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    I was doing some anagramming and had an idea. I wonder if some letters can represent other sounds. Such as "j". An english j sounds like "just" or "jacob". In Mexico it sounds like "hello". An english "z" sounds, most of the time, like "zoo". In other countries, such as France, it sounds like "Jacque". What I'm trying to get at is that I had an idea that a token may be found in southern Illinois. Specifically Jackson County, Illinois. Zac lost a tan sock, so I was anagramming things from page 40. To make this long story short - Jackson County = zacstan co.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lecia1212
    What I'm trying to get at is that I had an idea that a token may be found in southern Illinois. Specifically Jackson County, Illinois. Zac lost a tan sock, so I was anagramming things from page 40. To make this long story short - Jackson County = zacstan co.
    Am I off my rocker?
    I don't think you're off your rocker. This is exactly the type of word working and word playing I've been doing. Not that I have token in hand or anything. But I think, at least for me, they've been helpful. I think though, that there are quite a few Jackson Counties, no? If so, I would play around some more with that page and the next and see if anything else pops up that might narrow it down some more.

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