You're George, an old man that usually goes to a kiosk every morning in order to buy the newspaper. So, as usual, you left home at 8:15am and you went to the kiosk to buy the daily newspaper.
It would be a normal day if you didn't find a single page of a magazine next to the newspapers. You take a look at it and you start searching for magazines with similar pages but none of them seem to be related. You take a deeper look and you notice that the page has two page numbers, one at the top (156) and one at the bottom (182), and that it seems like an entertainment page of a weekly magazine so you decide to take it home, after all, you love to solve those word games!
- An error or mistake.
- A number.
- A person who writes a novel, poem, essay, etc.
- To cause, permit or enable to go.
- A public thoroughfare.
- A single sheet of paper for writing.
NY Times, Thurday, Apr 30, 2015 Martha J. Elizabeth
Amazing Opportunity! Hiring Immediately!
Our top s□les make reps over $100,000 per year with m□ny earni□g more!
- self motivat□d
- able to communicate clearly
Th□n don't hes□tate, call t□day and we will have you ear□ing money tomorrow!
Call 273-1283 to se□ up a phone inte□view with t□e sales manager, the renowned Paul Richard.
As soon as you get home, you sit in the sofa and decide to take a look at it. What did you find out?
This is my first riddle but I hope it is challenging enough! Have fun.
I'm sorry, I messed up with the word search, I edited it and I gave away a huge hint to compensate.