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1996-05-28 00:00:00 - Anagrams - (doug@geom.umn.edu)


I hope that I'm not repeating other peoples' Thomas Veil Homes vital To live sham Him to slave Almost hive Oh! Is lame TV Lawrence Hertzog Let Zero crew hang Graze newer cloth Hidden Agenda Hanged an' died Bruce Greenwood Encore! Bow urged!

1996-05-30 00:00:00 - Re: Anagrams - (vic33@usa.pipeline.com)


On May 28, 1996 21:37:03 in article <Anagrams>, 'doug@geom.umn.edu (Doug)' wrote: >I hope that I'm not repeating other peoples' > >Hidden Agenda > >Hanged an' died > >------>>> although I usually disagree with Puddin Tame's opinions, he's come up with the best anagram so far: marathon = tom ran h.a. (tom ran hidden agenda) I think Larry H. made up this one himself. It's just too fitting! Vic33@usa.pipeline.com http://pwp.usa.pipeline.com/~vic33/ **** FIGHT CENSORSHIP ON THE INTERNET**** Unsolicited commercial e-mail is subject to a $50 fee. Sending me such mail indicates your acceptance of these terms.

1996-06-04 00:00:00 - Re: Anagrams - (htec@msen.com)


In article <4oj47p$hp5@news2.h1.usa.pipeline.com>, vic33@usa.pipeline.com(Vic) wrote: > marathon = tom ran h.a. (tom ran hidden agenda) > I think Larry H. made up this one himself. It's just too fitting! > I like a conspiracy as much as the next guy, but I think this is going a bit over board. Next thing you know, we'll be making anagrams out of everything (i.e. Tom = The Other Man). I'm not a "just the facts" kind of viewer but I'm also not addicted to clues either. SteveK

1996-06-05 00:00:00 - Re: Anagrams - (vic33@usa.pipeline.com)


On Jun 04, 1996 09:56:08 in article <Re: Anagrams>, 'htec@msen.com (SteveK)' wrote: >> marathon = tom ran h.a. (tom ran hidden agenda) >> I think Larry H. made up this one himself. It's just too fitting! >I like a conspiracy as much as the next guy, but I think this is going a bit over board. Next thing you know, we'll be making anagrams out of everything (i.e. Tom = The Other Man) <snip> --- first, PuddinTame came up with that anagram. The way you reposted it made it look like I was the original poster. (Don't want anyone thinking I stole their ideas!) second, this is the only anagram I've felt worthy of mentioning. People have already posted all kinds of weird anagrams about everything. This is the only one that I think was purposefully created by the writers, etc. of the show. Vic33@usa.pipeline.com http://pwp.usa.pipeline.com/~vic33/ Contact me if you'd like a pay phone for your Portland area business. There is NO CHARGE. :-) I have so much RAM, I don't NEED a hard drive. (-:

1996-06-19 00:00:00 - Re: Anagrams - (adamsan@bu.edu)


SteveK (htec@msen.com) wrote: : In article <4oj47p$hp5@news2.h1.usa.pipeline.com>, : vic33@usa.pipeline.com(Vic) wrote: : > marathon = tom ran h.a. (tom ran hidden agenda) : > I think Larry H. made up this one himself. It's just too fitting! : > : I like a conspiracy as much as the next guy, but I think this is going a : bit over board. Next thing you know, we'll be making anagrams out of : everything (i.e. Tom = The Other Man). I'm not a "just the facts" kind of : viewer but I'm also not addicted to clues either. But considering that after A Rough Wimper of Insanity, this newsgroup (I'm guessing is the source of the anagrams in the FAQ, as that was before my time) explored some of the possible anagrams in this show, and since Larry was probably well aware of our "love" for them (if not as a clue, as something to play around with, they can be fun) it's not terribly unlikely. What it means is what you make of it, or throw away, like anything else. And just why is Gemini's password also, "Marathon"? If Marathon was the name of the FBI operation to investigate and shut down the organization's experimantations with mind control, wouldn't Gemini using that suggest that he was the head of this operation? Yet it would be a pritty stupid code to use... Interesting and his dog Spot, wondering what to do with it all.