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    Default RED, WHITE, and BLUE -- STARS (Fandango -- a Foxy Patriot Game)

    Simply draw a single line from each open right eye to each open right eye, with a mechanical pen, no wider than 0.05 millimeters, and you will hit the hidden letters. Segragate them according to the Native American coloring wheel (the four types of blood brothers -- Red, White, Blue, and Star-Crossed) and you will have your new letter sets. White answers stay on their same page and mingle freely with all other colors to survive. Red, Blue, and Last Star, highest and last in a line, go deep, from page down to the next -- just like Whistle Pig until you hit a key typographical error or space in the TEXT. Don't worry, this is just off the turquise-cuff information, like finding the end of a train line in Forrest Fenn's "Thrill" of the "Chase" -- both geographical terms I will never see in person. (Sorry about the Yellowstone damage, but Nature will be appeased, one way or another -- even if it's curious to the bone and can't provide a decent explanation as to why people would fight over what they could have trail-tracked, sat-back, and asked for outright...

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    I assume you mean from one character's right eye (not on the right side of the page or from our perspection) to another character's right eye (and only when it is visible) and only taking painted border letters. I have not tried this yet, but such a fine pointed pen tip should not be necessary.

    Are you ignoring pages with only one character, such as Harley Quinn on page 30?

    If you are extrapolating from the painting to the TEXT, then I will not bother, as I do not want to break the spine of my book to flatten it, and I doubt the accuracy of printing and publishing to preserve any accurate alignments across page boundaries. For a double-page painting spread, such as pp34-35 from the rabbit to the squirrel, it might be possible to be less accurate when aiming for a large border letter.

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    Wait, what? What are you talking about?

    "Segragate (sic) them according to the Native American coloring wheel (the four types of blood brothers -- Red, White, Blue, and Star-Crossed)

    White answers stay on their same page and mingle freely with all other colors to survive.

    both geographical terms I will never see in person. (Sorry about the Yellowstone damage, but Nature will be appeased, one way or another -- even if it's curious to the bone and can't provide a decent explanation as to why people would fight over what they could have trail-tracked, sat-back, and asked for outright...

    Have you been drinking? No idea what you're talking about

    off the turquise-cuff . You mean off the cuff? Why turquise(sic)?

    My turquise color is the key. Take a turquise color in a trusted page. Stay on the turquise page, the page you're on, each page is a turn of the page, The next page is the TEXT. Take a line from that page to the color. That color is the solution.

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    what wheel are you talking about........
    only NATIVE AMERICAN WHEEL i can find
    NATIVE AMERICAN MEDICINE WHEEL
    NATIVE AMERICAN MEDICINE WHEEL: Comparison In Life - PowWows.com - Native American Pow Wows
    Sioux Indian Tribal Band Colors and Meanings | The Classroom | Synonym

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