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Has anyone else noticed that the clues on the map are written in Spanish but they rhyme in English?
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Dan on 02-02-2001
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cassarina writes:
Rerto? Dead in spanish is muerto.
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Kristen writes:
Yes, I did notice that. That's just a little bit impossible, unless they meant for Americans to find/translate it, which is HIGHLY doubtful. Good job!
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Kelley writes:
EXACTLY!!! Like the clues to play the bones...."said" and "dead" rhyme in English, but not in Spanish....("habla" and "rerto" (I think that's how it is spelled)) You are the only other person I've known who has noticed it!
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