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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 3:57 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

                                                   
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I  didn't  touch  any  balls  in  that  military  hotel.  Chuckle  
 
 Best  let  the  enemies  deal  with  raggi  balls  aftermath.                

 No  messy  aftermaths,  Madan  Chuckle   And  they  are  healthy  too.  But  yes,  we  have  to  break  them  into  small  pieces  and  swallow  them  which  is  difficult  since  we  are  used  to  chewing  our  food.
 
 
                                                 
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 I  have  just  received  a  paper  from  the  Interpol.  They  do  not  know  if  it  is  genuine  or  written  in  some  malarial  delirium.  If  the  paper  is  true  it  will  upturn  all  of  Ichthyology  and  make  all  the  earlier  works  of  scientists  redundant!
 
 Furthermore  the  loach  poacher  has  referred  to  one  of  this  old  biotopists  reply  to  him,  on  facebook  about  catching  fishes  before  the  Loach  poacher  was  born.  
                 

 
 
 AMEN!   Halo  
 
 What  took  you  so  long  to  find  this  out?  I  knew  I  knew....   Crying or Very sad
                 

 For  the  latter,  I  was  waiting  for  an  opportunity  to  bring  it  in  front  of  you  people  Chuckle  
 
 For  the  former,  I  read  the  Interpol  paper  yesterday.  Immediately  my  left  arm  went  numb,  I  started  frothing  at  the  mouth  and  had  to  grab  hold  of  an  Iron  key  to  prevent  having  an  Epileptic  fit.  And  I  never  was  a  a  epileptic  patient.  It  took  me  till  today  to  regain  my  senses  to  post  it.  Poor  "J  D  marcus  Knight"
 All  his  sins  of  having  tortured  the  fishes  have  been  absolved  as  soon  as  he  read  the  Interpol  papers.  But  the  shock  would  have  been  too  much.  
 
 
                                                 
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BTW,  his  sobriquet  "The  Great  Grand  uncle"  came  from  our  own  Hayath.  You  can  ask  Hayath  "why"  next  time  you  meet  him  Wink  
                 

 
 Now  you  dragged  that  paparazzi  too  in  the  crime  scene.   Very Happy
                 

 Of  course,  The  Paparazzi  was  the  first  casualty  of  the  "  Great  Grand  Uncles"  seniority  bite's.
 
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 5:53 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

                                                   
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Here  I  am  talking  about  the  great  grand  uncle  of  all  the  hobbyist  in  the  world.  BTW,  his  sobriquet  "The  Great  Grand  uncle"  came  from  our  own  Hayath.  You  can  ask  Hayath  "why"  next  time  you  meet  him  Wink  
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.                

 
 But  the  one  I  know  is  no  Ichthyologist,  rather  a  script  writer.   He  has  created  more  creatures  than  Lewis  Caroll,  Steven  Speilberg,  James  Cameron  and  George  Lucas  put  together.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 6:17 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

 Nayak  -  Have  heard  a  lot  about  this  Ragi  balls  from  home  ministry  when  I  showed  her  one  pic  Trevor  posted.  I  was  told  that  even  if  some  thin  guy  eats  couple  of  Ragi  Balls,  he  gets  power  of  4  elephants.  Punch
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 6:25 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

                                                   
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Here  I  am  talking  about  the  great  grand  uncle  of  all  the  hobbyist  in  the  world.  BTW,  his  sobriquet  "The  Great  Grand  uncle"  came  from  our  own  Hayath.  You  can  ask  Hayath  "why"  next  time  you  meet  him  Wink  
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.                

 
 But  the  one  I  know  is  no  Ichthyologist,  rather  a  script  writer.   He  has  created  more  creatures  than  Lewis  Caroll,  Steven  Speilberg,  James  Cameron  and  George  Lucas  put  together.                

 Have  I  ever  been  guilty  of  using  the  word  Ichthyologist  and  "The  great  grand  uncle"  in  the  same  sentence?  ROFL  
 BTW,  Madhu,  Marc,  beta  and  other  "IDIOTS"  can  you  please  share  your  line  of  reasoning  on  the  many  Mythological  and  fictious  creatures  created  in  the  Interpol  paper.  
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 6:52 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

                                                   
rasikanayak  wrote  (View  Post):                

 BTW,  Madhu,  Marc,  beta  and  other  "IDIOTS"  can  you  please  share  your  line  of  reasoning  on  the  many  Mythological  and  fictious  creatures  created  in  the  Interpol  paper.  
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.                

 
 You  know  what  it  is  full  of  Nayak,  no  one  can  just  pinpoint  one.   The  one  that  caught  my  wildest  fascination  is  Cobitid  mud  skippers.
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 Brilliant  deduction,  Sandeep   
 BTW,  welcome  to  the  team  "League  of  the  Extraordinary  gentlemen"  Very Happy  
 Regards,
 Nayak.                

 Thanks,  
 BTW  who  are  other  esteemed  members,  and  their  qualities,
 I  am  specially  curious  about  who  represents  blood  sucking  vampire  lady.                

 There  are  two  teams,  and  the  members  names  and  qualities  you  can  judge  for  yourself  in  the  field  Very Happy  
 Blood  sucking  vampire  Lady  is  also  invisible  in  this  case,  so  not  sure  who  she  is  since  I  never  saw  her  Sad  
 
 
                                                 
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 Are  the  frozen  frogs  also  being  investigated.
 May  be  they  are  related.
                 

 Sir,  would  you  do  us  the  honour  of  investigating  this  angle  Very Happy  All  the  members  are  already  involved  in  other  leads  and  we  are  short  of  hands.  It  will  also  give  an  insight  into  how  the  word  famous  Sleuth  Sandeep  Raghuvanshi  works  Clapping  
 
 
                                                 
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 Nayak  -  Have  heard  a  lot  about  this  Ragi  balls  from  home  ministry  when  I  showed  her  one  pic  Trevor  posted.  I  was  told  that  even  if  some  thin  guy  eats  couple  of  Ragi  Balls,  he  gets  power  of  4  elephants.  Punch
                 

   Chuckle   Chuckle   Its  not  a  brain  food  for  sure,  but  not  sure  about  generating  so  much  brawn  to  give  a  thin  guy  the  power  of  four  elephants.  Its  in  fact  a  cheap  and  filling  food  for  the  labourers  and  farmhands.  Something  like  you  eat  it  in  the  morning  you  will  not  feel  hungry  till  late  evening  and  in  the  meantime  you  can  work  tirelessly.
 
 
                                                 
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 BTW,  Madhu,  Marc,  beta  and  other  "IDIOTS"  can  you  please  share  your  line  of  reasoning  on  the  many  Mythological  and  fictious  creatures  created  in  the  Interpol  paper.  
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.                

 
 You  know  what  it  is  full  of  Nayak,  no  one  can  just  pinpoint  one.   The  one  that  caught  my  wildest  fascination  is  Cobitid  mud  skippers.
                 

 You  mean  mud  skipping  loaches  ROFL   ROFL  How  about  N.anguilla  in  the  terikere  tank.  We  have  fished  there  at  least  four  times,  saw  any  loach  in  that  lake?  Please  do  continue  in  your  line  of  investigation  and  keep  us  posted!  True  or  malarial  delirium?
 
 Guys,  
 Hrishi007,  Hrishi,  Suyash,  Tirthankar  and  other.  Any  leads  about  the  third  animal  in  the  Symbological  clues.....The  tuxedo  sheep?  That  is  the  last  clue  we  have  to  solve  and  we  can  catch  the  hacking  culprit  and  bring  this  case  to  a  successful  close!
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 8:36 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

                                                   
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Guys,  
 Hrishi007,  Hrishi,  Suyash,  Tirthankar  and  other.  Any  leads  about  the  third  animal  in  the  Symbological  clues.....The  tuxedo  sheep?  That  is  the  last  clue  we  have  to  solve  and  we  can  catch  the  hacking  culprit  and  bring  this  case  to  a  successful  close!
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.                

 
 here  is  another  clue...
 
 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_u3bCnWj7T2M/SzzCFpXGq7I/AAAAAAAAB7o/RYwoq5wkWDs/s320/blogsheepoil1.jpg
 
 don't  go  by  those  innocent  eyes.
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 You  mean  mud  skipping  loaches  ROFL   ROFL  How  about  N.anguilla  in  the  terikere  tank.  We  have  fished  there  at  least  four  times,  saw  any  loach  in  that  lake?  
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.                

 
 We  gotta  accept  our  failure  my  friend.   May  be  we  made  the  same  mistake  every  time  by  going  there  when  there  was  water.
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 Yogesh,  he'll  need  the  power  of  4  elephants  to  discard  the  indigestible  the  next  morning.   Chuckle
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 We  gotta  accept  our  failure  my  friend.   May  be  we  made  the  same  mistake  every  time  by  going  there  when  there  was  water.                

 
 Not  just  that,  we  guys  have  to  learn  new(or  too  old?)  geographical  aspects  (even  though  there  is  no  single  year  that  some  of  us  have  not  passed  through  that  town).  Great  explorers  have  discovered/invented  things  over  these  routes,  turned  rivers  flow   before  we  were  even  born  Wink
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Yogesh,  he'll  need  the  power  of  4  elephants  to  discard  the  indigestible  the  next  morning.   Chuckle                

 Haha,  Good  One  Madan.  ROFL
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 9:23 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

                                                   
random2  wrote  (View  Post):                

 Not  just  that,  we  guys  have  to  learn  new(or  too  old?)  geographical  aspects  (even  though  there  is  no  single  year  that  some  of  us  have  not  passed  through  that  town).  Great  explorers  have  discovered/invented  things  over  these  routes,  turned  rivers  flow   before  we  were  even  born  Wink                

 
 True.   We  are  feeble  local  explorers  and  none  of  us  have  yet  evolved  to  become  a  Tooth-Fairy.   Infact,  isn't  that  the  difference  between  discovery  and  invention?
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 9:25 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

 Ya  man  Yogesh,  imagine  a  food  which  if  you  chewed  will  stick  all  over  your  mouth  like  peanut  butter.  AND  that's  your  entire  meal.
 Now  swallow  your  entire  meal  without  chewing,  without  tasting,  boy  this  is  First  Grade  Enemy  Food  !
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 9:27 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

                                                   
Madan  wrote  (View  Post):                
Yogesh,  he'll  need  the  power  of  4  elephants  to  discard  the  indigestible  the  next  morning.   Chuckle                

 True,  Madan  Chuckle  
 
 
                                                 
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rasikanayak  wrote  (View  Post):                

 You  mean  mud  skipping  loaches  ROFL   ROFL  How  about  N.anguilla  in  the  terikere  tank.  We  have  fished  there  at  least  four  times,  saw  any  loach  in  that  lake?  
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.                

 
 We  gotta  accept  our  failure  my  friend.   May  be  we  made  the  same  mistake  every  time  by  going  there  when  there  was  water.
                 
                                                 
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 We  gotta  accept  our  failure  my  friend.   May  be  we  made  the  same  mistake  every  time  by  going  there  when  there  was  water.                

 
 Not  just  that,  we  guys  have  to  learn  new(or  too  old?)  geographical  aspects  (even  though  there  is  no  single  year  that  some  of  us  have  not  passed  through  that  town).  Great  explorers  have  discovered/invented  things  over  these  routes,  turned  rivers  flow   before  we  were  even  born  Wink
                 

 Madhu  and  Deepak.  See  what  else  can  you  conclude  from  the  Interpol  paper  and  keep  us  updated.  
 
 So  the  investigation  continues.....
 Here  is  the  clue  sent  to  us  by  our  good  friend  Shubhanakar...
   
 And  we  are  analyzing  the  tuxedo  sheep  at  12.00  clock.
 Team  TLOEG,  Share  your  analysis  and  conclusions.
 And  thanks  Tirthankar  for  your  clue,  Lets  collectively  get  on  it!
 
 Regards,
 Nayak.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 9:41 pm Post subject: Re: Who is Lawrenze? Reply with quote

 Done!!!!!
 
 See  any  other  mixed  colored  animal  in  the  group?
 NO!  Only  this  animal  is  different.  Why?.......
 
 Because  the  Hacker  wants  to  convey  a  message............that  it  is  not  him  who  did  this  Hacking/Kidnapping.
 
 Secondly  the  Tuxedo  sheep,  What  are  the  colors?  Black  in  front  and  white  at  the  back......denoting  Night  and  Day.  What  does  night  and  day  mean???
 Time!  Night  is  in  the  past  and  day  is  in  the  future.  Now  this  clue  is  pointing  towards  the  past,  since  we  cannot  predict  a  crime  committed  in  the  future.
 
 What  happened  in  the  past????
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