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 Testing to see if my little story can get through tonight, so I can go to bed (it’s already after 2 in the morningand I’ll have to do the puzzle later in the day!) Endless error messages last night, just hope it’s a site glitch and not my computer. |  |
 we have seen this pic toooooooooooooooo many times. easy today |  |
 A man was sitting on the edge of the bed, Observing His wife turning back And forth, looking at herself in the mirror.Since her birthday was not far off, he asked What She'd like to have for Her Birthday.I'd like to be six again, she replied, still Looking In the mirror.On the morning More... |  |
 The Wall of Fear, the Screaming Monster Roller Coaster... Everything There was. Five hours Later they staggered out of the theme park. Her Head was reeling and her Stomach Felt upside down.He then took her to a McDonald's where he Ordered Her a Happy Meal with Extra fries and a chocolate More... |  |
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 He leaned over his wife with a big smile and Lovingly asked, Well Dear, What Was it like being six again ??Her eyes slowly opened and her _expression Suddenly Changed.I meant my Dress Size !! The moral of the story: Even when a man is Listening, he is going to get it Wrong. |  |
 mmmkay :-) |  |
 third day between 13 and 14 odd mts.today spent 13;25 to see this bird.but seen before too sometime back.seem to be making less mistakes.looks like i do follow gb's clues atlast!though i dunno how to put in black and white how i arrived at my solutions .one day ihope i shall make it. |  |
 what is the solution for us guys Sarah?Maen all |  |
 9:03 Two error free days in a row. Hard to believe. |  |
 I went to buy some camouflage trousers the other day but I couldn't find any. |  |
 8:38 today. Lots of wrong setup--not enough sleep. Great picture. I saw a hummingbird feeder like this at the Silver Fork Lodge near Brighton UT where there were hundreds of birds one evening! It was beautiful. Sarah--exactly!!! |  |
 to joe b ontario--just do more sudoku. Helps everything, even guy thinking. |  |
 13.09 was stuck for awhile |  |
 thanks Jan then we get whatfor for spending to much time on those puzzles.if you know what I mean. |  |
 6:05 - interesting hummingbird shot - you rarely see them perched like this. Good MAEN and happy weekend, all! |  |
 The addict forgot the timer - just as well I think! Pretty photo, I like the way the light changes whe viewed through the bird-feeder. |  |
 to joe b ontario--Yes--it really does seem like a losing battle doesn't it. Honestly though, what is the alternative? (You see that--that is also one of our tactics--circular reasoning--we are back to your original question, but we are the ones asking it!! Losing battle) |  |
 solvable straightforward with very simple techniques! |  |
 18:04 had to guess a couple of times, but good for me Ken, still waiting for the rest of the story... |  |
 what do you get if you cross a parrot with a shark? (an animal that talks your head off) |  |
 THe bird feeder again! You must need some more pics Gath! It's a great photo but we have seen it often. |  |
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 Pushover today, nothing special needed.... |  |
 18:00 like Jeana from Maine, I guessed twice. Still loving the good natured humour on the site, and to Joe b, what can I offer but my heartfelt sympathy? To paraphrase that great Tom Arnold line, 'You can't live with us, you can't shoot us.' Rejoice everyone--weekend's upon us! |  |
 To: Sarah, great joke, I have to give the guy credit, at least he thought he was doing the right thing, so he at least should get points for that. |  |
 We have at least three hummingbird feeders aaround our yard and they frequently perch like this. They are cute little things! If a man speaks in the woods and there is no one there to hear him, is he still wrong? Not if he's asking for directions... |  |
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 This one is solvable with max depth 3. |  |
 I'd better say, solvable with a single 3sets-deep step. It's 'eliminate d9=8 at 48 filled cells' Soon more details for those who would find this hint too fuzzy. |  |
 Horror, typo :'eliminate d9=8 at 41 filled cells'. |  |
 Math teacher, why ? |  |
 And yours? |  |
 Hi GB, I had the same solution today... I just read yesterday's comments and saw your note to me, I'll have to go back and check out the triple. Thanks! |  |
 just thought something great like that. Your like alien smart! |  |
 I mean 'its out of this world' how your brain works |  |
 The real moral of Sarah's story is that women like to think they are mysterious when they just communicate poorly. If she really wanted to let someone know her preferred dress size she would have said 'I want to be A six'. |  |

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