For those of you more interested in the 12 than in my monograph-in-progress:
It seems wise to wonder whether the state-highway-mile system applies any
longer. For the residents of Ternky Tower, it made sense, of course: a unified
system so that any one of them could locate the jewels. In other words, that
wasn't a case of accidental fingerprints; the residents left comprehensible
clues because the clues were intended to communicate. Now, though, it seems the
answers rest not in the building, but in the man. I don't believe Dodge intends
to help anyone. I don't believe he's playing the same game as the residents. I
believe he's a big jerk.
Also, I believe I can eat this entire
watermelon in one sitting.
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What has Dodge told us about Dodge? Let's list it all.
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