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  • Originally posted by RahRah View Post

    The chase is all about poetic justice - why? Poetic justice provides contentment and resolution.
    Your best revenge is me wearing the bracelet.

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    • Originally posted by ROLL TIDE View Post

      Your best revenge is me wearing the bracelet.
      And showing up at the auction

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      • Originally posted by RahRah View Post
        Canasta
        Basket
        Variant of rummy
        2-4 players
        2 decks of cards
        4 jokers
        Meld cards
        Clean melds have no wilds or jokers
        Dirty melds have one or more wild or joker cards
        Rounds of play until score to win is reached
        Progressive open score requirement
        Player/team scoring 5000+ first wins
        So the player/team who scored about 5838, while all the others scored only about 37 (the elevation of the Pentagon building), would win, I suppose.

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        • Originally posted by Imeverybodynow View Post

          Super important and I’ve yet to see anyone have the right answer to it!
          Only a few are in tight focus with a key word. The discovery of this key word, opens the map and verifies WWWH. He verifies everything, in some way. (hence the individual walking to the chest with confidence)

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          • Or maybe it's time to bend a little...
            and kiss my butt goodnight.
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            E<

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            • Originally posted by Zapster View Post
              Semantic question: if there is only one possible interpretation of "take it in the canyon down" when you are at WWWH, would you consider "canyon down" a clue or not? On the one hand, Forrest would have to instruct you which way to go once you're standing at the starting point, but if there is only one canyon and only one direction to go, then the second clue is trivial once you've solved the first. Still, if a clue gets you closer to the chest, then by that definition even a trivial clue still counts as a clue.

              I bring this up because many searchers think home of Brown is the second clue, while I consider it the fourth.
              Bang-on!

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              • I'd imagine if there's an angry gator in the way...
                You could just move 'em~
                https://wtkr.com/2019/09/04/someone-...ounds-in-ohio/
                E<

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                • Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

                  How many clues do you think you have correctly solved? If your WWWH doesn't have a "canyon" nearby, you may have the wrong "WWWH" in mind. I don't mind giving advice regarding how to solve the poem, but am reluctant to give too much specific info about my specific solve, as long as there's a search trip in my future. Good luck.
                  How many do you think you have correctly solved? If your wwwh isn't in a canyon, you may have the wrong wwwh in mind. You might say, how would I take it in the canyon down then? And I might say, I know crazy right!
                  Last edited by Mr hand; 09-06-2019, 07:48 PM.

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                  • Originally posted by Rorschach.Tested View Post

                    Only a few are in tight focus with a key word. The discovery of this key word, opens the map and verifies WWWH. He verifies everything, in some way. (hence the individual walking to the chest with confidence)
                    Ahhh the super Sabre? Not what I was thinking of , but alright.

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                    • Originally posted by Rorschach.Tested View Post

                      Only a few are in tight focus with a key word. The discovery of this key word, opens the map and verifies WWWH. He verifies everything, in some way. (hence the individual walking to the chest with confidence)
                      tight focus - home. as in home in.
                      The man said it himself...
                      'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                      19.25 on
                      https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                      'So hear me all and listen good' *panic*

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                      • Originally posted by IllinoisGhost View Post

                        Have you ever wondered why Forrest keeps specifying in the poem, when he mentions clues. Where else could the clues be?
                        In the book. Clues in the poem, hints in the book.

                        In the moby dickens video, ff goes on about his memoirs and family and then goes on about the treasure hunt and then declares how he got to thinking how he could bring it all together.
                        If the books is for hints, that means the answer is in the poem, and if all you have is the poem, means there is some super wordsmithery going on.
                        Which i think is the way to solve it.

                        All the literal searching for a place called Brown or a canyon going down, but since when has poetry been literal?
                        The man said it himself...
                        'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                        19.25 on
                        https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                        'So hear me all and listen good' *panic*

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                        • Originally posted by BiggishShoes View Post

                          tight focus - home. as in home in.
                          home in = zero in on
                          maybe?

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                          • Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post

                            home in = zero in on
                            maybe?
                            That kind of thing.
                            You might even say, if the Home of Brown is the moon (long story), then the bird on the moon in the book picture would be a 'homing pigeon'
                            The man said it himself...
                            'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                            19.25 on
                            https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                            'So hear me all and listen good' *panic*

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