Juliana on June 5 at 01:00AM
I understand how Glassen can be fifth and seventh but I am not really understanding how he can also be sixth. If the order goes from K to I and L (same column) then I to F, L to N, then F to M and so on for the rest of the line, why would you only count K, I, L, F, M and not K, I, L ,F, N, and M? since both I and L are in the same column and F and N are? Hopefully that makes enough sense.
Ravi on June 7 at 08:25PM