Discussion in 'News' started by Derek, Apr 6, 2012.
It's in the original post.
Look at the very first post.
This might sound stupid - but WHY are you subtracting the first digits from the last? I'm sorry if that question is dumb, I hardly understand any of the stuff you are doing here right now
thats a interesting album name if living things is in fact the album name...
I can't believe out ALL the people doing this fucking puzzle that no one has solved it.
So, Chester looks like Iron Man. Iron Man will be in the Avengers which releases on 5.4. Soundtrack? LOL.
Not according to Amazon.
Because that got us somewhere when nothing else did.
That would be awesome if the solution to everything which we had to type in the terminal was "When puzzles leave us blind, snippets keep us kind"
I was thinking the same thing. Why subtraction?
because, to be honest, since the second set of numbers is 4 digits long, and you're subtracting it from a set that is 5 digits long, of course the resulting number is going to start with the same number as the 5 set. I'm worried people might be self-perpetuating a pattern that wasn't actually meant to be looked at.
But then again, the makers of the puzzles seem to think they're onto something, so maybe they're right to do it.
yea I was thinking about that too ^^
Oh herp derp haha thanks
The 200th page, dear lord...
living things would be the theme for the album if that's its album name, soooo, that's kind of weird, but im not complaining,
even if it was a track name it still makes me think what in the world would that song be about?
dammit i cant keep up lol i cant go to a different tab for 5 minutes and im already 4 pages behind lol
I feel dumb lol I can't make heads or tails of what you guys are doing here. So I'll just go back to quietly watching
were just all waiting for the end to come.
This is way to much trouble for ONE song title.
I don't think that living things is the new album name, and btw good job guys, you're awesome I just hope we're in the right track.
Separate names with a comma.