Posted By: ryo asuka <ryo_asuka@japan.com>
Date: 15 June 2001, 20:56

NOTE: i don't know if anyone has already posted what i'm about to say. if they have, well then too bad.

Note that the title of Chelsea's clue i'm referring to is "This clue do not eat". Here is the poem "Sing a Song of Sixpence", posted by mnemesis

> Sing a song of sixpence,
> A pocketful of rye;
> Four and twenty blackbirds
> Baked in a pie.
> When the pie was opened,
> The birds began to sing;
> Wasn't that a dainty dish,
> To put before the king?
> The king was in the counting-house,
> Counting out his money;
> The queen was in the parlor,
> The maid was in the garden,
> Hanging out the clothes;
> When down came a blackbird,
> And bit her on the nose.

Now, the numbers in the poem are 4 and 20, and those appear on the 6th clock.
There's also this mentioned...

> "Is there something missing? Something not? Something else?" she
> asked herself. She saw the patterns, she thought, but couldn't be sure.

> And the birds kept calling.

Obviously, the birds point to the aforementioned poem, but what of the patterns? The title of the poem contains the number six. The distance between is 4 and 10 are six; the same for 14 and 20.
Playing the numerology game, 15 = 1+5 = 6, and there's two fifteens on the clock.
66=duh.
I don't know where the 80 fits in though...