Titus Andronicus? Perhaps referring directly to the Shakespeare play? Based on the divine intervention it could be something like Deus Ex Machina. I feel pretty unsure of both of these since I don't understand the BoRe thing, but [Greek-based] drama seems like a good path to go down.
EDIT: I like where the Fistful of Mercy idea is headed though
Well, when bore something you tend to go through it and when you punch a hole in the wall, it's normally with a fist.
Got it...but it doesn't take into account that Gary said the B and R are uppercase for a reason.
ok so it looks like we have to figure something that fits the word bore and the B and R thing, so im thinking theyre either initals or an abbreviation for something, or it could be that they are totally independent but representing something important starting with B and something else starting with R. i definitely think that we may have to get away from the Bo____ Re_____ idea though...
...unless someone comes up with something spectacular that makes this all null. im totally stumped on this one.
Post by plasticpepper on Jan 31, 2011 20:07:46 GMT -5
It just occurred to me that the wording "from one BoRe to another" had me mostly thinking a BoRe referred to a person...as in one person talking to another. And from what I've seen, it seems like a lot of people were kind of assuming that. But that doesn't really make much sense with the second half of the sentence.
It might make more sense if the BoRes were geographic places or maybe some sort of timeframe. Something that could describe the boundaries of the war amongst champions, y'know? A war could rage from one coast/city/country/etc to another. Or it could rage from one day/year/decade/etc to another.
The more I look at that first sentence the more I'm thinking our BoRes might not be people.
2 members still doing it Brian may and Roger taylor
then there's this i pulled off some lolla board: "From one BoRe to another (Another One Bites The Dust), a war (Warboys) rages amongst champions (We Are The Champions). We're calling (Calling All Girls) for divine intervention (The Miracle)."
i was searching for some wording in the clue and their thread was the top hit. it's better reasoning than pretty much everything i've seen in this thread so i wouldnt discount it just because of where it came from. as if some random post on this board is any better than some random post on theirs anyways. plus, i had to find the B-R connection myself. also worth noting queen just resigned with a new label last august and are looking to tour.
Post by Homer J. Fong on Feb 1, 2011 9:20:32 GMT -5
I really think that Bo and Re are abbreviations for something - otherwise, why the capitalization? If it was meant to be "bore," or any play on that, why emphasize the caps? And while I like the number theory, it ignores the capital letters as well as the "o" and "e".
I'm working abbreviations.com right now for Bo and Re. They each have like 50+ possible abbreviations. I'm seeing if any of them fit together and make sense, but it's a lot of work.