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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 3:51 pm 
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For the transcipts of the Epsilon Texts, all is in the Epsilon texts and Talks, in Myepsilon Daily News, the interview of Cris, and all the other ones.



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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Tue Jul 13, 2010 8:57 pm 
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Thanks Troll, I think I will look into the Chris/Lazlow radio script too.

MEANWHILE...

Roger that, Big Monkey, I got a 13-6 fat vulture.

Go to The Big Ear at 6:13 after you grunt V milk.

V is 5 in Roman numerials and I admit this one makes no sense but you can always run it through and see what you can make of it. I never grunt my milk. :lol:

Need to acquire a drowning baby.

Bag a new BEQ-Radio in Red County.

Bag is slang for Find and I looked it up BEQ Radio has something to do with shortwave.

If anyone else is interested in trying this stuff out. I use Anagram Generator from this page 100% free to use no catch.

  1. Download that software and the text documnet that Jabhacksoul gave me above.
  2. Then you need to make a custom dictionary for GTA.
  3. Run the Anagram software and click on dictionary.
  4. View/Edit the English dictionary and add as many words from the game you want to the top of that list.
  5. I saved mine as GTA_ENGLISH.DIC there is a French dictionary too. Wouldn't that be something if you found French anagrams.

You add the GTA word list at the top for example;

TIERRA ROBADA
BONE COUNTY
SHERMAN DAM
FORT CARSON
LIL PROBE INN
LAS PAYASADAS
LAS BRUJAS
EL CASTILLO DEL DIABLO
LAS VENTURAS
SAN FIERRO
RED COUNTY
PANOPICTION
PALOMINO CREEK
MONTGOMERY
DILLIMORE

However you don't need common names like BLUEBERRY that exists in the English dictionary.

This is the quickest method to using and finding anagrams. I start by entering a phrase from the game like; "Need to acquire a drowning baby."
It takes too long for the software to get this done so I flip to the Lexigram tab and look for the GTA words. Bone County and Red County are at the top so hit the Stop button.

I removed the letters for Red County leaving "e aqie a drowning bab". I enter that and hit the Play button. I saw Radio on my list and removed that leaving "e qe a wning bab". At this point in order for any of Radio Red County to make sense little words need to be looked for. I can "go to" Red County but o is not available. I could be "in" Red County. Objects like Radio, I would look for verbs like get, use, take, etc.. At the end I was left with 3 letters that made no sense so I thought it was a dead end. BEQ and I decided to do a google search on those 3 letters I was surprised to find that BEQ had something to do with shortwave radios.

This software will ignore numbers and punctuation. You need to decide if the anagram works or not.



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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2010 1:30 am 
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I don't know about those Su Xi they seem a bit of a reach. As for your BEQ radio, the first link would seem to indicate it is a German made radio of some kind. So I guess you are saying there is a transmitter in Red County. But grunt 5 milk? The only thing you can drink in the game is Sprunk. Grunt is to make a noise like a pig or a noun slang for a low ranking soldier. I guess it is impressive that the Big Ear is there and did you ever try the Bone County or just go for Red?

I will download that program and give it a try tonight. Thanks for your tutorial.

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2010 2:15 am 
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Also;
Grunt = can be any infantry personnel (considered an honored distinction)
Bagged = can mean,caught,found,acquired,etc; (popular term among hunters..bagged a kill)

I am sure Toreno is a military man at some point in his carrer,at least.
He certainly knows the Lingo> (the ropes,the ways)


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2010 3:48 am 
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Well JAB, :roll: I don't know if this will make anymoore sense.

Go to The Big Ear at 6:13 flying over mark tutu.

Like I said these anagrams have no keycode.

DaedalusYoung wrote:
Yeah, number puzzles are popular amongst Japanese, I heard, because it's too hard making 'ordinary' puzzles with kanji. Then again, I suppose kana could work, but that's not the same, right? :P


I doubt my genetics is the reason I like puzzles but it could be. :D In Japanese culture sometimes the reason is the way a number sounds like a word. Four (4) is pronounced shi and Japanese buildings have no 4th floor they skip it. Because 4 is associated with death, the number nine is pronounced "ku", the same as the word for pain or suffering. So this number is also considered unlucky. Remember this the next time you visit a hospital and have to stay on the death floor or the floor of pain and suffering. :lol: My Dad wont go on those floors unless he REALLY must. Yes, I watched the Simpsons all my life that has to be an epic episode.



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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2010 12:02 pm 
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Does anyone know how ELD (Equal Letter Distance) codes work? Apparently from what I read they work by skipping letters in the text to form new messages. I was looking at other codes (preferably ones with a key) that we could examine. Su Xi you seem to know a lot about it?



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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2010 4:54 pm 
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It would take forever to find such a code the old fashioned way. So your gonna have to find some program.


   
 


 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2010 10:32 pm 
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GMRE is correct ELD would take forever and is not considered to be very accurate. I will explain why and how it works or whatnot.

You really need a whole book in a text file not just a phrase or a paragraph. The program then needs a key word to look for such as EPSILON. It then runs through the book looking for the word but like this;

The blanks are other letter that are skipped or ignored.

1 E_P_S_I_L_O_N
2 E__P__S__I__L__O__N
3 E___P___S___I___L___O___N
4 E____P____S____I____L____O____N
5 E_____P_____S_____I_____L_____O_____N
etc..

It does this as many times as you like or until the key word is found. Then you can search for other words nearby based on the same distance.

Lately some Rabbi have been using it on the Torah saying that there is hidden predictions within the pages confirming their faith in a higher power. Skeptics say you can do this with ANY book and have ran ELD on Moby Dick confirming their faith in their higher ego.



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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2010 10:46 pm 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bible_code
It's well known, claimed to have 'predicted' great events.


   
 
 Post subject: Re: Interesting Anagrams
PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2010 11:45 pm 
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Wow, Su Xi !

Amazing, really amazing.

Remember Toreno says that his guys NEED the GreenGoo that we have to cary, they need it to survive.
As you said, V is 5 :
"Go to The Big Ear at 6:13 after you grunt V milk."

V Milk ... The Epsilon milk ?! ^^
It seems stupid, but why not?
It could explain why those guys need it in all prices to survive...
At least, it's another clue, good to be analysed deeper.


"Bag a new BEQ-Radio in Red County."
This is the cherry on the cake, really...
The mystery of "where is Toreno during this mission, from where do he emet ?" drived some people to look for other radio emetors looking like the Toreno one...
And there is one in Blueberry, red County, in the Phat liquor's backroom !



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