The aim of this puzzle is to find the listed number sequences
in the jumble of numbers. The numbers may be backward or forward, up or
down or they may be diagonal. When you finish, you will see a score
card, which gives you a count of sequences you found and sequences you
peeked at, as well as the total time you took to solve the puzzle. More
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Three friends went out for drinks. The waiter brought them a check for $30, so each one of them paid $10. When the waiter took the cash, he realized he had made a mistake, and the check was for $25 instead. When he gave their change back, each friend got a dollar and they left the remaining two dollars as a tip. Therefore, each customer paid $9; multiplied by 3 this equals $27; plus $2 for the tip equals $29. Where is the remaining dollar? Solution
You saw a melanistic Panthera pardus in a Tarzan movie. What is it likely that you called it?
Not all wines require aging. In fact, many wines are intended to be drunk young and they do not require aging. Typically, red wines that have high tannins are the only wines that require aging. There are also some white wines that will benefit from aging, such as Rieslings, but in general they are intended to be drunk young as well. There are also those wines that taste worse after being aged and those that will not change much at all.... Read
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