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  • 5-leaf Blaze
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    I think he told someone at MW "get back in the box."

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  • Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbaDt75y3Ac

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  • Old Pilot
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    Originally posted by 5-leaf Blaze View Post

    I can keep my junk where...
    A junk is a boat. Most little men in junks aren't red.

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  • 5-leaf Blaze
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    Semi-cyberanetic alien-monkey hybrid action. Adapt, walk, ride! Hey, it got us through jungles, ice ages..

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  • 1Trailblazer2019
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    Fenn is correct about the adjustment, some just got it wired. They made the connection!!! They used wire nuts.
    From negative to positive to a solid grounding.

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  • 5-leaf Blaze
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    Originally posted by BiggishShoes

    Secret - (archaic) The genital organs.

    now wouldn't that be a shock!
    I can keep my junk where...

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  • Rose Livingstone
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    Originally posted by OH!!
    Picture yourself inside the box. What do you see? I would see vertical lines and lines that cross at my feet.
    The shading of this photo makes it look like the top of a pyramid, but maybe I’m missing the point.

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  • wwwamericana
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    Originally posted by 5-leaf Blaze View Post
    I saw somewhere recently that someone (this summer or fall) made an updated list.
    Oh please share the link......

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  • Boxhound
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    Klaatu barada nikto​​​​​​ Things that make you scratch your head! LC https://youtu.be/_dPlkFPowCc

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  • Mr hand
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    Originally posted by 5-leaf Blaze View Post
    In my opinion. Maybe it is only in my imagination.
    I haven't found that one useful yet unfortunately. Start at the beginning is my personal favorite.

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  • Mr hand
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    Originally posted by Zapster View Post

    Yellowstone's Icebox Canyon is a popular simultaneous WWWH and canyon down -- I certainly considered it in the first 6 months of the Chase. Unfortunately, the clues do not match beyond these two clues. Worse, the Little Girl in India does not have "Icebox Canyon" on her map of the U.S. Rocky Mountains, so she could not solve the first two clues with just the poem and that map.
    I thought indy couldn't get closer than the first 2 clues? Not solve them. Gigantuan difference.

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  • Lead Cat
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    Originally posted by Zapster View Post
    1keyword: well, not according to how Jenny worded the question. The poem and the map she named in her query were "all" that little Indy was afforded.
    Little indy may be one of the most difficult pieces of the puzzle. Besides the poem and the map, did she have internet access? Zap's response seems to imply that she did not. We do know that she was able to figure out WWWH.
    Every time I think about this my head starts to hurt. I'd like to think I'm the lead cat, but some days I just feel like I'm the lead dumbass.

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  • 5-leaf Blaze
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    I saw somewhere recently that someone (this summer or fall) made an updated list.

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  • wwwamericana
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    Can any of y'all give a list of the "for sure" items that are included in the chest? I know he put in and took out several times.
    Would like to compile an accurate list. Or least as accurate as we can come up with.
    Post here so all can see.

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  • 5-leaf Blaze
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    I think that Forrest is more likely to have great hint insertions to his typed answers and scrapbooks than he is to have a Freudian slip in conversations..

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