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  • Can't sleep..

    If you are..
    Dancing in your Levis drunk..
    Then you're likely a future relative of mine.


    <3
    the
    forrest
    is
    A
    Fire...!
    Last edited by Castellaw1685; 07-30-2020, 01:33 AM.
    Miles up in the air he flew, He just murmured, Toodle-oo!

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    • Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

      You might be surprised at the spiciness that can sometimes be found inside a fly.

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      • Originally posted by Castellaw1685 View Post

        Thanks little angel frog!


        Been doing some light reading..
        https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/front...ry/thomas.html

        Peace &<3
        Very insightful. Thank you.

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        • Originally posted by HHHH View Post

          Very insightful. Thank you.
          No problem. So you see, you already have the answers. It's just a matter of getting to them.
          Miles up in the air he flew, He just murmured, Toodle-oo!

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          • when f said to 'carry' a 'sandwich' with you, i wander if he intended a clew by instructing us to 'haul' a 'mess' ...

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            #don'tMESSwithmypoem

            don't = contraction of ...
            do not
            dew knot = wet rope

            teachers with rope = tea-churs width rope

            tea(churs) = #noplaceSTEEP
            width = (running along the sides of_)
            rope = (wet rope)

            dew knot mess = wet rope mess (haul)...

            sounds naughty-call to myears

            * * * * many have speculated Fenn hid his treasure, or the key to finding it, in a piece of ART.

            considering the above with Teachers with Rope as a guidepost, maybe the FRAME we're searching for looks something like this ...


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            • Originally posted by Castellaw1685

              OMG this actually happened to me when I was four. We went into new construction for an apartment building and my friend fell through the floor. His dog jumped in after him. I was almost home when I heard him break out of a door crying. The thing is we weren''t supposed to be there so... I shook violently that night. I told my parents four years later.

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              • Fenn has said, in no uncertain terms, he is a master of psychology.
                So be certain, he is exploiting HOW YOU THINK.

                So in order to solve his riddle,
                you must think
                about how you think
                and then Imagine
                you are not you
                and from that view
                think about exploiting
                how you think
                that is, the you,
                which you,
                have stepped outside,
                via the wings of Imagination.

                and for those of you
                who think
                the Chase is over,
                what makes you think
                the man who speaks in riddles
                is suddenly giving up
                straight talk?

                "Canopy of Stars" ... my _____ing ____!!!

                (more like "Can-uh-duh!!)

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                • Maybe there is no 'X' in Fenn's poem,
                  cause it got gobbled up by ...
                  the X-Eater!!

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                  • Originally posted by Tyke (MySon) View Post
                    Maybe there is no 'X' in Fenn's poem,
                    cause it got gobbled up by ...
                    the X-Eater!!

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                    Thats puzzling

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                    • Originally posted by Space Hopper View Post

                      Thats puzzling
                      Down Right quizzical if you asked me ...

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                      • Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

                        You might be surprised at the spiciness that can sometimes be found inside a fly.
                        I think the quote I remember is "Even a fly has a spleen". This is meant to mean one can even make a fly mad. Since epinephrine is released when you fight, your spleen contracts pushing more blood in your circulation in preparation for battle. In old times this was understood but they didn't understand why the spleen contracts. Because it is a vascular organ, you can easily exsanguinate if your spleen is torn. This is why the Roman soldier pierced Christ's left side beneath his ribs to lacerate the spleen. I am not sure but I don't think insects have spleens, but I know they can get mad! Maybe I'll raise a squadron of trained killer flies. I wonder if hungry trout would like them?

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                        • Originally posted by Sherif Billy View Post

                          I think the quote I remember is "Even a fly has a spleen". This is meant to mean one can even make a fly mad. Since epinephrine is released when you fight, your spleen contracts pushing more blood in your circulation in preparation for battle. In old times this was understood but they didn't understand why the spleen contracts. Because it is a vascular organ, you can easily exsanguinate if your spleen is torn. This is why the Roman soldier pierced Christ's left side beneath his ribs to lacerate the spleen. I am not sure but I don't think insects have spleens, but I know they can get mad! Maybe I'll raise a squadron of trained killer flies. I wonder if hungry trout would like them?
                          Humorous.

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                          • Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

                            Reading the bible is like cramming for your finals. But a floating boat of some kind, I guess, can be better than no boat at all, if one is in "over their head".
                            I need to do better. I only read the Cliff notes..
                            1f

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                            • Originally posted by Sherif Billy View Post

                              I think the quote I remember is "Even a fly has a spleen". This is meant to mean one can even make a fly mad. Since epinephrine is released when you fight, your spleen contracts pushing more blood in your circulation in preparation for battle. In old times this was understood but they didn't understand why the spleen contracts. Because it is a vascular organ, you can easily exsanguinate if your spleen is torn. This is why the Roman soldier pierced Christ's left side beneath his ribs to lacerate the spleen. I am not sure but I don't think insects have spleens, but I know they can get mad! Maybe I'll raise a squadron of trained killer flies. I wonder if hungry trout would like them?
                              sounds like a most Dolorous Stroke.

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                              • Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post
                                I'm thinkin that a rear view is extremely important. Two omegas. Take a look in your mirror - what do you see? Now let's go back to the beginning....
                                A transformation

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