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    Do you consider a footprint an object?
    Edit: How about a trail?
    Last edited by Anon Anon; 03-13-2019, 03:46 PM.

  • #2
    No;
    in the same way I don't consider a hole an object.
    Last edited by FennMaster; 03-13-2019, 03:47 PM.

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    • #3
      Yeah, I object.

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      • #4
        Nope.
        Happiness is the best revenge.......... yes, I am talking to you.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Anon Anon View Post
          Do you consider a footprint an object?
          Edit: How about a trail?
          Both are objects

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          • #6
            Well, they would not qualify as structures in my book anyway.

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            • #7
              As far as the blaze goes, if you theorize a blaze, and if you apply "in a word, yes" to your theorized object, if it doesn't become cleverly clear why that phrase was used, your theorized object is probably wrong.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Must Listengood View Post
                As far as the blaze goes, if you theorize a blaze, and if you apply "in a word, yes" to your theorized object, if it doesn't become cleverly clear why that phrase was used, your theorized object is probably wrong.
                "Is the Blaze one single object?" In a word - Yes "

                The way I understood FF's answer:
                "The Statue of Liberty is a single object?" In a word - yes "... but it is composed of many other objects that form it (my words).

                FF's answer leads me to believe that "the blaze" is not something simple, small or symbolic.

                My "blaze" is very large, complex and admirable for its tempting nature and robustness, despite its age. And it will certainly be there a thousand years from now.

                And being below HoB, you'll be admiring this "blaze".

                TTOTC has a photo that represents metaphorically the "blaze".

                Of course all this is just my thoughts.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Maus View Post

                  Both are objects
                  I object to this; stop objectifying someone's trail.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by M.c.B. View Post

                    "Is the Blaze one single object?" In a word - Yes "

                    The way I understood FF's answer:
                    "The Statue of Liberty is a single object?" In a word - yes "... but it is composed of many other objects that form it (my words).

                    FF's answer leads me to believe that "the blaze" is not something simple, small or symbolic.

                    My "blaze" is very large, complex and admirable for its tempting nature and robustness, despite its age. And it will certainly be there a thousand years from now.

                    And being below HoB, you'll be admiring this "blaze".

                    TTOTC has a photo that represents metaphorically the "blaze".

                    Of course all this is just my thoughts.
                    "Spoken" like a true treasure hunt creator. Vague, subjective, etc. -- just like my comment(s). The blaze is quite large to an ant. I respect y'all (does that surprise y'all?).

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