Hi everyone. I know things got a little crazy with our fly by night poster, but I did get two things out of it that you all discussed. Since that thread is closed, I wanted to bring it up here, so here it is: I had never thought about the words "bring" instead of take and "monitor" instead of "watch." It's a big deal where I live to "bring" something with me when I'm going there (only if I'm on my way) ie: My friend reminded me to bring the wine to her house because she was there already. However, if it was someone else telling me, they would say, remember to take the wine with you. So, even if it doesn't point to the person he indicated, it does make me even more suspicious of who wrote the note, like they plotting out a scene in a movie, not truly thinking from the perspective of a kidnapper . Secondly, monitor and watch are two very different words. I monitor things from my computer or even my workplace. But, when you're looking for something or someone outside, you are watching them, not monitoring them if you are on the inside. Honestly, the analyzation of these words just makes me think that the two people I thought all along were doing a cover-up. Very interesting to really look at the words in the RN. Even how it changes to "we" to "I." I think a good exercize would be to sit down (all of us) and re-write the note ourselves and see what other realizations we have!!! Have any of you ever sat down and re-wrote that note? I have not, but I'm going to. Like someone always posts and I forget who it it, "The devil is in the details."