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Easy Sudoku for 28/August/2009


Choose a number, and place it in the grid above.

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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Good Maen
28/Aug/09 12:00 AM
Good morning people of the world.
28/Aug/09 12:00 AM
Congrats to those who got the easy puzzle yesterday!

Heidi, André, Linda, Plum, Greg, Rena, Rayray, and Kathy!

Here is the solution:

Six sudoku players, whose names are Fiona Floozy, Rayray Smith, Andre Amorous, Mama Cita, Kathy Baltimore, and Canuk Greg were in an More...
28/Aug/09 12:08 AM
Ready for the next brain teaser?

What number should replace the question mark in this series? Why?

03 - 7 - 5 - 5 - 4 - 7 - 6 - 6 - 7 - ?

As always, please send your solutions directly to me along with the reason for your answer!

28/Aug/09 12:11 AM
Maen all - for those who might be interested, I've put some new pics up on my page = they'll be coming through the sudoku pages at some point. Though I don't post much, I love this site and enjoy its sense of community
28/Aug/09 12:17 AM
oh what a pretty picture!!! captures the meditative mood I associate with eastern religion monks!
28/Aug/09 12:23 AM
Hmmmm. Do I see numbers in that puzzle, Glenn?

I'll have to think about it later, off to the dentist.
28/Aug/09 12:26 AM
What a thought-provoking photo!
Good luck at the dentist, Kathy; I'm off to the hairdresser ... I may need luck too; going to a new guy.
28/Aug/09 12:32 AM
28/Aug/09 12:55 AM
Today's "Famous Birthdays": Paul Reubens, best known for his character Pee-wee Herman and Tuesday Weld. (you remember her, guys…)
28/Aug/09 12:56 AM
Chores beckon. Later all Y'all...

28/Aug/09 12:58 AM
I wonder if that's a picture of Dino?
28/Aug/09 1:08 AM
Let's hope Tuesday Weld doesn't meet Paul Reubens in a dark theatre!
28/Aug/09 1:14 AM
But I loved Pee Wee Herman!
28/Aug/09 1:30 AM
I thought of dino right away, too, but she's a Buddhist nun.
28/Aug/09 1:41 AM
Good Morning all!
I think this is a photo taken by dino!
Speaking of photos - Peg - visited your gallery...what a treat! Well done!
28/Aug/09 2:12 AM
I, too, thought of dino. It looks like one of hers.
28/Aug/09 2:19 AM
1:57 - under 2 minutes - "monk on rocks" is better than "monk on the rocks"
I'm hughely busy now through Sunday. I'll be checking in, but probably won't be playing much in Sudokuland. RSVPs to JaneJam in my inbox. Spouses/guests welcome.
28/Aug/09 2:19 AM
2:28 Hi to all. A wonderful juxtaposition.

Thought for the Day:

Pondering on hair follicles...I'm hoping my Arrector Pilis are still attached after a long shower and I'm also trying to work out how many µms I'm producing on my head everyday.
28/Aug/09 2:24 AM
The woman applying for a job in a Florida lemon grove seemed to be far too qualified for the job.
The foreman frowned and said, "I have to ask you this: Have you had any actual experience in picking lemons?"

28/Aug/09 2:24 AM
...let alone my chin.
28/Aug/09 2:25 AM
Thought I'd stop by...
28/Aug/09 2:31 AM
and win the race. hehehe
28/Aug/09 2:32 AM
Actually, I believe Dino is a monk.
28/Aug/09 2:33 AM
You're right, Keith. Dino is a nun. For some reason, I thought I'd read somewhere that she was a monk and thought it unusual.
28/Aug/09 2:38 AM

Good one...

28/Aug/09 2:56 AM
Glenn......A murderer?????
Hi Everybody....Have a GREAT DAY!
28/Aug/09 3:39 AM
Instead of lemons, I think it's sour grapes.
28/Aug/09 4:09 AM
Yesterday's "Kathy puzzle":

Add one straight line to make this true

20 10 5 = 4.40

Add a line to the top of the 1:

20 T0 5 = 4.40 (time)

I don't know who even tried, but Greg figured it out!
28/Aug/09 4:13 AM
Glenn, I have tried those numbers every way I can think of with no luck! I'll leave it to the "math wizards" in Sudokuland!

Here's a "wordy" for those who join me in the land of the math challenged....

The following definitions are for words that More...
28/Aug/09 4:36 AM
28/Aug/09 5:01 AM

This is a particularly gnarly problem!

You might try again, but think "outside the envelope" and you may find that your math skills are far more than sufficient!

To quote Sir Winston Churchill,

"Never give up. Never give up. Never, never give up."
28/Aug/09 5:03 AM
good day at bowling today - nice to get back in the swing of things with the kids back to school -
28/Aug/09 6:23 AM
The Smiths were unable to conceive children and decided to use a surrogate father to start their family. On the day the proxy father was to arrive, Mr. Smith kissed his wife goodbye and said, 'Well, I am off now. The man should be here soon.'

Half an hour later, just by chance, a More...
28/Aug/09 6:47 AM
I have thought outside the envelope, inside the envelope, around the envelope, beside the envelope, on top of the envelope, and have now resorted to setting the envelope on fire, Glenn.
28/Aug/09 6:53 AM
28/Aug/09 8:13 AM

You are going to really hate me when you see the solution tomorrow...

I still love you, though!

28/Aug/09 8:16 AM
Well, off to Toastmasters for the evening!
28/Aug/09 8:16 AM
Jim I remember that tale from about 40 years ago. More to the point then than now with IVF etc.
28/Aug/09 8:22 AM
One page!? May be some sort of record for this late in the day.
I obviously have to go back now and check out Glenn's puzzle.
28/Aug/09 8:23 AM
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