If you rearrange 'You're Gonna Be Fine' you can make fringe.
so here are ALL the anagrams you could get with the words "you're gonna be fine"
if anyone has time to look through this huge list, and see if there are any clues/interesting ones, go ahead and post them.
hmm...there are the words fringe in there, but nothing good came up...
Dabbling In Fringe Science
My personal favourite is Begone, Fay Reunion!
I tried removing the letters FRINGE from the anagram search, but seeing as it's 60-70% vowels I'm not sure if this could help.
Last edited by MrSuperCzar; 10-19-2009 at 03:18 PM.
This is kind of random and I'm posting it here because I noticed it a while ago and I didn't feel like starting a whole new thread for it: An anagram for Olivia Dunham is Humanoid Vial.
Wow, that's interesting....lol Humanoid Vial. That makes sense. Nice one!
/offtopic and your house icon is awesome btw. (I luv Wilson.)
And lol, FractalP, are you by any chance a TRC fan? *smiles*
I like "A Neon Boney Figure".
lmao there are so many...*brain dies*
Business Card Puzzle
Please excuse me if this has appeared elsewhere. I wasn't quite sure where to post it. I have Googled this phrase and was amazed to get no results, however I composed the search. "You're gonna be fine" could be reconfigured as another anagram: "Begone You Inferna". OK - maybe too contrived, but who knows? - it is hard to find two anagrammatic phrases that suggest opposites. I'm a season and a half behind, catching up in the UK, so be gentle if I'm the 667th person to point this out.
(FYI 667 is The Neighbour of the Beast)
Cracking the Equation
The thing I find interesting about that "game" with the letters, is that it reminds me of the hidden message about Sam in the "over there" lab. Same anagram game in some way. I came to wonder if someone over there has been asked by alternate Sam to collect letters in the same way as Olivia, and what we seen on the board could be an attempt to construct a sentence. The thing would be, of course, that this person wasn't sure that Sam could be trusted, so unconsciously the phrase he had picked up was that "don't trust Sam Weiss" we all know of..