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What is the answer to the end of your story?

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Posted by Flower Pagan ( on March 26, 2003 at 15:24:29:

In Reply to: Re: The full answer posted by pork ( on March 21, 2003 at 18:06:17:


How did you know that the audience is on the edge of their seats? I am very curious, yes indeed!!! Pork, man, did you create this yourself? If you did, you are darn good because you sure arrouse my curiosity, like a logic puzzle. See, I am not into riddles, but I enjoy logic puzzles! My gifted friend struggle with it because she reads into what it is saying instead of taking it at face value, like it gave a month, she was wondering what year, when it is logical to know it is speaking of the same year. I guess, she would hate law. I view things as if I was in the court room when I want the facts. I look at many things like a product while others may not see the connections.

People recognize not to waste money on knowingly faulty products, like paying for a car with no motor at reguar price. LOL Well, I consider my time and energy just as valuable, so anything that is going to demand my time and energy long-term is a product to me. Maybe, I see man a by product of marriage, which may be why I don't want to get married. ha, ha, ha.

I am not surprised that nobody figured out Bart's riddle. I sometimes wonder does he write these things to use as an opportunity to criticize others as being stupid, when actually, only Bartolomew, himself is the only one who could be the arbitrator of his arbitrary riddles because they were only written for his interpretation and understanding. The English language is arbitrary enough without any help for anybody else.

His riddles reminds me of the diet industry because it is set up for failure for any one who tries it, and I am not the type of person who waste time on things that is guarenteed failure when I can focus more on things that gains more success, Anthony Robbins (3w2) and Dr. Phil McGraw (8w9) would back me on this one. LOL Can you imagine Oprah (3w2) focusing on anything that would only produce failure? It is like a "kick me please" game if you ask me. I am sure he would love to criticize me on this one too on my ability to think.

Making "A's" speaks for itself. I do better in Computer and Communications classes, then I did in my arbitrary major classes in Human Services and those teachers's teaching style. I like the rational classes and teachers better where I am more free to focus on learning and achievement. I admit, I love doing speeches and presentations, which connects me to Three! I love it!

Pork, don't torture us, please relieve me of my curiosity and tell us the answer, it has been 5 days now. I know you want to wait on Bartolomew to respond with the answer. Who knows, maybe, he is trying out the Rubik cube to come up with the answer. Do you think he is doing that? I will be anxiously waiting for the answer, which will be the most unexpected answer, like a murder mystery. LOL One of these days, I may go to a Murder Mystery party. LOL

Flower Pagan

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> Heck, I shoulda known. I made the "wood = structure" assumption, too.

> Now... it's a weightless fluttering bird, it's a plane in outer space...

> No, it's _Puzzle Panic Pig_ with another gripping, dramatic episode of "Finish the Story"!

> "Melvin and his Rubik's Cube"

> Melvin was playing with his Rubik's cube. He didn't like to miss out on the world's visual goodies, so he thought to himself "I want to see every possible combination on this Rubik's cube." He turned it around in his hands, looking at all the sides. "That's ONE combination," he thought. Just as he was about to start making all the possible patterns, his mother called from the kitchen, "Dinner will be ready in five minutes!" Realizing he didn't have much time, he decided to settle for knowing how many patterns were possible. He did a little mental arithmetic, and arrived at a number. At dinner, he wiped a spaghetti stain from his chin, and yelped out "HEY, Mom and Dad, do you know how many ways you can arrange a Rubik's cube?" Dad glanced over his newspaper and mumbled "Nuh-uh." Melvin squinted through his glasses, and continued, "Wellllll, it's...."

> Only you can bring this exciting story to an end! WHAT did Melvin say? Our studio audience is on the edge of their seats, waiting to hear from you.... (drum roll)

> ^(oo)^

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