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  • Zapster
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    Originally posted by Rose Livingstone View Post
    You shut your mouth
    I think the 200’ guy was the ‘one F didn’t know knew him so well.’ I don’t think the 500’ people are Chase searchers.
    Sorry, Rose:

    People have been within 200 feet, and I know that because they send me emails and they tell me exactly where they are."

    "Some searchers have been within 200 feet."

    Searchers have come within about 200 feet. Some may have solved the first four clues, but I am not certain.”

    “I’m aware that people have been within 200 feet, but closer than that I don’t know.”

    “Some people have gotten within 200 feet. I know that because afterwards they told me where they were.”

    “I know that, uh, several people have been within 200 feet of the treasure, because they told me exactly where they were.”

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  • Rose Livingstone
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    Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post

    And WHY would you say that????
    Caught a glimpse of BBC today and turned volume up to see what was going on. Apparently, this guy is a tribal member in Alaska and found/ cut huge hemlock branches and then dropped them in the water on ropes at spawn time. They came out Caked in roe and super heavy. Who knew it was so easy to harvest?

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  • Rose Livingstone
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    Originally posted by antigroove View Post

    I'd like to know why he apparently refuses to give an update on how close anyone has been in the last few years.

    I wonder if it's because it would be more telling to the LS if they haven't broken the boundary than if they have.
    You shut your mouth

    I think the 200’ guy was the ‘one F didn’t know knew him so well.’ I don’t think the 500’ people are Chase searchers.

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  • wwwamericana
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    Originally posted by 1keyword View Post
    one and one makes two if you use protection, other wise it can add up to three..
    and if were talking frogs or fish(eggs)? the math gets weirder.
    And WHY would you say that????

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  • Castellaw1685
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    Originally posted by ChasingMyTail View Post
    Twelve, sure you can say there are seven within it, but what does that even matter, there must be another five in it to or it is not dozen in the first place. How many of the are brown?
    An egg is an egg until it is a chicken.. no matter the feathers.
    y'all have to it, I'll be be right over here ~
    https://youtu.be/HTTAPCUtbc8

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  • ChasingMyTail
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    Twelve, sure you can say there are seven within it, but what does that even matter, there must be another five in it to or it is not dozen in the first place. How many of the are brown?

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  • 1keyword
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    Originally posted by astree View Post

    now, how many years in a dozen millenia?
    one and one makes two if you use protection, other wise it can add up to three..
    and if were talking frogs or fish(eggs)? the math gets weirder.
    Last edited by 1keyword; 01-14-2020, 06:20 PM.

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  • Redneck Girl
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    Originally posted by ROLL TIDE

    "The treasure is hidden where a person would not normally go."
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmnFNmqLmzE
    @ 13:22

    In all probability, a searcher would be the only person to go there.
    Thanks RT but I'm not sure that that really answers my question. A person would not normally go where the treasure is hidden, but does that mean a person would not normally go within say 190 feet of where the treasure is hidden?

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  • Redneck Girl
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    Originally posted by ROLL TIDE
    I didn't watch all of the second video but the first one seems to confirm that as of May 2017 the closest "anyone" has been was 200 feet (maybe plus or minus a few feet). But this doesn't answer the question of whether by "anyone" he means any person or any searcher. I think it would be pretty telling if the treasure is in a location where not a single person would ever go within 200 feet.

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  • Redneck Girl
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    Originally posted by antigroove View Post

    I'd like to know why he apparently refuses to give an update on how close anyone has been in the last few years.

    I wonder if it's because it would be more telling to the LS if they haven't broken the boundary than if they have.
    Good point. I've wondered about that too.

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  • antigroove
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    Originally posted by Redneck Girl View Post
    Coinaster,
    I'm not Lurker Mike but I thought I'd reply to your post anyway.
    I also thought that within 200 ft could mean anything less than 200 until I found this quote on tarryscant.com:
    "I don't know that anyone has been closer than 200 feet and I don't think they have"
    It's from the On the Road with Charlie interview dated May 8, 2017.
    By "anyone" does he mean any person or does he mean any searcher? I'd like to hear what others think about this quote.
    I'd like to know why he apparently refuses to give an update on how close anyone has been in the last few years.

    I wonder if it's because it would be more telling to the LS if they haven't broken the boundary than if they have.

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  • Redneck Girl
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    Originally posted by Coinaster
    Lurker Mike,
    I'm glad you put this out there! Equally to task would be to question exactly how close were the 200 ft and 500 ft searchers..... All could have been 125 feet or something along those lines!!
    Coinaster,
    I'm not Lurker Mike but I thought I'd reply to your post anyway.
    I also thought that within 200 ft could mean anything less than 200 until I found this quote on tarryscant.com:
    "I don't know that anyone has been closer than 200 feet and I don't think they have"
    It's from the On the Road with Charlie interview dated May 8, 2017.
    By "anyone" does he mean any person or does he mean any searcher? I'd like to hear what others think about this quote.

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  • Walking Among Lions
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    One thing we learned from Forrest, nothing is what is seems and needs further clarification. Are you talking about a traditional dozen or a Baker's Dozen?

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  • Grizzbait
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    Great point Mike , it’s all in the wording and interpretation. For me, I am the 13th in the Bakers dozen.

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  • astree
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    Originally posted by LurkerMike View Post
    How Many Eggs are in a Dozen?

    Exactly 12.

    But there are also:

    11 eggs in every dozen
    10 eggs in every dozen
    9 eggs in every dozen
    8 eggs in every dozen
    7 eggs in every dozen
    6 eggs in every dozen
    5 eggs in every dozen
    4 eggs in every dozen
    3 eggs in every dozen
    2 eggs in every dozen
    1 egg in every dozen

    So how is it not true to say there are 9 eggs in a dozen eggs when a dozen eggs must include at least 9 eggs?

    Which egg are you?
    now, how many years in a dozen millenia?
    Last edited by astree; 01-14-2020, 07:10 AM.

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