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dfhfgh
 

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What's a dfhgf and what needs to be done about it?
 

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My guess is, seeing as it's in the 'Testing Grounds', it's a multiple choice test.

I choose 'g'

But then again, if I'd pick 'f' or 'h', I'd have twice the chance of getting the correct answer !!

Oh, heck with it, I'll stay with 'g'.
Yes, that's my final answer, 'g'.
 

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Ha! Well it's obvious the answer is.. "d"
 

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Now that I look at it again, I think you're right Dianna, it probably is 'd'.

I knew I should have gone with that instead !! :doh:
 

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Maybe it's an acronym?

dfhfgh = "Don't feel half-frozen; get [some] heat!" (for those of us up here in the northern reaches)
 

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maybe he's having keyboard problems.....:p
 

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maybe he's having finger problems!!
 

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Well i googled it and came up with thousands of hits (no help there)

On the keyboard the keys make up the left center of the keyboard "dfgh"

the pattern is 2 skip 1 then 3 in a row for a total of 6 characters 2X1=2X3=6

6 is a not prime number but is divisible by 2 which is the pattern series to make 3 which is a prime number and the sequence of letters are in 3's.

So now to put the code togeather Left center 6 and 3

so dfhfgh means Leroy Selmon number 63 of the tampa bay bucks who played defensive end positioned left of center ! Or FUZZY THURSTON of green bay who played guard left of center.

its like the davinci code :D
 

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Hmmm, very interesting theory there Lurch.
But the way I see it, with using your methodology to get the number 63, and the fact that the letters CV are directly below the coded letters, which when all is put together you get CV63, which is the alpha-numeric designation for the USS Kitty Hawk.

We may finally be on the track of figuring this coded message out :smiley_th
 

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Deeeerrrrrr!
IT MAKES YOU LOOK SILLY WHEN YOU TRY TO SHOW OFF AS IF THE ANSWER WAS SO... DIFICULT WHEN EVERYONE ELSE COULD SEE IT FROM THE START AND DIDN'T SAY IT BECAUSE IT WAS SO... OBVIOUS THAT THEY THOUGHT EVERYONE KNEW.:dead_hors
 

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Deeeerrrrrr!
IT MAKES YOU LOOK SILLY WHEN YOU TRY TO SHOW OFF AS IF THE ANSWER WAS SO... DIFICULT WHEN EVERYONE ELSE COULD SEE IT FROM THE START AND DIDN'T SAY IT BECAUSE IT WAS SO... OBVIOUS THAT THEY THOUGHT EVERYONE KNEW.
Yeah, that's kinda what I thought !!
 
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