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 Yep! A 'western sunset'! Actually ...an absolutely gorgeous western sunset! 09/Sep/10 12:05 AM |  |
 Shiela, Western sunsets are boring - I've never seen an eastern sunset - have you? I think sunrises are best, because at least you've lived another day. Best regards, Neil 09/Sep/10 12:12 AM |  |
 dare I say too easy?UP=56; (5=6)g6-(6=257)d567 => e6<>5; UP=81. 09/Sep/10 12:15 AM |  |
 Pretty straightforward:1. Unique possibilities to 53.2. f2=3 (to avoid the 16 unresolvable rectangle at bf12).UP81. 09/Sep/10 12:16 AM |  |
 go to the gulf coast of Florida sometime Neil (say St. Pete) - spectacular sunsets. 09/Sep/10 12:18 AM |  |
 farpointer - if the sun sets in the east there, I shall certainly go. Thanks, Neil 09/Sep/10 12:23 AM |  |
 SE=4.5 09/Sep/10 12:29 AM |  |
 Actually it does set in the East there Neil (Eastern USA). 09/Sep/10 12:33 AM |  |
 Neil,after sunrise,you've lived another night. If you want to live another day, watch the sun set.Regards, Alfred. 09/Sep/10 12:38 AM |  |
 I've read, so please don't shoot the messenger, that the sun doesn't set; the earth rotates and revolves around the sun, hence the sunrise and sunsets. 09/Sep/10 12:41 AM |  |
 Sunrise ... sunset ... whatever ... any day you wake up on the right side of the grass is a good day! 09/Sep/10 12:43 AM |  |
 ralphmouth: this is nonsense, the earth is flat - I know this by simple inspection. 09/Sep/10 12:46 AM |  |
 ralphmouth, BANG! BANG! Best regards, Neil - PS: what is the difference between 'rotates' and 'revolves'? 09/Sep/10 1:07 AM |  |
 maen all! yup, lemon bay just south of our place in venice,fla. is locally famous for eastern sunsets and western sunrises. actually its just an illusion caused by the orientation of the bay. 09/Sep/10 1:26 AM |  |
 The earth rotates and rotates around the sun has a different meaning to the earth rotates and revolves around the sun. 09/Sep/10 1:30 AM |  |
 reminds me of a running gag in Westlake's Dortmunder series of comic novels - the denizens of the bar where the gang held it's secret meetings had similar edifying discussions. 09/Sep/10 1:36 AM |  |
 7:08 in order 09/Sep/10 1:55 AM |  |
 While there is beauty in both a sunrise & sunset - the firery is a sunset. Maybe this is because I'm a west coaster. 09/Sep/10 3:39 AM |  |
 pretty straight forward today! 09/Sep/10 4:11 AM |  |
 5:36 Maen! Piece of cake today, and a pretty picture, too. 09/Sep/10 4:39 AM |  |
 Too simple after three pretty tough ones in a row. 09/Sep/10 5:07 AM |  |
 12:23 09/Sep/10 5:51 AM |  |
 Sudoku UK extreme #207.(SE rating 7.3)SST to UP=39.i) kraken cell (589)b9=>h9<>9(5)b9-b4=f4-f6=(5-9)g6=h6||(8)b9-(8=9)c7-c4=(9-5)b4=f4-f6=(5-9)g6=h6| |(9)b9ii)(9)g7=i79-(9=7)i3-(7=1)i8-19=(1-9)h1=h6=>g6<>9UP=81. 09/Sep/10 6:58 AM |  |
 "The earth is flat..." in Wisconsin that statement can seem true. Not so much in the Rockies..... 09/Sep/10 9:55 AM |  |
 For once, I found a puzzle far easier than indicated in the proofs above, basically UP81. D4 has to be 6 because of where the other 6s are in E and F, and from there it is just clerical work. The puzzle solved itself UP56, and the obvious 6 clinched the rest. 09/Sep/10 10:46 AM |  |
 My parents were on tour with a fellow who, looking at a beautiful sunset, said he'd like to get his bearings and asked which way was north.Perhaps he wasn't sure because had seen some eastern sunsets? I've lived in the eastern US my whole life and I must say I have never seen an eastern sunset, and hope I never do! That would truly be unsettling. 09/Sep/10 11:18 AM |  |
 too many nines and ones; I made a typo:ii)(9)g7=i79-(9=7)i3-(7=1)i8-19=(1-9)h1=h6=>g6<>9should have i1, not i9.ii)(9)g7=i79-(9=7)i3-(7=1)i8-11=(1-9)h1=h6=>g6<>9 09/Sep/10 2:45 PM |  |
 6:53, very easy today. 09/Sep/10 5:38 PM |  |
 Hi Alfred, Please tell me what the difference is - thanks. Neil 09/Sep/10 6:41 PM |  |
 I think this is the most comments I've ever seen on tough. 09/Sep/10 10:13 PM |  |
 Amelia, Not now. 09/Sep/10 10:24 PM |  |
 A lovely sunset at a lovely place. 09/Sep/10 11:31 PM |  |
 Neil; The meaning of Ralphmouth's: "the earth rotates and revolves around the sun" I understood,without further thought, to mean "the earth rotates (about itself), and also rotates about the sun". When you say "the earth rotates and rotates and rotates and rotates around More... 09/Sep/10 11:37 PM |  |

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