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American woman's high school class ring, which was lost in Maine in 1973, has been found in a forest in Finland

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  1. [5]
    insegnamante
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    Did I just miss it or did the article completely skip over any attempt at trying to answer the main question, "how did the ring get from Maine to Finland?"

    Did I just miss it or did the article completely skip over any attempt at trying to answer the main question, "how did the ring get from Maine to Finland?"

    10 votes
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      balooga
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      I'm not sure how anyone could reasonably attempt to answer that?

      I'm not sure how anyone could reasonably attempt to answer that?

      4 votes
      1. papasquat
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        It's just kinda weird how it wasn't even addressed, like it's some normal obvious thing that a class ring goes from a department store in the US to a forest on the other side of the planet.

        It's just kinda weird how it wasn't even addressed, like it's some normal obvious thing that a class ring goes from a department store in the US to a forest on the other side of the planet.

        3 votes
      2. insegnamante
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        That's what reporting is for though, isn't it? Asking the questions and reporting the answers, even if its "we have no idea."

        That's what reporting is for though, isn't it? Asking the questions and reporting the answers, even if its "we have no idea."

        3 votes
      3. mrbig
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        Of course, we can. It was the gnomes. It's always the gnomes.

        Of course, we can.

        It was the gnomes.

        It's always the gnomes.

        5 votes