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    Has any part of TTOTC make you scratch your head? Cowlazars and I will be tackling TTOTC and looking at various parts of the book, aberrations, etc. If you would like to throw out something we should look at and throw out to the chat room, please feel free.
    “Positivity triumphs over negativity” - famous quote by the famous Cowlazars 2018

  • #2
    the Illustration on pg 99, the plane dropping the bombs..

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Rose Livingstone
      Not TTOTC, but I really wanted to see the ‘last feat’ of the wolverine after the camera adjustment and before the ball roll down the hill. Don’t know why the shortened video has been bugging me all day. Maybe I’m sensitive to ‘fake news’, or in this case, fake video synopsis.
      Please translate? Link?
      “Positivity triumphs over negativity” - famous quote by the famous Cowlazars 2018

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rose Livingstone

        Forrest gets Mail 23: https://dalneitzel.com/2019/07/24/forrest-gets-mail-23/

        In the linked article it states:
        ”When it reappears, the viewer sees only nose as the wolverine sniffs and plays with the camera. Then the fierce animal, memorialized in comics and folklore, adjusts the trail camera to capture his final act. It climbs back up the tree, spends a few more minutes eating, and then curls up in a ball and rolls down the snowy hill and out of the frame.”

        However- the video that synopsis refers to cuts out/ ends with the animal nudging (adjusting) the camera.
        U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
        Published on Mar 27, 2018

        Video 1 of 3:


        Video 2 of 3:


        Video 3 of 3 with the curling up in a ball and rolling away at the end:

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        • #5
          In my humble opinion, It takes coordinates to aid you in the correct direction. The poem words and book words are also data and once you have the Degrees, minutes & seconds pulled from the words that have an analogy to those three meanings, you then can proceed with confidence. The Up. down, high, low, steep, etc. are longitude, while the wide, near, far, etc. are latitude.
          Without those and word/letter count, we all just run-amok and enjoy our Rocky Mountains.
          "Rhythm means timing, rhythm means rhyme, the poems twenty four lines are all about tyme"
          --- OH!!

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          • #6
            Today, 03:34 AM
            Originally posted by Rose Livingstone View Post
            Forrest gets Mail 23: https://dalneitzel.com/2019/07/24/forrest-gets-mail-23/

            In the linked article it states:
            ”When it reappears, the viewer sees only nose as the wolverine sniffs and plays with the camera. Then the fierce animal, memorialized in comics and folklore, adjusts the trail camera to capture his final act. It climbs back up the tree, spends a few more minutes eating, and then curls up in a ball and rolls down the snowy hill and out of the frame.”

            However- the video that synopsis refers to cuts out/ ends with the animal nudging (adjusting) the camera.
            U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
            Published on Mar 27, 2018
            Figures..., a camera. Sounds like invasion of privacy of the poor wolverine in there. What happens though if there is a blackout? They won't be able to see in there then.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Rose Livingstone
              LurkerMike Thank you! Wonder why they split video up- maybe downtime of inactivity in between?
              Honey Wolverine don’t give a f***...
              Thank goodness the Honey Badger is not found in the Americas.

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              Which one would win if Honey Badger fought a Wolverine?

              Probably neither. They would either inflict mortal wounds on each other over the course of hours until they both died or would come to their senses realizing they are cousins and stop fighting to go their separate ways.

              The Wolverine is bigger and has a good deal more offensive capacity, one being known to have killed a polar bear by biting its throat and choking it to death. But the Honey Badger is better equipped defensively to survive fights with hyenas, dingos, and lions.

              https://slate.com/human-interest/201...wolverine.html





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              • #8
                Originally posted by mountain digger
                LM,
                When I see those maps, makes me wonder if the male Honey Badger or Wolverine have pinon nuts?
                Honey Badgers are known to attack the nuts of the animals they attack. So I imagine Honey Badgers might accumulate a collection of all sorts of different kinds of nuts.

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                • #9


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                  this is a wolverine ritecheer! I really love how you talk. He explored his special spot with a dead guy and it's on an island.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by LurkerMike View Post

                    Thank goodness the Honey Badger is not found in the Americas.

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                    Which one would win if Honey Badger fought a Wolverine?

                    Probably neither. They would either inflict mortal wounds on each other over the course of hours until they both died or would come to their senses realizing they are cousins and stop fighting to go their separate ways.

                    The Wolverine is bigger and has a good deal more offensive capacity, one being known to have killed a polar bear by biting its throat and choking it to death. But the Honey Badger is better equipped defensively to survive fights with hyenas, dingos, and lions.

                    https://slate.com/human-interest/201...wolverine.html




                    We have a family of four German Badgers on our property in the north of Berlin! They are looking cute and you might wanna cuddle them but they are mean! The sausage dog is a breed that was developed to hunt badgers in their sett. Since the German Badger is called Dachs, the original name for the dog was Dachshund, later Dackel, before you american meatlovers made him a sausage dog!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by LurkerMike View Post

                      Thank goodness the Honey Badger is not found in the Americas.

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                      But Wolverines are:
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                      Which one would win if Honey Badger fought a Wolverine?

                      Probably neither. They would either inflict mortal wounds on each other over the course of hours until they both died or would come to their senses realizing they are cousins and stop fighting to go their separate ways.

                      The Wolverine is bigger and has a good deal more offensive capacity, one being known to have killed a polar bear by biting its throat and choking it to death. But the Honey Badger is better equipped defensively to survive fights with hyenas, dingos, and lions.

                      https://slate.com/human-interest/201...wolverine.html




                      Reminds me of the hilarious honey badger don't give a s**t video: https://youtu.be/IRGYKs6akss

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