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  • On second thot -
    maybe not a comic look but....
    a cosmic look.
    Not so funny.

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    • Originally posted by JHSharp View Post
      https://youtu.be/0IagRZBvLtw

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        • To be like Fenn....to me is like Elisha becoming like Elijah.

          To have a double portion of his mind....now THAT is the treasure!

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          • Originally posted by Duster View Post
            To be like Fenn....to me is like Elisha becoming like Elijah.

            To have a double portion of his mind....now THAT is the treasure!
            Kinda like Navajo and Navaho....
            http://npshistory.com/nature_notes/meve/vol4-2h.htm

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            • A double portion is a double dip.
              I double dog dare you.....
              JUMP!

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              • Originally posted by Duster View Post
                To be like Fenn....to me is like Elisha becoming like Elijah.

                To have a double portion of his mind....now THAT is the treasure!
                He could theoretically be TWO panelists on the next show!

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                • Nobody says it better....
                  https://youtu.be/Pbn6a0AFfnM

                  'cept maybe....
                  https://youtu.be/SaV-6qerkqI

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                  • Jump?
                    I'm not trying to be funny or sound like I'm smarting off in any way. Just a question. Could I not just put in at the nearest NTFBTFTW?

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                    • Originally posted by Duster View Post
                      Jump?
                      I'm not trying to be funny or sound like I'm smarting off in any way. Just a question. Could I not just put in at the nearest NTFBTFTW?
                      Hey - if I can do it, you can too.
                      You know the saying - "what's good for the goose, is good for the gander."

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                      • Originally posted by ORION View Post

                        Yes, Gauss.

                        GAUSS.

                        G. AU. SS. Gee, Gold (AU) and SS (slippery silver or quicksilver; ie mercury, Hg) Au, atomic number 79 and Hg (ss), atomic number 80.


                        But, not just Gauss.

                        Consider Pascal. Blaise Pascal. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blaise_Pascal

                        Yes. Blaise Pascal: Pascal's Triangle, Projective Geometry, Probability and his other works and philosophies, about which a certain author wrote in the Introduction to Blaise Pascal's Pensees.

                        That author? T. S. Eliot.
                        “We shall not cease from exploration
                        And the end of all our exploring
                        Will be to arrive where we started
                        And know the place for the first time.
                        Through the unknown, remembered gate
                        When the last of earth left to discover
                        Is that which was the beginning;
                        At the source of the longest river
                        The voice of the hidden waterfall
                        And the children in the apple-tree
                        Not known, because not looked for
                        But heard, half-heard, in the stillness
                        Between two waves of the sea.”
                        ― T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets


                        "Never underestimate the power of a quarter."

                        https://englewoodreview.org/t-s-elio...scals-pensees/

                        Peace,

                        Orion, the Hunter


                        p.s. A special "Thank you", again, to wwwamericana, for the opportunity to reflect arbitrarily.



                        Thanks Orion...he kinda reminds me of the Deists. I am particularly fond of John Locke. Also thanks to Americana for arbitrarily let us ride on his train.

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                        • This is random but I watched the last few minutes of the Kpro interview where FF is interviewed, then closes with DP too. Fascinating themes, references, and sweater I never really noted before. Things are so intertwined around here! But with all the talk of the tenth clue and time. Is the last clue cerebral? Is it a “course” rather than a “path?” What do y’all think? Maybe like the Moria gate?

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                          • Originally posted by JHSharp View Post
                            This is random but I watched the last few minutes of the Kpro interview where FF is interviewed, then closes with DP too. Fascinating themes, references, and sweater I never really noted before. Things are so intertwined around here! But with all the talk of the tenth clue and time. Is the last clue cerebral? Is it a “course” rather than a “path?” What do y’all think? Maybe like the Moria gate?
                            I think I am pretty well-read but I never could complete the Tolkien stuff. My first real sci-fi novel was "Lord Foul's Bane" written by Stephen R. Donaldson another author living in NM. I will check this out.

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                            • JHSharp
                              Originally posted by JHSharp View Post
                              This is random but I watched the last few minutes of the Kpro interview where FF is interviewed, then closes with DP too. Fascinating themes, references, and sweater I never really noted before. Things are so intertwined around here! But with all the talk of the tenth clue and time. Is the last clue cerebral? Is it a “course” rather than a “path?” What do y’all think? Maybe like the Moria gate?
                              I take FF at his word - there isn't a 10th clue - if you count right

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                              • Originally posted by BestGA View Post
                                JHSharp

                                I take FF at his word - there isn't a 10th clue - if you count right
                                zero's mean nothing, so where does that get you?

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