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Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG

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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 01:07:49


okay i got the second page or w/e... the popup means the boy will die alone, and i see the hidden numbers and whatnot, now I just dont know what the hell to click on

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 01:15:51


At 6/12/04 01:07 AM, SFLancer06 wrote: okay i got the second page or w/e... the popup means the boy will die alone, and i see the hidden numbers and whatnot, now I just dont know what the hell to click on

same here. And are any of the other things like the military code, numbers on the first page, or any thing else going to matter at al?


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 01:24:18


AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

SO VERY ANNOYING.

"You will wait here."

Okay, now what???

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 01:27:13


If anyone could look at my posts on page 3 again and see how to get the text out of the picture on the 2nd page of the site... If you could take the time to write down all the numbers from line 10 onwards, I could decode them and see what else is there. Also, if anyone has some good OCR software, that might help out too. I don't have any good OCR software on my computer.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 03:09:43


it seems every one gives up then(walks away with a quick glance over the shoulder)


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 04:31:54


At 6/9/04 09:01 AM, TeslaTrooper wrote: Does anyone else have a clue what those words mean? Once again they are:

Alexander cut me
An oracle predicted me
A future king tied me
Say my name to clear your path

I think a rope. Alexander the Great cut a rope. Kings tie ropes. And there may be said someting about a rope by the oracle.


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 04:55:58


At 6/11/04 11:45 PM, pieoncar wrote: Phizzle just talked to me on AIM, and he has found the next page! (He asked me to post it because he's banned currently.) The next page is http://www.thisisnotporn.com/see/IJsselmeer.htm ! Awesome job, Phizzle!

fuck i'm such an idiot. The Zuiderzee was sorta liek a sea in holland, then they build a dam and it became the IJsselmeer.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 05:20:48


A future lived in past tense is the new album of juno (/juno.htm won't work)

here is some info

Juno is a group from Seattle that features singer Arlie Carstens and three guitars. The singles Venus On Ninth (Subpop, 1997) and Magnified And Reduced By Inches (Jade Tree, 1997) introduced a creative disciple of Fugazi's post-hardcore, but the album This is the Way It Goes And Goes And Goes (Desoto, 1999) added a new dimension to their persona, by incorporating strong elements of post-rock and shoegazing. Even the hardcore songs (Rodeo Programmers, All Your Friends Are Comedians) are angular and open-ended, in the best Unwound tradition. The more ambitious Leave A Clean Camp And A Dead Fire and January Arms border on progressive-rock, and A Listening Ear and The Sea Looked Like Lead are hymns of spasmodic emotions trapped in trancey, lush guitar arrangements.
The sprawling A Future Lived in Past Tense (DeSoto, 2001) may have tried a little too hard, but the sound is still a unique blend of violence and meditation, of barbaric impulses and zen ecstasy. The keyboard-driven instrumental does not set the tone at all. And every single track that follows is as misleading as the ouverture. When You Are the Beautiful Conductor of This Orchestra and Covered with Hair erupt, the band is ready to deliver complex, mutant tunes like Help is On The Way and The Trail Of Your Blood In The Snow. And when these roll out, the album is already fallen into the swamp of the lenghty The French Letter and We Slept in Rented Rooms. And when these seem to undergo a nervous breakdown, the nine-minute spoken-word Things Gone and Things Still Here is about to set the music aside.
In a sense, the most representative title is Killing It in a Quiet Way.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 06:36:41


I am not sure what to do next >:-(

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 07:17:05


I think we have to enter a different user/pass on the other page but im still stuck...how did phizzle get to that third page anyhow?

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 07:18:47


how in the hell! I thought by the way you was giving clues and advice you knew what to do... o-well time to go to bed,Its seven in the morning now and I've been up all night


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 17:05:27


At 6/12/04 05:20 AM, -Akula- wrote: A future lived in past tense is the new album of juno (/juno.htm won't work)
here is some info

great work! now what? :)

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 18:07:22


At 6/12/04 04:31 AM, D34M0N wrote: I think a rope. Alexander the Great cut a rope. Kings tie ropes. And there may be said someting about a rope by the oracle.

Oooh, so very close. The answer is "Gordian Knot"

An Oracle predicted that the person who loosed the Gordian Knot (A legendary knot that could only be tied by the king, and was impossible to undo) would rule over all of asia. Alexander the Great rose to the challenge by cutting the knot in half with his sword.


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 18:13:11


At 6/12/04 07:17 AM, aSSbAG wrote: I think we have to enter a different user/pass on the other page but im still stuck...how did phizzle get to that third page anyhow?

There was a pop-up that said HELP ME IM DROWNING (or something) and you translate the thing it says A boy will die alone. (?) So, I found out that a boy drowned in a place in Holland called that.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 18:28:24


ok, from the first batch of numbers I got

hebban olla vogala nestas hagunnan

hinase hi(c) (e)nda thu

uu(at) unbida(n) (uu)e nu

I think I'm going to try to make a program to translate this stuff more easily.


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 21:05:40


Can anyone do the next bit???

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-12 21:31:38


This sooooo hard. This page alone has taken days to figure out


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 03:46:18


Dammit im getting nowhere...Anyone else like to help us out?

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 07:20:41


*bump*

Don't give up!

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 07:29:59


It would be nice to know how Phizzle got past the truck part.

However, I do think it has something to do with some sort of myth.

A pop-up that says something about drowning.
The boy will die alone.
Alt code that resembles ↨ an up arrow and down arrow.

Could this possibly deal with the transition between heaven and hell?

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 07:37:43


This site is fun.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 07:50:46


At 6/13/04 07:37 AM, SlicedOranges wrote: This site is fun.

I tried that before, I don't know how to really HACK.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 07:56:32


At 6/13/04 07:50 AM, -Akula- wrote: I tried that before, I don't know how to really HACK.

All you do is look at the source =P.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 07:59:34


At 6/13/04 07:56 AM, Crimson_Edge wrote: All you do is look at the source =P.

That doesn't work for the second level >:(


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 08:03:12


At 6/13/04 07:59 AM, Funky_Penguin wrote: That doesn't work for the second level >:(

The password is in the source.

I'm unsure of the user name as I spent about 45 mins looking for it.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 08:08:16


At 6/11/04 11:52 PM, pieoncar wrote: Phizzle also adds that there is this page, which is pretty similar: http://www.thisisnotporn.com/see/Ijsselmeer.htm ... but we don't have a clue what to do with those, and the source doesn't help out much... =/

Infact, I cannot get the source TO work.

The only thing that I see is "YOU WILL WAIT HERE". There is no "hidden" text. Also, the source refuses to show.

Double U Tee Ehf?

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 08:40:03


At 6/11/04 08:21 AM, pieoncar wrote: hebban olla vogala nestas hagunnan
hinase hi(c) (e)nda thu
uu(at) unbida(n) (uu)e nu

Here's what D43M0N had to say about this when I asked in the Dutch People's club:

I suddenly got an idea. That poem means something like: All birds made nests, and now you and me should make one.

But i'm not sure. But it means something in that direction.

Probably doesn't help anything, but it's more than what we had before at least.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 08:50:41


I see nothing in the source that would help anything. See if you can spot anything that is "odd".

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<html>
<head>
<title>Time Flows Backwards</title>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
</head>

<body>
<p>A FUTURE LIVED IN PAST TENSE</p>
<p>Wait here.</p>
</body>
</html>

Also, if anyone knows of any "Cross Refferencing" sites, it would be of great use.

I am thinking that Juno or the singer of Juno, Arlie Carstens, has a good deal to do with the new one as it has to deal with A Future Lived in Past Tense as Akula pointed out.

A future lived in past tense is the new album of juno (/juno.htm won't work)

here is some info

Juno is a group from Seattle that features singer Arlie Carstens and three guitars. The singles Venus On Ninth (Subpop, 1997) and Magnified And Reduced By Inches (Jade Tree, 1997) introduced a creative disciple of Fugazi's post-hardcore, but the album This is the Way It Goes And Goes And Goes (Desoto, 1999) added a new dimension to their persona, by incorporating strong elements of post-rock and shoegazing. Even the hardcore songs (Rodeo Programmers, All Your Friends Are Comedians) are angular and open-ended, in the best Unwound tradition. The more ambitious Leave A Clean Camp And A Dead Fire and January Arms border on progressive-rock, and A Listening Ear and The Sea Looked Like Lead are hymns of spasmodic emotions trapped in trancey, lush guitar arrangements.
The sprawling A Future Lived in Past Tense (DeSoto, 2001) may have tried a little too hard, but the sound is still a unique blend of violence and meditation, of barbaric impulses and zen ecstasy. The keyboard-driven instrumental does not set the tone at all. And every single track that follows is as misleading as the ouverture. When You Are the Beautiful Conductor of This Orchestra and Covered with Hair erupt, the band is ready to deliver complex, mutant tunes like Help is On The Way and The Trail Of Your Blood In The Snow. And when these roll out, the album is already fallen into the swamp of the lenghty The French Letter and We Slept in Rented Rooms. And when these seem to undergo a nervous breakdown, the nine-minute spoken-word Things Gone and Things Still Here is about to set the music aside.
In a sense, the most representative title is Killing It in a Quiet Way.

Does Juno have anything to do with Startrek (Time Flows Backwards)?

We need a Cross Refferencing site.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 08:53:00


At 6/13/04 08:50 AM, Crimson_Edge wrote: Does Juno have anything to do with Startrek (Time Flows Backwards)?

Google says the Enterprise's sister ship is named Juno.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 08:53:07


i dont even know how to get onto that page yet!


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