 10:50 AM,
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
(10-12-2019, 09:06 AM)fundamental design Wrote: Leave it to Harry Fool to wake up and decide to write this foolishness. MDavis even liked the foolishness. Too hilarious, doll of Fundy? What are you talking about, dummies?

But, thanks for the vote of confidence that I can find the spot of the tc. Your lame thinking skills missed an easy solution for whatever problem you think I’d have after finding the tc. Sleep on it and try again tmrw.

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5:51 AM - Today#1
According to one of those great a-holes of the chase, the finder has apparently spurned the opportunity to get the chest:
THE POEM IS SOLVED AND THE FINDER HAS REJECTED THE TREASURE!
And then used the doll of Fundy kicking away the chest as proof of that

Well that would be a hoot if dumbo Fundy by some miracle actually did find the spot and then in his insanity walked away from it just to get back at F. In fact he is probably the only searcher insane enough to do that

Of course I have a different take of the chest at the feet of the Fundy doll. I believe F's telling him he will never get his hands on it! That he has kicked away any chance of that happening. Funny how many ways these things can be interpreted.
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That is a perfect example of desperation combined with confirmation bias. Poor Hairy is questioning his obviously wrong wishful thinking. This is what goes on in the chase, there are many Hairys out there hoping, begging, praying they are lead searcher, but they are not even close. Just as love is blind, so are the Hairys of the chase.
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10-14-2019, 08:43 AM,
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
(10-12-2019, 10:28 AM)fallingrock Wrote: He stale has an oddience?

Why are you worried about what he's saying?
He ain't got even a hint of a clue.

I’m not worried about it. It’s as Top Secret said above, it’s about finding things in the Chase that doesn’t make sense. I think it’s an important skill to keep honed which will help spot solutions to the hints and clues.

Take Hairy’s latest nonsensical comparison...

Harry Fool- 4 days ago#55
@Sacha to me its as clear as day : you are all pawns in his chess game with the exception of the lead searcher who keeps F's king in check. The LS is the kind of guy/girl who likes to go for the slow kill plucking away F's pawns one by one. It may take a while but the win is inevitable IMO.
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What kind of stupid opponent are you playing against that you can keep their king in check by slow kill plucking away their pawns one by one? Dumb

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10-29-2019, 08:43 PM,
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
Harry Fool is an idiot.

Btw, how many years in a row have you predicted that the tc would be found? Now, it’s next year.

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11-01-2019, 08:46 PM, (This post was last modified: 11-01-2019, 08:50 PM by fundamental design.)
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If the LS exists, and this person had any indication that he/she/them were it, they would never state it publicly. Here's why:

1. Self preservation - if this person ran around bragging about this status, and could somehow convince everyone else they are this person, they would then become the fixation of that 7% of the population that is not mentally well. This could include everything from stalking and harrassment to attempted theft of their clues and solution. In addition, it would require telling others about the solution, which would actually create a footrace.

2. Intelligence - this person(s) would have proven to be smarter than the hundreds of thousands that came before him/her. This person would not want to risk unmasking him/herself in the chase community, because see reason 1.

3. Doubt - no matter how many clues he/she has solved, or thinks he/she has solved, there is know way of knowing the clues are correct for sure without posession of the chest, or Forrest saying so. The element of doubt will always exist in his/her mind until victory is in his/her hands.

Therefore, I conclude that any person claiming LS status in a public way lacks the intelligence and logical reasoning to actually be the LS. You can probably assume that these people have very little chance, if any, of becoming the victor.
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I don’t agree with much of the above. I mean, it sounds good on the surface but seems leaky...

The first line says state it publicly and in (1.) that has already changed to bragging about it. Two different things.

Somehow, they are suppose to be able to convince everyone else of their LS status but can’t even convince themselves (3. Doubt).

Then we have the often repeated sentiment that if f posted elements of the correct solve on a blog, it would be subjected to searchers ripping it to pieces.

(2. Intelligence) The conclusion of ‘any person claiming LS status in a public way lacks the intelligence and logical reasoning to actually be the LS.’ can actually mean that anyone who feels they are a contender for LS can publicly state such since it makes others sense this person is no threat. With many searchers having done so, a legit one can hide in the masses.

Also, maybe LS contenders/pretenders think the poem tells them somehow to spill the beans.

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01-28-2020, 04:07 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-28-2020, 05:03 PM by fundamental design.)
THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
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I saw this post by Chris Yates and I wanted to provide reasons why I don’t agree with his assessment.

He states “as the clues are solved” one will be able to figure out more focused geographical areas.

What I see Chris miss here is that the clues can’t be solved by just using the clues themselves. I take that from f’s response about one needs other ingredients to solve for the correct wwwh (paraphrased). As well as, the clues are consecutive and contiguous and f’s nope, nope reply.

Therefore, f could have simply designed some “backstory” in the poem. Maybe that’s why the first clue is in the second stanza.

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01-28-2020, 06:12 PM,
RE: THE HINTS- VITAL TO SUCCESS
(01-28-2020, 04:07 PM)fundamental design Wrote: [Image: c179bb9f8202088052bad9593a0a9797.jpg]


I saw this post by Chris Yates and I wanted to provide reasons why I don’t agree with his assessment.

He states “as the clues are solved” one will be able to figure out more focused geographical areas.

What I see Chris miss here is that the clues can’t be solved by just using the clues themselves. I take that from f’s response about one needs other ingredients to solve for the correct wwwh (paraphrased). As well as, the clues are consecutive and contiguous and f’s nope, nope reply.

Therefore, f could have simply designed some “backstory” in the poem. Maybe that’s why the first clue is in the second stanza.

i don't see you dis-agreeing with anything here except with something that i've never said

a claim you've essentially fabricated out of thin air

so it seems you're having a debate with yourself?

not sure who will come out on top here. you or you. could go either way really
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