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wondering

17th August 2009, 15:13
Plenty big house Kemo Sabe -i-e.

(I believe it could be "pile" but don't understand the reference to Kemo Sabe)
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bullfrog

17th August 2009, 16:15
It looks like a throwback to the speech patterns of cartoon red indians like Little Plum. Kemo Sabe was what Tonto called The Lone Ranger.
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em

17th August 2009, 16:23
Aide, I think, KemoSabe was servant to Tonto.
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em

17th August 2009, 16:29
I think, KemoSabe was what Tonto called the Lone Ranger, and Tonto was servant or aide
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em

17th August 2009, 16:32
aide?
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wondering

17th August 2009, 16:41
I never thought of aid. But what would aid have to do with "plenty big house then" ?
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em

17th August 2009, 16:53
its spelt AIDE, servant to the man in the big house
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trevor

17th August 2009, 17:11
Tonto was far from a servant or Aide to the Lone Ranger. He was a "trusty companion"/sidekick who had saved the Rangers life.
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bullfrog

17th August 2009, 17:17
I'd stick with PILE. It has a double meaning of 'plenty' and 'big house'. The Kemo Sabe reference is there to justify the cod-indian 'plenty big'.
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trevor

17th August 2009, 17:19
me thinks Bullfrog not speak with forked tongue.

not a very pc (or good) clue.
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