Briguy37
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Three voting prisoners
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Rule 1: Rule 2:

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Too Many Damn Buffalos
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Let's replace the place with New York Let's replace the verb with bully Let's keep the animal as buffalo Original: Buffalo buffalo (that) Buffalo buffalo buffalo (also) buffalo Buffalo ...

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Simple riddle involving time travel
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Coin Flipping Game with the Devil
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Sadly, you never get out. To see why, let's consider 8 coins to see the pattern. The goal is to gain control, or in other words to get as many tails in a row as possible so that you can get all ...

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Jump over a bottle?
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A solution you should not tell to black hat:

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Monty Hall all over again?
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If he always opens one of the doors you did not pick at random, then the door he opens should contain a car 1/3 of the time, a sheep 1/3 of the time, and a goat 1/3 of the time. If the animals and ...

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Are there eighteen or twenty bars in my castle?
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Without 0 bars excluded: Here's why, working from the known to the unknown:

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Discuss Among Yourselves
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Within, only holes. A void all about Talking back like a grave flip the first for a shout

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How do you solve/understand this problem of who owes who?
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Just keep a running total of what each is owed (positive) or owes (negative). It doesn't matter to whom: There are people A,D,G,P "A" needs $2.50 from D,G,P "P" needs $2.50 from ...

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Persistence Reverse Calculation!
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You could brute force it by checking the persistence of each number until you find one that matches. You could get smart with different rules for building this data, such as any number with a 0 in it ...

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