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19 minutes ago, Earl Hood said:

Don't worry DZ I have informed Commissioner Gorden of the problem. He said he knows some people who can deal with the Riddler! 

Good one Earl, love it , cracked me up ??

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Explain how a non sensical riddle with no answer is an excercise for the brain, when no answer exists even well after the trade period has ended?

Not to mention zero contact from the poster who started the thread?

To quote the Joker: "Why so serious?".

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So in a bid to beat a confession from the source - clues to the Riddler’s identity . . .

It could reasonably be assumed that the Riddler is not Jim Carrey. It might also be safe to assume that he’s an MFC fan and graces this site in another guise. A quick squiz of bomberblitz (shudder) confirms that there is no such Riddler riling up the Essendon fandom – although a question of complexity might be pointless

over there. Is it Hird? Is it Hird? Is it Hird? 

The Riddler first surfaced in 2014. With a confident opening, I would suggest an active member who predates this time.

He mentioned that the mystery player was from interstate. This may well have been a trap, but it may just rule out Chook in Perth and I think Crazy Jaeger O'Smearer.

The Riddler previously said he had a link to an MFC board-member of 'two first names'. This may be completely fabricated of course - but be it Steven Morris or David Robb - let's surmise that the Riddler is acquainted and then of at least semi-mature years. This rules out 25% of Demonland.

These following folk have checked out the Riddler's profile page in the past ten hours: Monoccular, Member's Wing, Redbeard, 45HG & CarntheDees. I also saw Nasher stalking the other day. This may be a decent alibi - or, alternatively, may suggest the sort of psychopath who gets their kicks from sticking around the scene of their crime.

Indeed, I wouldn't be surprised if the Riddler has posted in this very thread in an attempt to throw off the scent . . .

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Explain how a non sensical riddle with no answer is an excercise for the brain, when no answer exists even well after the trade period has ended?

Not to mention zero contact from the poster who started the thread?

Nowhere does he say that it will be this trade period.

 

 

So in a bid to beat a confession from the source - clues to the Riddler’s identity . . .

It could reasonably be assumed that the Riddler is not Jim Carrey. It might also be safe to assume that he’s an MFC fan and graces this site in another guise. A quick squiz of bomberblitz (shudder) confirms that there is no such Riddler riling up the Essendon fandom – although a question of complexity might be pointless

 

over there. Is it Hird? Is it Hird? Is it Hird? 

 

The Riddler first surfaced in 2014. With a confident opening, I would suggest an active member who predates this time.

 

He mentioned that the mystery player was from interstate. This may well have been a trap, but it may just rule out Chook in Perth and I think Crazy Jaeger O'Smearer.

The Riddler previously said he had a link to an MFC board-member of 'two first names'. This may be completely fabricated of course - but be it Steven Morris or David Robb - let's surmise that the Riddler is acquainted and then of at least semi-mature years. This rules out 25% of Demonland.

These following folk have checked out the Riddler's profile page in the past ten hours: Monoccular, Member's Wing, Redbeard, 45HG & CarntheDees. I also saw Nasher stalking the other day. This may be a decent alibi - or, alternatively, may suggest the sort of psychopath who gets their kicks from sticking around the scene of their crime.

Indeed, I wouldn't be surprised if the Riddler has posted in this very thread in an attempt to throw off the scent . . .

 

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To quote the Joker: "Why so serious?".

I'd understand that if it was actually funny

 

Nowhere does he say that it will be this trade period.

 

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Even worse, so this means he is going to string us along for another 12 months?

God forbid

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So in a bid to beat a confession from the source - clues to the Riddler’s identity . . .

It could reasonably be assumed that the Riddler is not Jim Carrey. It might also be safe to assume that he’s an MFC fan and graces this site in another guise. A quick squiz of bomberblitz (shudder) confirms that there is no such Riddler riling up the Essendon fandom – although a question of complexity might be pointless

 

over there. Is it Hird? Is it Hird? Is it Hird? 

 

The Riddler first surfaced in 2014. With a confident opening, I would suggest an active member who predates this time.

 

He mentioned that the mystery player was from interstate. This may well have been a trap, but it may just rule out Chook in Perth and I think Crazy Jaeger O'Smearer.

The Riddler previously said he had a link to an MFC board-member of 'two first names'. This may be completely fabricated of course - but be it Steven Morris or David Robb - let's surmise that the Riddler is acquainted and then of at least semi-mature years. This rules out 25% of Demonland.

These following folk have checked out the Riddler's profile page in the past ten hours: Monoccular, Member's Wing, Redbeard, 45HG & CarntheDees. I also saw Nasher stalking the other day. This may be a decent alibi - or, alternatively, may suggest the sort of psychopath who gets their kicks from sticking around the scene of their crime.

Indeed, I wouldn't be surprised if the Riddler has posted in this very thread in an attempt to throw off the scent . . .

 

I'm with you Skuit, it may even be you, very clever. 

I have enjoyed the riddle and couldn't care less if there is an answer or not. For riddle haters, stay away next time. No it's not me.

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Perhaps because you have not worked it out.

Yes , but neither has anyone else with Trade period being finished and no comment from the initiator.

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Have been thinking about it more and I think the Riddles really needs to tell us, even if it was a hoax.

I think it is Nat Fyfe.

Butter, a few links, a bloke called Fyfe invented deep fried butter and muso has a song about butter and eggs. Nat butter is also a rather disgusting term for secretions on the end of a dog's old fella. 

Wings, he has the wings photo copying Jordan.

Ocean, he is a docker so is tied to the Ocean. A bloke with the surname of Fyfe is also one of the most famous wooden boat designers of the early and mid 20th century. One of his boats is for sale in Vic at the minute for over 500,000 euro. There aren't many boats in Vic worth that much full stop. 

He is also from interstate but that all depends on which state you start from. 

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Have been thinking about it more and I think the Riddles really needs to tell us, even if it was a hoax.

I think it is Nat Fyfe.

Butter, a few links, a bloke called Fyfe invented deep fried butter and muso has a song about butter and eggs. Nat butter is also a rather disgusting term for secretions on the end of a dog's old fella. 

Wings, he has the wings photo copying Jordan.

Ocean, he is a docker so is tied to the Ocean. A bloke with the surname of Fyfe is also one of the most famous wooden boat designers of the early and mid 20th century. One of his boats is for sale in Vic at the minute for over 500,000 euro. There aren't many boats in Vic worth that much full stop. 

He is also from interstate but that all depends on which state you start from. 

Jesus, that is grim.

Your evidence adds up quite nicely, but the boat designer's name was actually spelt 'Fife'. Close enough though!

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Explain how a non sensical riddle with no answer is an excercise for the brain, when no answer exists even well after the trade period has ended?

Not to mention zero contact from the poster who started the thread?

Riddler is too deep in contemplation of his next riddler reply to us imbeciles 

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So in a bid to beat a confession from the source - clues to the Riddler’s identity . . .

It could reasonably be assumed that the Riddler is not Jim Carrey. It might also be safe to assume that he’s an MFC fan and graces this site in another guise. A quick squiz of bomberblitz (shudder) confirms that there is no such Riddler riling up the Essendon fandom – although a question of complexity might be pointless

 

over there. Is it Hird? Is it Hird? Is it Hird? 

 

The Riddler first surfaced in 2014. With a confident opening, I would suggest an active member who predates this time.

 

He mentioned that the mystery player was from interstate. This may well have been a trap, but it may just rule out Chook in Perth and I think Crazy Jaeger.

The Riddler previously said he had a link to an MFC board-member of 'two first names'. This may be completely fabricated of course - but be it Steven Morris or David Robb - let's surmise that the Riddler is acquainted and then of at least semi-mature years. This rules out 25% of Demonland.

These following folk have checked out the Riddler's profile page in the past ten hours: Monoccular, Member's Wing, Redbeard, 45HG & CarntheDees. I also saw Nasher stalking the other day. This may be a decent alibi - or, alternatively, may suggest the sort of psychopath who gets their kicks from sticking around the scene of their crime.

Indeed, I wouldn't be surprised if the Riddler has posted in this very thread in an attempt to throw off the scent . . .

 

Of course it could be one of those he mentioned - interstate to most of us is anywhere out of Victoria, but if the poster was from Perth then Victoria would be interstate  

 

Yes , but neither has anyone else with Trade period being finished and no comment from the initiator.

Unless he has somehow defied the rules and obtained a second identity. 

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I'm with you Skuit, it may even be you, very clever. 

I have enjoyed the riddle and couldn't care less if there is an answer or not. For riddle haters, stay away next time. No it's not me.

ManDee - I'm not sure that just denying you're the Riddler is sufficient evidence in this climate of suspicion and uncertainty. By necessity, the onus of disproof is on you. Me? I went to a public school so there's absolutely no way I'm acquainted with anyone even mildly related to the MFC. Though I was chatting to a NMFC board member by chance last week . . .     

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we need to get the afl integrity unit onto this

oh, wait

That would only work if the Riddler has integrity as the integrity unit can sniff out if someone has integrity quick smart and make sure who ever has any has nothing to do with their organisation.

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ManDee - I'm not sure that just denying you're the Riddler is sufficient evidence in this climate of suspicion and uncertainty. By necessity, the onus of disproof is on you. Me? I went to a public school so there's absolutely no way I'm acquainted with anyone even mildly related to the MFC. Though I was chatting to a NMFC board member by chance last week . . .     

I may have some explaining to do, I did go to a private school, I am a member of the MCC and did speak to $cully regarding continuing his tenure at the club, fortunately it fell upon deaf ears. But I can absolutely guarantee I do not have two identities on Demonland, but do I have three, or four?

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I may have some explaining to do, I did go to a private school, I am a member of the MCC and did speak to $cully regarding continuing his tenure at the club, fortunately it fell upon deaf ears. But I can absolutely guarantee I do not have two identities on Demonland, but do I have three, or four?

Goodness gracious me!  Do they allow such folk in now? ?

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