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  • It's all about "perspective"...

    ...ones "point of view"!

    In my "opinion".

    Lets leave there...(smiles)...

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    VFR

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Space Hopper View Post
      ...ones "point of view"!

      In my "opinion".

      Lets leave there...(smiles)...
      I may be wrong, but I'm hoping you left an "OH!" out of that perspective. Of course, the panorama is good too.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Space Hopper View Post
        ...ones "point of view"!

        In my "opinion".

        Lets leave there...(smiles)...
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        EYE swear this has to be Fenns “point of view”

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        • #5
          Originally posted by RFISH View Post
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          EYE swear this has to be Fenns “point of view”
          RFISH Does this remind you of anything on that map?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by RFISH View Post
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            EYE swear this has to be Fenns “point of view”
            ikr its almost as if hes screaming your search trip starts in sf

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            • #7
              Originally posted by starwheel View Post
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              RFISH Does this remind you of anything on that map?
              ….^…
              Yes. It reminds me that I am too dumb to figure out how you all get your replies to start with
              that little icon and address

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              • #8
                Originally posted by RFISH View Post

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                RFISH It is ISAAC NEWTON's Prism drawn on the Zodiac depicting the element 'EARTH' the spot would effectively be the centre of the Zodiac. You can write the word TREASURES around it exactly starting at left hand corner around the signs. The three points have T S S by them which add up to 58 the age at which Forrest contracted cancer. Relevant? I don't know.
                EartH begins and ends with EH 'Everard Hinrichs' initials, leaving ART in the middle. Forrest sold Eric Sloanes art.
                Last edited by starwheel; 01-24-2023, 08:45 AM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by starwheel View Post

                  RFISH It is ISAAC NEWTON's Prism drawn on the Zodiac depicting the element 'EARTH' the spot would effectively be the centre of the Zodiac. You can write the word TREASURES around it exactly starting at left hand corner around the signs. The three points have T S S by them which add up to 58 the age at which Forrest contracted cancer. Relevant? I don't know.
                  EartH begins and ends with EH 'Everard Hinrichs' initials, leaving ART in the middle. Forrest sold Eric Sloanes art.
                  Over the years, the Salmon of Knowledge has seen many solves drift by, like bugs in the riffles ,some real, some not so real.
                  Some are so complex and beautiful, you just have to take a bite:
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                  and end up eating feathers.

                  Others are so ugly you want to just swim away :
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                  But once and awhile, the simple ones get the big-r-fish :
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                  Two ends the same and shiny in the middle, like a rainbow.
                  Reminds me of a poem. One of my favorites by Ogden Nash.

                  ”The song of canaries
                  Never varies
                  And when they’re moulting
                  They’re pretty revolting”

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                  • #10
                    One thing that bugs me concerning Jack is he had no idea what the two Omegas were about and admitted it.
                    Then we hear that Forrest gave him a copy of 'Seventeen Dollars a Square Inch' which is the book that Forrest first used them in. We know it was about Eric Sloane and in that book are photos of Eric's large mural which is entitiled 'Earth Flight Environment' his 'big picture' containing an incomplete Rainbow. Why did Forrest choose that book to give him unless it had some connection to the puzzle?
                    You can clearly see Hinrichs laid out in the 4th line of Stanza 1 "​​​​​​And HINt of RICHeS new and old"
                    Last edited by starwheel; 01-24-2023, 11:39 AM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Space Hopper View Post
                      ...ones "point of view"!

                      In my "opinion".

                      Lets leave there...(smiles)...
                      Hey Hopper,
                      Yeah, I hear you...... But, what if you have one pinyon in one hand, and two pinyon in the other hand? What do you get then? Cheers

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                      • #12
                        Maybe that's what f meant, find the doctor, find the chest - find the shrink, find the chest. A "puddled" ant and all that ocean stuff.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Mr Eyes View Post
                          Maybe that's what f meant, find the doctor, find the chest - find the shrink, find the chest. A "puddled" ant and all that ocean stuff.
                          What would be an ant's perspective of heavy loads and water high?
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post

                            What would be an ant's perspective of heavy loads and water high?
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                            Teardrop?

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