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The Binocular Guy
04-18-2017, 09:05 PM,
#11
RE: The Binocular Guy
(04-18-2017, 05:35 PM)Mindy Wrote:
(04-18-2017, 04:30 PM)ROLL TIDE Wrote: "As the crowd moved to the next tee the binocular guy was noticeably teetering to the starboard side."

Binoculars give you tight focus.
Another way of saying the above would be . . .

As the search party moved to the next idea, the guy with tight focus was noticeably moving to the correct spot.

crowd = search party
tee = idea
teetering = moving
starboard = accurate, correct, right
side = spot, position, direction

So the binocular guy is gaining some kind of advantage by deception?

The binocular guy is not playing in the game, but standing thirty feet away, not even caring about how others play the game. He just wants to bet here cause it's cool or something, and sneak drinks when he thinks no ones looking.watching.

But F is watching, and when the guy blows his cover by hiccupping, F thinks it's unfortunate, because the guy had a real chance at staying undercover, but he blew it.

That's all I got on that so far...I'm too caught up in these places revealing themselves as I plod along my solve-thing.

f did not interpret the situation correctly, BG was hiding his focused observing with his drinking and at the most opportune time he hiccups.
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04-19-2017, 07:59 AM, (This post was last modified: 04-19-2017, 08:06 AM by Mindy.)
#12
The Binocular Guy
Duplicate words/ideas in this scrapbook:

Jerk/hiccup-- a hiccup is a myoclonic jerk that interestingly results from a 0.25 second closure of the vocal cords.

"Fan" comes from the word "fancy."

Tee/teeter

Putt/putter

One thing I found interesting that "putting" can mean a push with the head.

And an odd drinking practice in the Netherlands is called "the little head butt."

And the binoculars F drew are opera glasses. Google opera glasses.

And whatever is in the guys other hand is an M at 2:00. Maybe 1:00.

There's a W on the guys neck, too.


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04-19-2017, 08:50 AM,
#13
RE: The Binocular Guy
The BG is indeed very much playing in the game.
He is pretending to watch what the 'masters' are doing but, his focus is not on the shots they are attempting to make.
It wasn't the 'masters' who was within thirty feet, it was the BG. The masters are shown to be 'putting' along.
The BG's focus was elsewhere, not on the hole the 'masters' was concentrating on.
F sees the BG in the crowd and he also watches as the master misses the mark.
He somehow feels bad because all he can do is stand there and watch.
So, he moved to a different fairway.
He took to a different course.
He directed his focus on a different method, to watch a different player.

He then gives us a vignette instead of a scrapbook.
Is this the end of a chapter, or the beginning of another ?

F says BG's hiccup caused the missed shot.
The 'master' says it was two dogs.

There are two stories being told here, just like I mentioned a day or two ago.
There is a pearl hidden here, who else sees it ?
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04-19-2017, 09:25 AM,
#14
The Binocular Guy
(04-19-2017, 08:50 AM)ROLL TIDE Wrote: The BG is indeed very much playing in the game.
He is pretending to watch what the 'masters' are doing but, his focus is not on the shots they are attempting to make.
It wasn't the 'masters' who was within thirty feet, it was the BG. The masters are shown to be 'putting' along.
The BG's focus was elsewhere, not on the hole the 'masters' was concentrating on.
F sees the BG in the crowd and he also watches as the master misses the mark.
He somehow feels bad because all he can do is stand there and watch.
So, he moved to a different fairway.
He took to a different course.
He directed his focus on a different method, to watch a different player.

He then gives us a vignette instead of a scrapbook.
Is this the end of a chapter, or the beginning of another ?

F says BG's hiccup caused the missed shot.
The 'master' says it was two dogs.

There are two stories being told here, just like I mentioned a day or two ago.
There is a pearl hidden here, who else sees it ?


I can sorta see that. Not sure who's who, but we will see what happens. Smile


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04-19-2017, 10:53 AM,
#15
RE: The Binocular Guy
I just find it curious that f chose this moment in time to shift from daily SB's to a vignette.
A vignette is an illustration used on a title-page or the end or beginning of a chapter.
A vignette is also a delineation, which is a 'word-picture', a 'description in words'.
This vignette is of kachina dolls.

Kachina dolls were given as gifts at dance ceremonies.
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04-19-2017, 11:05 AM,
#16
The Binocular Guy
(04-19-2017, 10:53 AM)ROLL TIDE Wrote: I just find it curious that f chose this moment in time to shift from daily SB's to a vignette.
A vignette is an illustration used on a title-page or the end or beginning of a chapter.
A vignette is also a delineation, which is a 'word-picture', a 'description in words'.
This vignette is of kachina dolls.

Kachina dolls were given as gifts at dance ceremonies.


Vignettes are also known as "slices of life."

It is pretty interesting timing.


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04-19-2017, 11:27 AM,
#17
RE: The Binocular Guy
(04-19-2017, 07:59 AM)Mindy Wrote: Duplicate words/ideas in this scrapbook:

Jerk/hiccup-- a hiccup is a myoclonic jerk that interestingly results from a 0.25 second closure of the vocal cords.

"Fan" comes from the word "fancy."

Tee/teeter

Putt/putter

One thing I found interesting that "putting" can mean a push with the head.

And an odd drinking practice in the Netherlands is called "the little head butt."

And the binoculars F drew are opera glasses. Google opera glasses.

And whatever is in the guys other hand is an M at 2:00. Maybe 1:00.

There's a W on the guys neck, too.


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Mindy I think your a life saver!
Thank you
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04-19-2017, 11:27 AM, (This post was last modified: 04-19-2017, 11:32 AM by Mindy.)
#18
The Binocular Guy
(04-19-2017, 08:50 AM)ROLL TIDE Wrote: The BG is indeed very much playing in the game.
He is pretending to watch what the 'masters' are doing but, his focus is not on the shots they are attempting to make.
It wasn't the 'masters' who was within thirty feet, it was the BG. The masters are shown to be 'putting' along.
The BG's focus was elsewhere, not on the hole the 'masters' was concentrating on.
F sees the BG in the crowd and he also watches as the master misses the mark.
He somehow feels bad because all he can do is stand there and watch.
So, he moved to a different fairway.
He took to a different course.
He directed his focus on a different method, to watch a different player.

He then gives us a vignette instead of a scrapbook.
Is this the end of a chapter, or the beginning of another ?

F says BG's hiccup caused the missed shot.
The 'master' says it was two dogs.

There are two stories being told here, just like I mentioned a day or two ago.
There is a pearl hidden here, who else sees it ?


It's interesting the way you see it. It does make sense, mostly.

But the two dogs caused the "master" to bogey the 11th hole, not the 10th?


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(04-19-2017, 11:27 AM)illinoisghost Wrote:
(04-19-2017, 07:59 AM)Mindy Wrote: Duplicate words/ideas in this scrapbook:

Jerk/hiccup-- a hiccup is a myoclonic jerk that interestingly results from a 0.25 second closure of the vocal cords.

"Fan" comes from the word "fancy."

Tee/teeter

Putt/putter

One thing I found interesting that "putting" can mean a push with the head.

And an odd drinking practice in the Netherlands is called "the little head butt."

And the binoculars F drew are opera glasses. Google opera glasses.

And whatever is in the guys other hand is an M at 2:00. Maybe 1:00.

There's a W on the guys neck, too.


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Mindy I think your a life saver!
Thank you


Tell me how. Lol. PM me. I have more info you might be able to use. Smile


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04-19-2017, 11:34 AM,
#19
RE: The Binocular Guy
Wow, might be time for the fat lady to sing...
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04-19-2017, 11:41 AM,
#20
RE: The Binocular Guy
Someone was close. They hiccuped, and went 30 feet starboard. Binoculars focus on the eyebrow region. Watching the game or more into the rye? Went out to the marvel gaze instead of out to the blaze. Not too bold. Tired tracks threw them off.
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