Re: McKinley: riddles/mazes/labyrinthes(Spoilers)

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Date: Mon Jul 19 1999 - 13:10:51 PDT

Ok, Eli is right, there is no answer to the riddle.
Everything I say is a lie. But if that's true, then it's not a lie, so that
makes it not true, which means it's a lie, which--

To the two, um, guards or whatever they are in that particular riddle (there
are different versions), that riddle, and it's answer, could be found in
which I mentioned before.

And has anyone ever heard of J. Gregory Keyes?? He wrote the Waterborn and
Newton's Cannon, I think.

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Received on Mon Jul 19 13:14:29 1999

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