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Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:46 AM Edited by deepthroatgta6, 24 September 2011 - 08:39 AM.

1--> “Get back on your horse.”
2--> “Take bernie to...”
3--> “perseus in the exchange.”
4--> “Take bernie to perseus in the exchange.”

1) R O C K S T A R
2) R O _ K _ T A _
3) R _ C _ S T A _
4) R O C K S T A R

1) N O R T H
2) N O R T _
3) N _ R T H
4) N O R T H

1) G T A N E _ _
2) _ T A N E _ T
3) G T A N E X _
4) G T A N E X T

1) B O G O T A
2) B O _ _ T A
3) _ _ G _ T A
4) B O G _ T A

Therefore, “Get back on your horse” can make three complete words:
R O C K S T A R
N O R T H
B O G O T A

In addition, “Take bernie to perseus in the exchange” can make three complete words:
R O C K S T A R
N O R T H
G T A N E X T

De e pthroat has a history of referring to "Bogota" in most of his posts either directly or indirectly.
E.g.
QUOTE (d33pthroat)
Be One Great Ostrich Today, Always

So Bogota surely has something to do with R* or at least with GTA Next.

While doing this, I also noticed:
“DE E PTHROATGTA4=CHEVY CHASE”
R O C _ S T A _
V _ C E C _ T Y

Finally, some lullz:
“DE E PTHROATGTAFOUR ‘ALSO KNOWN AS’ CHEVY CHASE”
R O C K S T A R
P R E S E N T S
G T A V

Finally I would say that, IMO the solution to the puzzle lies only inside the sentences in the image. Other parts are just for confusing us.

And "Chevy Chase" is a hint given to us for solving those sentences.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:00 AM

QUOTE (deepthroatgta6 @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 11:16)
...<theory>...

That makes sence, I think you solved it! cookie.gif

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:09 AM

Is that sarcasm dude? confused.gif *sence*

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:12 AM

Really make sense.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:20 AM

QUOTE (deepthroatgta6 @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 11:39)
Is that sarcasm dude? confused.gif *sence*

No, that wasn't sarcasm. It was a typo, sorry for the confusion. IMO it's the best theory yet! So, I'll say it again:"I think you solved it!"
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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:21 AM

Thanks man. biggrin.gif

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 08:27 AM

QUOTE (deepthroatgta6 @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 07:46)
1--> “Get back on your horse.”
2--> “Take bernie to...”
3--> “perseus in the exchange.”
4--> “Take bernie to perseus in the exchange.”

1) R O C K S T A R
2) R O _ K _ T A _
3) R _ C _ S T A _
4) R O C K S T A R

1) N O R T H
2) N O R T _
3) N _ R T H
4) N O R T H

1) G T A N E _ _
2) _ T A N E _ T
3) G T A N E X _
4) G T A N E X T

1) B O G O T A
2) B O _ _ T A
3) _ _ G _ T A
4) B O G _ T A

Therefore, “Get back on your horse” can make three complete words:
R O C K S T A R
N O R T H
B O G O T A

In addition, “Take bernie to perseus in the exchange” can make three complete words:
R O C K S T A R
N O R T H
G T A N E X T

De e pthroat has a history of referring to "Bogota" in most of his posts either directly or indirectly.
E.g.
QUOTE (d33pthroat)
Be One Great Ostrich Today, Always

So Bogota surely has something to do with R* or at least with GTA Next.

While doing this, I also noticed:
“DE E PTHROATGTA4=CHEVY CHASE”
R O C _ S T A _

CHEVY CHASE
V _ C E C _ T Y

Finally, some lullz:
“DE E PTHROATGTAFOUR ‘ALSO KNOWN AS’ CHEVY CHASE”
R O C K S T A R
P R E S E N T S
G T A V

Finally I would say that, IMO the solution to the puzzle lies only inside the sentences in the image. Other parts are just for confusing us.

And "Chevy Chase" is a hint given to us for solving those sentences.

You see, people?? Smoking weed is good for something after all.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 09:50 AM

QUOTE (pcguytech @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 03:00)

Past.

This is also in it's own way..A Genesis..

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 10:41 AM Edited by deepthroatgta6, 24 September 2011 - 11:55 AM.

You would have read this before:GTA: Bogota

Have a read:Horses
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What was this guy thinking? His wish got fulfilled though.

The rewarded D33pthroat: Member named "Bluespot":
QUOTE (Ats.)
People, do you remember a member called BlueSpot? He was believed to be a R* employee. He discovered the GTA IV map from one of the trailers. He got a medal because of that. The medal says: Best "Chevy Chase" (Amazing Fan Discovery)" 2007.

Now his medal says:

GTANet Annual Forum Award
» Winner of "GTA:IV Awards - Best "Chevy Chase" (Amazing Fan Discovery)" 2007.

Provocative Discussion Award
» Excellent discovery regarding the GTA IV map. Even if it turns out not to be the map, it deserves to be rewarded as it has provoked a lot of excitement and discussion.
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"Hey babe, sorry, didnt wanna wake up. I'm going away for awhile, but I left Agent on the table for ya, be back soon! <3"

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 12:25 PM

DTGTA6's theory makes perfect since, plus rockstar registered bogota

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 12:29 PM

QUOTE (GTAULTIMATUM @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 12:25)
DTGTA6's theory makes perfect since, plus rockstar registered bogota

Well, honestly, Chevy Chasegta6 is probably one of the only member's that actually make any sense at all in this thread.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 01:49 PM

QUOTE (Chevy Chasegta6 @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 07:46)
1--> “Get back on your horse.”
2--> “Take bernie to...”
3--> “perseus in the exchange.”
4--> “Take bernie to perseus in the exchange.”

1) R O C K S T A R
2) R O _ K _ T A _
3) R _ C _ S T A _
4) R O C K S T A R

1--> “Get back on your horse.”
2--> “Take bernie to...”
3--> “perseus in the exchange.”
4--> “Take bernie to perseus in the exchange.”

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 01:50 PM Edited by Staten, 24 September 2011 - 07:43 PM.

QUOTE (Chevy Chasegta6 @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 07:46)
1--> “Get back on your horse.”
2--> “Take bernie to...”
3--> “perseus in the exchange.”
4--> “Take bernie to perseus in the exchange.”

1) R O C K S T A R
2) R O _ K _ T A _
3) R _ C _ S T A _
4) R O C K S T A R

1) N O R T H
2) N O R T _
3) N _ R T H
4) N O R T H

1) G T A N E _ _
2) _ T A  N E _ T
3) G T A N E X _
4) G T A N E X T

1) B O G O T A
2) B O _ _ T A
3) _ _ G _ T A
4) B O G _ T A

Therefore, “Get back on your horse” can make three complete words:
R O C K S T A R
N O R T H
B O G O T A

In addition, “Take bernie to perseus in the exchange” can make three complete words:
R O C K S T A R
N O R T H
G T A N E X T

De e pthroat has a history of referring to "Bogota" in most of his posts either directly or indirectly.
E.g.
QUOTE (d33pthroat)
Be One Great Ostrich Today, Always

So Bogota surely has something to do with R* or at least with GTA Next.

While doing this, I also noticed:
“DE E PTHROATGTA4=CHEVY CHASE”
R O C _ S T A _
V _ C E C _ T Y

Finally, some lullz:
“DE E PTHROATGTAFOUR ‘ALSO KNOWN AS’ CHEVY CHASE”
R O C K S T A R
P R E S E N T S
G T A V

Finally I would say that, IMO the solution to the puzzle lies only inside the sentences in the image. Other parts are just for confusing us.

And "Chevy Chase" is a hint given to us for solving those sentences.

Sorry to be the one to complain but, as that Rockstarspy article shows, Rockstar are no longer interested in those patents for the name "GTA Bogata" and the like. Also, your anagrams above, while an interesting idea, don't mean much when you're approaching them with a goal set out. The idea of a GTA Bogata has been playing on your mind over the last week (as I see from your posts). Here's one I found from "Take Bernie to Perseus in the Exchange"

SAINTS RO_

Why no "W"? Because a) V is going to be more than twice (two Vs=W) the size of the other games or b) there's a story that when the Clinton Administration left the Whitehouse (when George W Bush became President first time) they removed all the "W"s from the keyboards. So GTA V is going to be a Saint's Row game set in Washington! Why do you think there were so many references to Washington in "where is the blue"?!!

Another one I came up with:

SONICS RETURN.

The thread is called "genesis"! How could we miss that? The next GTA is going to have Sonic as a protagonist!

My point is, if you're looking for something in inconclusive evidence, there's a high chance you'll find it, but that doesn't mean it's the correct answer. How will we know it's the correct answer? Maybe there's something in the anagrams (it may be the reason why "Perseus in the Exchange" was cut out), but I don't know how we'd go about finding out.

That said, that Bluespot find seems to suggest the source of the "Chevy Chase" filter, unless it was originally "deeepthroat" and has been changed by the same filter.

EDIT: According to this post, it was originally "deeepthroat"

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 02:19 PM

D33pthroatgta4 we solved it. sly.gif

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 02:24 PM Edited by Meth0d, 24 September 2011 - 02:27 PM.

@cosmicboy; I really hope you didn't take the time to decipher all of those and then type them...

EDIT: But then again...You have found a lot of clue's before... monocle.gif

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 02:29 PM

QUOTE (Meth0d @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 14:24)
@cosmicboy; I really hope you didn't take the time to decipher all of those and then type them...

Nah, he probably used an anagram-solving site or something. If not, he's certainly good at them!

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 03:00 PM

http://www.puzzledep...2/scrabble.html
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Posted 24 September 2011 - 04:48 PM Edited by deepthroatgta6, 24 September 2011 - 05:16 PM.

I understand what you say guys.. I never made a conclusion regarding bogota. All I concluded is:
QUOTE
Finally I would say that, IMO the solution to the puzzle lies only inside the sentences in the image. Other parts are just for confusing us.

And "Chevy Chase" is a hint given to us for solving those sentences.


I found many words which suggested Vice City or Los Santos. I was just going for a try. What I feel is that the answer is in the sentences and nowhere else. The alphabets in both the sentences match as if they were selected to make some phrase. I just wanted to prove that point. Thanks for the reviews people. smile.gif

And also I will stay with my curiousity regarding Bogota as D33pthroat has mentioned Bogota in most of his posts before. It has to mean something.

QUOTE (Staten @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 19:20)
That said, that Bluespot find seems to suggest the source of the "Chevy Chase" filter, unless it was originally "deeepthroat" and has been changed by the same filter.

EDIT:  According to this post, it was originally "deeepthroat"

I did show in my post that it was originally de e pthroat. But isn't that strange that it got filtered? If you guys understand the filter, the "de e pthroat"s posted before the filter came, stay unfiltered but yet that medal title changed. Why the f*ck would that be?

And BDW, I have seen no moderators today. Are they on a holiday? lol.gif

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 05:18 PM

Bogota is halfway between Miami and LA.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 05:21 PM

Miami is halfway between Bogota and LA, dude. smile.gif

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 05:43 PM Edited by Staten, 24 September 2011 - 05:49 PM.

QUOTE (Chevy Chasegta6 @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 16:48)
I understand what you say guys.. I never made a conclusion regarding bogota. All I concluded is:
QUOTE
Finally I would say that, IMO the solution to the puzzle lies only inside the sentences in the image. Other parts are just for confusing us.

And "Chevy Chase" is a hint given to us for solving those sentences.


I found many words which suggested Vice City or Los Santos. I was just going for a try. What I feel is that the answer is in the sentences and nowhere else. The alphabets in both the sentences match as if they were selected to make some phrase. I just wanted to prove that point. Thanks for the reviews people. smile.gif

I'm sure you'll continue, because you've shown yourself to be enthusiastic in finding new theories and, if they are proven wrong, you cheerfully accept it and get right back to coming up with new ones. So I was pretty sure you wouldn't take any comments too badly, and it doesn't seem you have. icon14.gif

At the same time, if I see something in the theories presented here that I don't agree with, I tend to speak up about it, as do others. I will continue to do so, not out of malice towards anyone, but because I want to get something tangible out of this thread (some hope, eh?) and I won't just say "Great Job" because someone has put a lot of work into a "theory" that doesn't hold any water. I'll say "great job" when someone comes up with a theory that explains everything well. I try to avoid being disrespectful, though. Hopefully I've done that.
QUOTE
And also I will stay with my curiousity regarding Bogota as D33pthroat has mentioned Bogota in most of his posts before. It has to mean something.

QUOTE (Staten @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 19:20)
That said, that Bluespot find seems to suggest the source of the "Chevy Chase" filter, unless it was originally "deeepthroat" and has been changed by the same filter.

EDIT:  According to this post, it was originally "deeepthroat"

I did show in my post that it was originally de e pthroat. But isn't that strange that it got filtered? If you guys understand the filter, the "de e pthroat"s posted before the filter came, stay unfiltered but yet that medal title changed. Why the f*ck would that be?

Looking back at your original post, I see you actually quoted the post I linked to. It was the fact it the filter was applied to the quote that threw me. Ooops!

As to why the filter seems to work on the medal text but not old posts, perhaps the medal text is in a different part of the forum system to old posts, or maybe a crafty admin changed it by hand?

I think you're barking up the wrong tree with Bogata; that article you linked to shows Rockstar have given up the trademark for that. I've said in the past that Chevy Chase is more than likely not connected to Rockstar, and the Bogata rumour was well known by then. Whoever was behind Chevy Chase started mentioning Bogata around the time he was trying to convince us he didn't actually know anything, so maybe it was part of that.

There could be something with the anagrams, but I don't think ignoring everything else is the way to make progress, as you, cosmicboy and I have shown, you can come up with a lot of stuff from those words.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 06:10 PM Edited by deepthroatgta6, 24 September 2011 - 07:30 PM.

@staten I lost a lot of content of this post while editing due to a mistake. I hope you had read my reply to you. smile.gif
QUOTE (staten)
There could be something with the anagrams, but I don't think ignoring everything else is the way to make progress, as you, cosmicboy and I have shown, you can come up with a lot of stuff from those words.

Anagram or not, the sentences do hold the answer.
Compare the alphabets in both the sentences:

"Get back on your horse"
A B C 2E G H K N 3O 2R S T U Y:
"Take bernie to perseus in the exchange":
2A B C E 8E G 2H I K 2N O P 2R 2S 2T U X

Except Y, I, P and X, the same alphabets have been ommited from both the sentences. Isn't that strange?

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 06:37 PM

Forget about Bogotá, it doesn't make sense at all.

After Rockstar was asked if it was considering setting a GTA game outside the US, Dan Houser responded:

“Yes we have, we just haven't ever made that maneuver. I would have a certain confidence of maybe doing it in England, but anywhere else I wouldn't really know what was going on. The guys who make that kind of stuff on the team may not necessarily know where to begin. I'm sure that there are lots of interesting things to talk about in Russia or China or Japan about that aspect of society but I wouldn't know what they were and so we feel it wouldn't necessarily be GTA.”

The sentence was made this year, so it surely means that GTA V is not set outside of the U.S.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 06:48 PM

Okay man.. Don't get so aggressive about it. smile.gif I never said that Bogota can be the next location. I just say that it intrigues me. Specially the listing on R*'s site.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 06:51 PM

Sorry if it seemed agressive, didn't meant to be at all. I'm just saying that GTA V will be set inside of the U.S., except if Dan Houser was lieing in his interview.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 06:58 PM

Ya its for sure that GTA V will be inside the U.S.A. but why has everyone taken it for granted that d33pthroat can only be revealing the location? He did that in revelation but that was not the only thing he revealed. Have you read the telephone conversation he had PMed to a member? Its between a European male and an American male. The european male is a contract killer who makes sure on that call that he gets compensated. He does the killing for money. Nice description for Niko Bellic, right?
I smell something fishy about Bogota because he has referred to it again and again. Its not the location but it IS something.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:08 PM

San Andreas and Vice City.







BELIEVE ME.

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#12358

Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:11 PM

QUOTE (VaroSpain @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 20:08)

BELIEVE ME.

No thanks.

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:11 PM

Thats spamming man.






BELIEVE ME. biggrin.gif
Why do you say so? Whats the base?

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Posted 24 September 2011 - 07:19 PM

QUOTE (VaroSpain @ Saturday, Sep 24 2011, 19:08)
San Andreas and Vice City.







BELIEVE ME.

Magic_Al put it best: to make just a San Andreas up to IV's standard of detail would take the development time and money of two games. And you suggest VC as well? That's a whole lot of blind faith you're asking of us.




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