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The Binocular Guy
04-20-2017, 03:25 PM,
#61
RE: The Binocular Guy
(04-20-2017, 01:06 PM)Mindy Wrote:
(04-20-2017, 12:20 PM)ROLL TIDE Wrote:
(04-20-2017, 12:07 PM)trigace Wrote: The Binocular Guy and everything else in The Unfortunate Hiccup Scrapbook are representations of images in the final search area. There's an image of a magnifying glass (binoculars) up against and part of a flask image. At the center of the mag. glass are some guy wires that support a structure that is part of the drinking guy. The upper part of the natty (there are many nats in the area) drinker is at a location that is slightly less than 30 degrees (not feet) from the golfer on the 10th green. The swig from the bottle was subterfuge because the "libation" was sucked up from an underwater source. Next to the upper part of the drinker is a cup up high (a hiccup). The putt deviated from the anticipated line from the golfer to an image of a "hole," by the influence of another line from both the drinker and Forrest.

The crowd image is shown at the next tee (there's an image of a golf tee on it's side with several circles next to it). The drunk was teetering to the starboard side. I won't say what this is represented by but think tee-to-ring and "star board" side. It does not mean to the right side, as on a ship. The drawing showing the bubbles above his head are people near him on the "board" but also represents him being drunk.

There's more important information in this SB but I won't divulge it now.

Forrest has been giving so many confirmation hints lately it's hard to keep up. The end is definitely drawing near.

Some of that, I teetotally (pun intended) agree with.

And indeed, there is very definitely at least TWO major confirmations in this SB.

Now, other than 'time-signal' can anyone else see how this SB directly relates to SB 172 ? It's very subtle but, it's there.


I see that he is leading the reader through every word in the poem. And using unique ways to do so. Dendochronology Lab at U of Arizona? Lol. See it?

And of course the bell clapper and other things.


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The Dendrochronology reference is a BIG hint. The bell with it's clapper as shown in SB 172 is represented by a similar image on GE and it is adjacent to part of a cut wooden post image.

There are many Fenn hints to time that can be seen on GE images in this search area.
(Do I really have to say IMO all the time?)
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04-20-2017, 11:20 PM,
#62
RE: The Binocular Guy
So, the race is on eh ?

Hopefully, one of you is DRIVING a Volkswagen GOLF MK2 ?
Very popular little competition car.

I think I'll just sit back and tip the flask while shooting some craps. Got the stickman taking my bet and lookin' to come away triple with boxcars a little past midnight.
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04-21-2017, 07:03 AM,
#63
RE: The Binocular Guy
(04-20-2017, 11:20 PM)ROLL TIDE Wrote: So, the race is on eh ?

Hopefully, one of you is DRIVING a Volkswagen GOLF MK2 ?
Very popular little competition car.

I think I'll just sit back and tip the flask while shooting some craps. Got the stickman taking my bet and lookin' to come away triple with boxcars a little past midnight.

Those guys like to short stick the ladies for a better view.
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04-21-2017, 08:33 AM,
#64
RE: The Binocular Guy
(04-21-2017, 07:03 AM)boomergirl Wrote:
(04-20-2017, 11:20 PM)ROLL TIDE Wrote: So, the race is on eh ?

Hopefully, one of you is DRIVING a Volkswagen GOLF MK2 ?
Very popular little competition car.

I think I'll just sit back and tip the flask while shooting some craps. Got the stickman taking my bet and lookin' to come away triple with boxcars a little past midnight.

Those guys like to short stick the ladies for a better view.

Ha ! I know that's right ! That's why I always stand beside the stickman !
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04-21-2017, 11:16 AM,
#65
RE: The Binocular Guy
(04-21-2017, 07:03 AM)boomergirl Wrote: Those guys like to short stick the ladies for a better view.

Marvel gaze?
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04-21-2017, 11:43 AM,
#66
RE: The Binocular Guy
(04-21-2017, 11:16 AM)Beavertooth Wrote:
(04-21-2017, 07:03 AM)boomergirl Wrote: Those guys like to short stick the ladies for a better view.

Marvel gaze?

Yes ! I like it . . . take the chest !
Now we're getting somewhere !
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04-21-2017, 02:00 PM,
#67
RE: The Binocular Guy
So, Sam missed the putt because the BG hiccupped. The shot was missed because of a fluke.
For some odd reason, Forrest uses 'starboard', describing events at a golf tournament.
Now, I'm not going to list a bunch of synonyms and that will most likely please some of you. Anyone interested can search them if they care to.

A fluke is part of a ship's anchor so, it works with starboard.
Anchor is another way of saying 'put-in'.

So what ?

Okay, go to Recycling Mistake over at hoD. Now, how does an artillery shell connect to the story about golf ? More precisely, how does a 'blank cartridge' connect ?

I was puzzled why f saw the need to show us the head of the cartridge. But then, I spotted it.
Rotate the image 90° counterclockwise. You might have to blow it up some. Do you see it ? After rotation, you will see it just to the left of the RV.

Did anyone bother to read up on iconicity and the other stuff I listed above ?
If so, any thoughts ?
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04-21-2017, 02:41 PM,
#68
RE: The Binocular Guy
(04-21-2017, 02:00 PM)ROLL TIDE Wrote: So, Sam missed the putt because the BG hiccupped. The shot was missed because of a fluke.
For some odd reason, Forrest uses 'starboard', describing events at a golf tournament.
Now, I'm not going to list a bunch of synonyms and that will most likely please some of you. Anyone interested can search them if they care to.

A fluke is part of a ship's anchor so, it works with starboard.
Anchor is another way of saying 'put-in'.

So what ?

Okay, go to Recycling Mistake over at hoD. Now, how does an artillery shell connect to the story about golf ? More precisely, how does a 'blank cartridge' connect ?

I was puzzled why f saw the need to show us the head of the cartridge. But then, I spotted it.
Rotate the image 90° counterclockwise. You might have to blow it up some. Do you see it ? After rotation, you will see it just to the left of the RV.

Did anyone bother to read up on iconicity and the other stuff I listed above ?
If so, any thoughts ?

Yep. The little 'anchor' symbol.
Cursory Google search suggests the shell is of Naval design (thus, the anchor)?
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04-21-2017, 04:00 PM,
#69
RE: The Binocular Guy
Yep, the little anchor stamped into the head.
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04-21-2017, 07:18 PM,
#70
RE: The Binocular Guy
Okay, so I'm tired of keeping hand-written notes because that's a lot of writing plus my organization sucks. So I'm just going to keep all of my insanity in one spot, right here.

Mind faucet.
faucet = bang, bar, and stroke.
I shouldn't need to tell anyone where the recent bang and stroke can be found.
I will get to the bar.

Yea, I may be crazy but, none of the sane people have found it either, so don't knock crazy.

Handbook of Artillery Mate'riel by Frederick Cyril Morgan.
Gotta love his initials.

Scroll all the way to the top and check out those derricks.
faucet = derrick
derrick = bell tower (where did we see one of those recently?)

Chapter II deals with the Mark II gun. A little research shows this to be the MK2, also known as a Vickers 'pom-pom'.
'Manufacture of the B Tube' will explain the faucet connection.

Forrest is telling a story, you just have to be interested enough and willing to put the effort in to follow it.

In todays Featured Question, he says "Several times I've reread the last part . . ."
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that he's talking about reading the end of the Chase.

"...and pretended I was talking it to my parents..."

I laughed when I read that .

I've actually already offered information in this thread that will explain that from the way I see it.
And if you can get a handle on that, you might read the book in a different way.
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