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  • #31
    There were no rules to this game. There was no cost to play. No guarantees if you solved the poem the treasure was yours. Only one man's word that he hid a treasure. That's why all the lawsuits are frivolous. All expenses to search or if you came into harms way , were your own doings. Forrest always to people not to over exert themselves physically or financially. Never to take risks. And us left behind still mentally strained only have ourselves to blame. You could of quit the game anytime. Yet the complexity of the aggrevation of the unknown won't let you. Strong will can make one also blinded by the sunlight.
    As for the cheating. As Jesse TheBody Venture once said. " If you ain't cheat'n, you ain't trying"

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    • #32
      ”No guarantees if you solved the poem the treasure was yours” you sir/mayhem are absolutely correct, only a promise. But then the world is full of Indian givers

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      • #33
        With the master gone, we may never know the correct solution unless he left unmistakable evidence. So, yes, I’d take it if it were still there. Prolly long gone, though.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Yellerstain View Post
          With the master gone, we may never know the correct solution unless he left unmistakable evidence. So, yes, I’d take it if it were still there. Prolly long gone, though.
          Probably everyone is chasing a ghost and noone knows what it looks like

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