Room Thirty-Seven

...a long, open room with no roof.
"What is going on here?" they wondered.
"Sometimes, important messages are couched in ambiguous terms," I said. "That net may help you catch the answer to your question."
They looked doubtful. "We must look at this from all sides before we make a decision." At last, they were learning.
They really couldn't decide which way to go; half of them wanted to go one way, half another. They were close to splitting up when there was a rattling sound and one of the doors was shaken from the other side.
They all stopped talking and moved closer together. They soon agreed on a direction and we departed for... 15. 10. 42. 20.

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