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 And then top of the page. 01/Feb/17 9:50 AM |  |
 Hurray, I made it. Peter, I like your reference to being a jinx yesterday. I guess most of us would take 65 years as our life expectancy at the time of our marriage. 01/Feb/17 9:53 AM |  |
 I'll be back after midday with the result of Monday's puzzle. 01/Feb/17 9:58 AM |  |
 Here are the answers to Monday's poozle. Although I imagined it would be too difficult for some, we had a record number of eleven respondents, with only two questions causing problems, with BACKWARD being interpreted as a comment about the quality of those states, rather than indicating that SA or More... 01/Feb/17 11:31 AM |  |
 Today's puzzle asks you to start with a single letter and make a ten letter word, and then go back to a single letter. You have to do this by adding (or subtracting) one letter at a time and making a word each time. You can rearrange the order of the letters. Clues as to what the words are are More... 01/Feb/17 11:32 AM |  |
 Well, I suppose that there could be more than one way to describe the formula, but I don't know what it would be. Perhaps I wasn't clear enough in describing what the limerick should do. If you read your limerick to a person with a reasonable knowledge of mathematics, would they be able to recreate the formula? 01/Feb/17 11:38 AM |  |
 The eleven who mastered the problem were:Hal, Judy, Peter, Bluey, Joyce, Sarah, Kathy, Greg, lonewoof, Amelia and June. Thanks to all who had a go, and especially to June, who was not having a good day and who wanted to get us to a record. 01/Feb/17 11:41 AM |  |
 Thanks for the explanation Hal. 01/Feb/17 11:42 AM |  |
 My bedtime. Night all. 01/Feb/17 2:06 PM |  |
 What are the odds we'll see that post again tomorrow? 01/Feb/17 5:39 PM |  |
 2:07 Good afternoon all! Just off to get youngest grandson from school, which started back today after summer holidays. 01/Feb/17 5:50 PM |  |
 1:33. Good evening everyone. 01/Feb/17 7:47 PM |  |
 Wayne, was driving home from one of his business trips in Northern Queensland when he saw an elderly Aboriginal man walking on the side of the road. As the trip was a long and quiet one, he stopped the car and asked the Aboriginal man if he would like a ride. With a More... 01/Feb/17 9:10 PM |  |

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