Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Brain Teaser for 8/25/2016

1. The sentence below is George Bernard Shaw's comment on chess. Can you reconstruct the original quotation?

"they clever are time making expedient foolish doing wasting very something for idle is a they chess people when their are only believe"

2.  There are 11 body parts that have only 3 letters (no slang allowed). What are they?

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Trivia for 8/25/2016

An arts complex building was opened in Paris in 1977. It has a very controversial design. Which French President is it named after

1. Pompidou
2. Mitterand
3. d'Estang
4. De Gaulle

Incrediball: The Seven Sapphires

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Culinary Trivia 2

Are you looking for some of the interesting facts about food or culinary? If your answer is yes, then here are some of the most amusing facts you must know. Share these facts and impress your friends. Today these foods are so common that it is really hard to imagine life without it. However, when these interesting facts were first brought into notice, it was considered as a myth, but slowly it turns out to be real. This list is just to give you an idea about some of the most important trivia that is related to about food and culinary items.....Read On

Today's Puzzle "Leopardy"

Leopardy is a Jeopardy style trivia game with a fun twist to it. Think you are pretty smart? Then give Leopardy a try.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Smiley Chomp"

Eat the pebbles and avoid the Chompers in this Pacman type maze game.
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Monday, August 15, 2016

Brain Teaser for 8/15/2016

I am loud or quiet.
I am sudden or expected.
I am a strong medication.
I am a relief in certain situations.
I am caused by embarrassment and/or happiness.
I am found in many good friendships.
I am .......

Trivia for 8/15/2016

The tallest breed of dog in the world was once owned only by nobles. What is it?

1. Irish Wolfhound
2. English Foxhound
3. Scottish Deerhound
4. Afghan Hound

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Thursday, August 4, 2016

Brain Teaser for 8/5/2016

Can you decipher this nursery rhyme?
Complications arose during an investigation of dietary
influence; one researcher was unable to assimilate adipose
tissue, and another was unable to consume tissue consisting
chiefly of muscle fiber. By a reciprocal arrangement
between the two researchers, total consumption of the
viands under consideration was achieved, thus leaving
the original container of the viands devoid of contents

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Trivia for 8/5/2016

For which movie did John Wayne win an Oscar?

1. Midnight Cowboy
2. Rooster Cogburn
3. The Alamo
4. True Grit

Today's Puzzle "Sudoku Original"

Take what you can of these classic Sudoku puzzles and see how far you'll go. Will you solve the numerical riddle?
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Today's Featured Online Game - "The Black Knight"

Get Medieval! A fun little action game. Smash and bash "most" everything and get coins so you can buy better weapons.
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Mathematics of Sudoku

A completed Sudoku grid is a special type of Latin square with the additional property of no repeated values in any partition of the 9×9 block into contiguous 3×3 blocks. The relationship between the two theories is now completely known, after Denis Berthier proved in his recent book, "The Hidden Logic of Sudoku", that a first order formula that does not mention blocks (also called boxes or regions) is valid for....Read On

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Brain Teaser for 8/3/2016

LETTERS w/Logic?

1.  100 Z in a G
2. 100 T in a G of S
3. 6= S of a H
4.  1 = P of P P that P P P
5. 1 F T M 2 F T S

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Trivia for 8/3/2016

This Frankish king was crowned an emperor by Pope Leo III after he had restored him to the papacy. This laid the basis for the Holy Roman Empire in 800. Who was he?

1. Charlemagne
2. Louis I
3. Constantine VI
4. Pepin the Short

Agatha Christie: Death on the Nile

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Today's Puzzle "Four Piece Tangram"

Do not look down upon this ancient puzzle game - it may be much more complicated than you have imagined! Your task is to make use of the 4 tiles provided to form the required shapes.
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How to Increase Child's IQ?

Fact is that most of our children are struggling to keep up. They're living with perpetual tiredness; are difficulty in concentrating on their studies, behaving erratically or feeling anxious, stressful, irritable or depressed all the time. At such a tender age, they are experiencing sleeping problems. There is sufficient scientific evidence to prove, that too many children suffer from mental health problems ranging from attention deficit disorder to autism, hyperactivity and dyslexia; or they're simply not achieving their full potential in school and at home because....Read On

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Sunday, July 24, 2016

Today's Featured Online Game - "Space Invaders"

Space Invaders is one of the earliest shooting games and the aim is to defeat waves of aliens with a laser cannon to earn as many points as possible.
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Today's Puzzle "Pegz"

There's a little board of pegs here. You have to figure out the puzzle to eliminate all the pegs, leaving only one.
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Trivia for 7/25/2016

If you journeyed to the very center of the earth, what two main elements would you find?

 1. Iron and copper
 2. Aluminum and iron
 3. Carbon and hydrogen
 4. Iron and nickel

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Brain Teaser for 7/25/2016

Across a stream runs a row of eight stepping stones. On one side of the stream, on the first five stones, sit five girl lizards-Liza, Lizzie, Lottie, Lola, and Liz-and they want to get across to the other side. There's one empty stone in the middle. On the other side are three boy lizards, waiting to come across the other way-Lonnie, Leo, and Len. Only one lizard moves at a time. Any lizard may hop to the next stone if it is empty, or may hop over one lizard of the opposite sex onto an empty stone. Can you get all the lizards across the river, and what's the smallest number of leaps?

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Friday, July 22, 2016

Today's Featured Online Game - "Angry Birds"

Angry Birds is one of the most successful mobile phone games of all time. It sprang to popularity on the iPhone selling more than 12 million copies and then spread to many other phones, consoles and computers. Play this game inspired by Angry Birds for free in flash at A Fun Zones Retro Arcade.
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Today's Puzzle "Triplets"

 The player and the computer take turns placing identical pieces on the board. The goal of the game is to be the first player to make three in a row horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. The Player first checkbox determines who makes the first move..
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Trivia for 7/23/2016

As it applies to time zones, what does "GMT" stand for?

 1. Gross Metered Time
 2. Greenwich Mean Time
 3. Global Mean Time
 4. Global Metric Time

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Brain Teaser for 7/23/2016

1.  Three Points on a Hemisphere
 Three points are selected at random on a sphere's surface. What is the probability that they all lie in the same hemisphere? Assume that the great circle, bordering a hemisphere, is part of the hemisphere.

2.  I am a window, I am a lamp, I am clouded, I am shining, and I am colored; set in white, I fill with water and overflow. I say much, but I have no words. What am I?

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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Today's Featured Online Game - "SONIC THE HEDGEHOG"

Play sonic the hedgehog flash game for free here. Play as sonic or knuckles, click start to play. Sonic the hedgehog began in 1991 on the genesis (mega drive) and quickly became Sega's leading game.

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Today's Puzzle "High Scoring Sudoku"

Even if you have never played a game of Sudoku, you must have heard about its irresistible fun. Why not try it yourself online and treat yourself with excellent logical training?
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Trivia for 7/22/2016

In 1976, a fleet of "Tall Ships" sailed into New York Harbor. What event were they celebrating?

 1. The Bicentennial of the United States
 2. Columbus Day
 3. Veteran's Day
 4. The anniversary of the Boston Tea Party

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Brain Teaser for 7/22/2016

A Quiz For People Who Know Everything

1.  There's one "sport" in which neither the spectators nor the participants know the score or the leader until the contest ends. What is it?
2.  What famous North American landmark is constantly moving backward?
3.  Of all vegetables, only two can live to produce on their own for several growing seasons. All other vegetables must be replanted every year. What are the only two perennial vegetables?
4. Name the only sport in which the ball is always in possession of the team on defense, and the offensive team can score without touching the ball?
5.  What fruit has its seeds on the outside?
6.  In many liquor stores, you can buy pear brandy, with a real pear inside the bottle. The pear is whole and ripe, and the bottle is genuine; it hasn't been cut in any way. How did the pear get inside the bottle?
7. Only three words in standard English begin with the letters "dw." They are all common. Name two of them.
8. There are fourteen punctuation marks in English grammar. Can you name half of them?
9.  Where are the lakes that are referred to in the "Los Angeles Lakers?"
10. There are seven ways a baseball player can legally reach first base without getting a hit. Taking a base on balls, a walk, is one way. Name the other six.
11. It's the only vegetable or fruit that is never sold frozen, canned, processed, cooked, or in any other form but fresh. What is it?
12. Name six or more things that you can wear on your feet that begin with the letter "S."

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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Today's Puzzle "Math Search"

Solving equations may look like a piece of cake to the math masters, but is it still easy when you need to spot the needle in the haystack? Come and check if you are observant enough in this interesting puzzle game with a mathematical twist! Your goal is to solve the given equations one by one, then locate the answers in a grid which contains numerous numbers.
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Trivia for 7/21/2016

Which Scottish inventor patented the steam engine in 1769?

 1. Thomas Edison
 2. Thomas Newcomen
 3. James Watt
 4. Benjamin Franklin

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Brain Teaser for 7/21/2016

"Do you always believe what you see?" asked Snorkel, taking four cards from a regular pack of playing cards and discarding the rest. "What do you mean?" replied Twanger. Snorkel showed Twanger his four cards : an ace, a three, a ten and a jack. After secretly arranging them in a certain order, he dealt them face down in a line on the table. "I've seen this trick before!" cried Twanger. "You want me to tell you where the jack is." "The jack!" exclaimed Snorkel. "There are two jacks in these four cards." How is it possible and where are they in the four face-down cards?

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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Today's Featured Online Game - "Super Mario Brothers"

The game world has coins scattered around it for Mario to collect, and special bricks marked with a question mark ("?"), which when hit from below by Mario, may reveal more coins or a special item.
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Today's Puzzle "Squares"

Be prepared to indulge in the exciting game of Squares! Your aim in this game is to rotate the objects until 4 of the same kind form the four corners of a square, so that those objects can be removed.
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Trivia for 7/20/2016

In 1976, a fleet of "Tall Ships" sailed into New York Harbor. What event were they celebrating?

 1. The Bicentennial of the United States
 2. Columbus Day
 3. Veteran's Day
 4. The anniversary of the Boston Tea Party

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Brain Teaser for 7/20/2016

In order to win a free laptop computer, students had to guess the exact numbers of gumballs in a jar. The students guessed 45, 41, 55, 50, and 43, but nobody won. The guesses were off by 3, 7, 5, 7, and 2 (given in no particular order). From this information, can you determine the number of gumballs in the jar?

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Monday, July 18, 2016

Today's Featured Online Game - "FROGGER"

The game Frogger is known to be one of the most popular games for its time. The most enjoyable aspect of Frogger is the fact that the game is fairly simple to play. We can say this because their really is no direct story line involved in the game, it simply involves a frog that tries to to cross a busy road. The role of the player however is to control the Frog and get him across the road safely without being hit.
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Today's Puzzle "Knight Switch"

Is the knight on the rim dim? Find out the answer as you attempt to swap the positions of the two groups of knights! At each level of
the game you will be given a chessboard, with the two groups of knights facing each other. The pieces can move in the same ways as in a game of chess, that is, they can move two squares vertically and then one square horizontally, or two squares horizontally and then one square vertically. Click and drag a piece to a valid position which will be highlighted in red, then continue the process until the two groups of knights have exchanged their positions. Your current number of moves and the remaining time will be displayed on the left of the screen. If you cannot complete the level within the time limit, the game ends. As you advance in the game, the boards may appear in different sizes and shapes. Challenge your mind and endeavor to complete all 5 levels!
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Trivia for 7/19/2016

Of what two gases is earth's atmosphere mainly composed?

 1. carbon dioxide and oxygen
 2. argon and nitrogen
 3. hydrogen and oxygen
 4. oxygen and nitrogen

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Brain Teaser for 7/19/2016

1. A man gave one son 10 cents and another son was given 15 cents. What time is it?

2. Round and round the ragged rock, The rugged rascal ran. Tell me how many r's are in that?

3. 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?

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Sunday, July 17, 2016

Today's Featured Online Game - "Pacman Online"

The lovable Pac-Man is back and better than ever! Play the Classic you know and love, or try out the new Enhanced mode, with updated graphics! Who can forget the countless hours and quarters spent avoiding pesky ghosts while chompin� on dots and gobbling up the delicious fruit for bonus points? Relive the retro Arcade Action as you munch down Power Pellets and zip through different mazes in Pac-Man!
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Today's Puzzle "Strategy"

A fun little thinking game! The objective of the game is to have control of the most armies after all tiles have been placed.  Each turn you receive a numbered tile to place anywhere not taken on the board.  If this tile is adjacent to any ally tiles, it will strengthen their defenses.  If it is adjacent to any enemy tiles, it will take control over them if its number is higher than the number on the enemy tile.
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Trivia for 7/18/2016

What speed barrier was broken for the first time in 1947?

 1. Underwater
 2. Sound barrier
 3. Four minute mile
 4. Land

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Brain Teaser for 7/18/2016

Although I exist alone, I am often intertwined with others as the threads of a spider web. When worn there's an expression that signifies you shall not leave me. A man with a name meaning knowledgeable one once said that I am part of a set of four and that I have less than ten folds.


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Heart's Medicine - Season One

Share the ups and downs of life as a resident doctor in Heart's Medicine - Season One, a heartwarming new experience from the creators of the hit Delicious series. Meet Allison Heart, a young medical student performing her residency at the Still Creek Clinic. It's her first day under the guidance of the doctor who inspired her career choice, and she's very anxious to start helping people in need. But while she's prepared for the hustle and bustle of treating patients, she's also about to realize that being a doctor involves much more than just dressing a bandage and writing a prescription.

Play Allison In this inspiring first chapter as she learns to believe in herself so that one day she may become a great doctor like her mentor. Involve yourself in the lives of other doctors and patients to help them get better physically, as well as emotionally. Treat patients with skill-based mini-games, upgrade the clinic with better facilities, and make friends with a varied cast of characters. With five different hospital areas, 60 upgrades, 50 achievements, special Easter eggs, and an emotionally engaging storyline offering drama, comedy and romance, Heart's Medicine will move you from the start.

•Play a resident doctor in this inspiring Time Management experience.
•Involve yourself in the lives of other doctors and patients to help them get better physically, as well as emotionally.
•Treat patients with skill-based mini-games and upgrade the clinic with better facilities.
•Follow special cases from beginning to end and earn special achievements.
•Enjoy hidden Easter eggs and an emotionally engaging story offering drama, comedy and romance.
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Saturday, July 16, 2016

Today's Featured Online Game - "Jungle Fruit"

Come to the Jungle and take on the fruits of nature. Game play is simple but to become the King of the Jungle on the high score list it is going to take a roar of skill. Battle your way through stacks of barrels to release the fruit to achieve the best score.
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Today's Puzzle "Pearl Hunt"

Get all the pearls while going through the maze. Get 10 pearls through the maze before the time runs out. Click on the orange clam shell to shift the rows on the maze horizontally.
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Trivia for 7/17/2016

After the English had seized the town of New Amsterdam in North America from the Dutch in the 1660s, what did they rename it?
 1. Chicago
 2. New Jersey
 3. New Orleans
 4. New York

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Brain Teaser for 7/17/2016

 I can precede a bug
 I can precede a child
 I can be held dear
 I can be wild
 I can be an affair to remember
 I can be less
 That's it for now...can you guess?


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Friday, July 15, 2016

Today's Puzzle "Hexxagon"

Hexxagon probably isn't one of the first games you think of when it comes to retro classics, but it was such a great game that I had to remake it in Flash. It's an adaptation of the board game Ataxx by the now sadly defunct Argo Games in 1992. You play as the red diamonds and your opponent (either another player or the computer) plays as the blue globules. Your goal is to take over all the spaces on the board, and you do this by leaping into the spaces next to your opponent's pieces. 
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Trivia for 7/16/2016

This popular movie star of the twenties starred in "The Sheik". Who was he?

 1. Rudolph Valentino
 2. Harold Lloyd
 3. Johnny Weissmuller
 4. Douglas Fairbanks

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Brain Teaser for 7/16/2016

1. Using all of the digits from I to 9 once each, create three 3-digit numbers that are in a ratio of 1:2:3. There are four solutions.

2. Rhonda will go see ballet but not opera. Her favorite number is eight and she doesn't like nine. She likes salmon but not trout. She hates Mondays but likes Wednesdays. Does she use a comb or a brush?

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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Today's Puzzle "Runic"

The goal of Runic is to energize the entire board, utilizing your magical Runestones, before being consumed by the Fire of the Magi. To do this, you will need to energize one section at a time, by placing a usable Runestone within each portion.  
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Trivia for 7/15/2016

Zorbing is a sport in which one rolls down a hill encased inside a giant inflatable pvc ball. From what country did this sport originate?

 1. Australia
 2. Britain
 3. India
 4. New Zealand

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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Today's Puzzle "Force Within"

Force Within is one of those sit back and relax while playing games. There's no pressure as you simply click on the spots where you want to move the tiles to but keep in mind you're forced to stay within 2 spots of where you start. Overall object is to remove the tiles from the playing area by creating rows or columns of 4 or more. The computer will try to stop you by placing tiles on the screen. He's not very good at what he does because you can see his next move and either block him or use his tiles to your advantage. 
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Brain Teaser for 7/14/2016

The tour guide was finishing the tour at Mozart's grave and told everyone that if they listened very carefully, they could hear actual music coming from the grave. Everyone immediately fell silent and, sure enough, symphony music could be distinctly heard coming from the ground although it sounded as if it were being played backwards. What could possibly explain this?

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Trivia for 7/14/2016

Who said "Eureka!" when he sat in his bathtub and discovered the properties of displacement?

 1. Eureka
 2. Archimedes
 3. Plautus
 4. Euripedes

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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Brain Teaser for 7/13/2016

Frogger the magic frog can jump 10 feet using his magical magic jump, but his magic loses its power by a half each time, so his next jump only goes as far as 5 feet. The next jump will take him 2.5 feet, and so on. How many jumps does it take to make it all the way across a 100 foot long pond?

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Trivia for 7/13/2016

The Bronx Zoo once had a picture frame covered by cloth. It was labeled "The most dangerous species in the world." If you removed the cover, what framed object did you see?'

 1. A rat
 2. A great white shark
 3. A virus
 4. A mirror

Monday, July 11, 2016

Brain Teaser for 7/12/2016

A 30 year old man married a 25 year old woman. She died at age 50 and her husband was so devastated that he cried for years. Ten years after he stopped crying, he died. If he had lived to be 80, how many years was he a widower?

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Trivia for 7/12/2016

What was the real last name of authors Ellis, Acton, and Currer Bell?

 1. Shelley
 2. Austen
 3. Bronte
 4. Eliot

Friday, July 8, 2016

Trivia for 7/9/2016

What dog breed is suspicious of strangers, has a thick coat with a ruff around the head and neck, and has a black tongue?

 1. Shar Pei
 2. Chow Chow
 3. Chinese Crested
 4. Akita

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Brain Teaser for 7/9/2016

"How old are your daughters?" Fred asked a friend one day.
 "The product of their ages is 36," replied his friend.
 "You are not giving me enough information," protested Fred.
 "The sum of their ages is the age of your oldest son."
 "I still need more information."
 "All right, then. I can tell you that the oldest daughter, who is at least a year older than the other two, is a very fine pianist."
 "Ah! Now I know how old your daughters are."
 What are the ages of Fred's friend's daughters?

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Trivia for 7/7/2016

Of the six vanished Wonders of the Ancient World, which was the last to disappear?
 1. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
 2. The Statue of Zeus at Olympia
 3. The Lighthouse of Alexandria
 4. The Colossus of Rhodes
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Brain Teaser for 7/7/2016

In front of you, there are 9 coins. They all look absolutely identical, but one of the coins is fake. However, you know that the fake coin is lighter than the rest, and in front of you is a balance scale. What is the least number of weightings you can use to find the counterfeit coin?

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Trivia for 7/6/2016

The most notorious gangster of the twenties, Al Capone, was eventually imprisoned for what crime?

1. Murder
2. Tax Evasion
3. Dealing in illegal liquor
4. Racketeering

Brain Teaser for 7/6/2016

1. A house with two occupants, sometimes one, rarely three.
 Break the walls, eat the boarders, then throw away me.
 What am I?

2. Fitzgerald drove 30 miles to work every day. He averaged the same speed going to work as he did coming from work. It took him one hour and thirty minutes to drive to work. Yet it only took him ninety minutes to drive home. How come?

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Brain Teaser for 6/29/2016

Picture an empty wine bottle with a cork secured at the top in the usual way. Inside the bottle a metal ring hangs suspended by a string. How is it possible to make the metal ring drop to the bottom of the bottle without touching the ring, the thread, the cork, or the bottle while leaving the cork in place and intact?

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Trivia for 6/29/2016

Who was the general that invaded Italy and fought against Rome there for sixteen years in the Second Punic War?

1. Hamilcar
2. Maximus
3. Hannibal
4. Elephantus

Today's Puzzle "Language Recognition Test"

Here is a fun little test. World travelers should do well. But just guessing at them you might surprise yourself.
How To Play: The following QUOTE is repeated in many different languages below. Your job is to guess the language. Today's Language Count Is 31
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Today's Featured Online Game - "A Fun Zone's Diamonds"

Click two adjacent diamonds to exchange them. If three or more diamonds are in a line, the diamonds will be cleared. Enjoy this classic retro arcade game.
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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Brain Teaser for 6/27/2016

What number fits in all of these words/phrases?

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Trivia for 6/27/2016

The first heart transplant was made in 1967. In which country?

1. South Africa
2. Germany
3. USA
4. UK

Flower Paradise

Paradise awaits in this fun filled flower matching game! Match 18 unique flower types as you build your own Japanese, Hawaiian and French gardens. Play traditional Match 3 puzzles or try the innovative Box Clear Mode! Customize your gardens with birds, butterflies, landscaping and more as you unlock new flowers and features. Once you have your garden exactly the way you like it, you can turn it into wallpaper for your desktop, or even an animated screensaver!
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Black Dragon"

Welcome to the dragon's lair. The game consists of 8 different layouts and every game will present a new challenge. Careful planning and some luck are needed to take the high score. Black Dragon is played with 20 tiles that are setup on the playing board of your choosing, all you have to do is remove them in sets of 4. Try to match the sets by color, symbol or both. Achieve bonus points for removing 4 Orange Frogs or 4 Black Dragons. The more sets you remove that match in both color and symbol will increase your strength and thus increase your score. Here's a helpful hint, study the tiles to learn how the edges are colored and you will be able to plan your attack in a much more organized fashion.
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Today's Puzzle "Alphabet Soup"

Quickly click to rearrange the falling letters to form a word. This game is online.
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Sudoku - A Worldwide Phenomenon

If you have heard of Sudoku, then chances are you have been living in a bunker for the last year or so. Sudoku is a new craze that is taking the puzzle world by storm. It’s gone from a little known topic, to having over a million searches a month on the web… that’s as much as Paris Hilton. For those of you who don’t know what Sudoku is, it’s essentially a game of numbers. You start with a 9 x 9 grid that is split up into 9, 3 x 3 grids. This initial grid will have a series of numbers strewn over it in what seems to be a completely random madness. However, there is a method behind the madness here. You see, you need to ensure that you have the numbers 1-9 in each of the 3 x 3 grids, however you cannot have a number in the same line as itself in another grid....Read On

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Brain Teaser for 6/15/2016

1. There's a body lying dead on a bed, and on the floor beside it is a pair of scissors. The scissors were instrumental in his death, yet there's no trace of blood. The body reveals no signs of any cuts or bruises. How could the person have been murdered with the pair of scissors?

2. If we tie a light oxygen tank to a bird so that it can breathe on the moon, would the bird fly faster, slower, or the same speed as it does on earth? (Remember that there is less gravity on the moon.)

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Trivia for 6/15/2016

Yugoslavia was created on the ruins of two empires. One of them was the Ottoman Empire. What was the other?

1. German
2. Austro-Hungarian
3. Byzantium
4. Russia


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Friday, June 3, 2016

Retro Sweets: Ten Delicious Favorites from Childhood

In the 1970s, when sweets were at their best, the highlight of the week was taking our pocket money to the local sweet shop, pointing at a gigantic jar filled to the brim with delicious sweets, and saying "a quarter of those, please". Our mums never seemed to mind; a quarter of cola cubes would last a good few days and keep us pretty quiet... I mean, have you ever tried to speak with a mouthful of cola cubes? It's not easy! If you yearn for the sweets of your childhood, or wonder if it's still possible to buy Refreshers or Parma Violets (it is), then read on for our top ten list of retro sweets - and be prepared for some serious dribbling...Read On

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Brain Teaser for 6/4/2016

1. There are 2 ducks in front of 2 other ducks. There are 2 ducks behind 2 other ducks. There are 2 ducks beside 2 other ducks. How many ducks are there?

2. Farmer Brown came to town with some watermelons. He sold half of them plus half a melon, and found that he had one whole melon left. How many melons did he take to town?

Trivia for 6/4/2016

The artist Pablo Picasso owned a dog named Kabul whom Picasso claimed influenced his painting style. What breed was this appropriately-named dog?

1. Afghan hound
2. Maltese
3. Yorkshire terrier
4. Greyhound

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Brain Teaser for 6/3/2016

The same five letters can be anagrammed into four different words to fill in the blanks in the sentence to make (some­what) good sense. What are missing words?
The farmer with hundreds of _ _ _ _ _, deeply _ _ _ _ _ about the amount of rainfall, and _ _ _ _ _ around with artificial watering systems when the ground is dry enough to _ _ _ _ _ him about the possibility of crop failure.

Trivia for 6/3/2016

In 1913 the first of this modern type of puzzle was published in the "New York World". What type of puzzle was it?

1. Jumble
2. Acrostic
3. Dot to dot
4. Crossword puzzle

Brain Teaser for 6/2/2016

1. Brad Doe works for a packaging company. One day, he received four separate orders and accidentally mixed up the addresses, so he applied the address labels at random. What is the probability that exactly three packages were correctly labeled?

2. Imagine a square, with each side 4 cm long, inscribed in a circle. What is the radius of the circle?

3. Without looking at a calendar, within a minute name a boys name using 5 consecutive 1st letters of 5 consecutive months.

Trivia for 6/2/2016

We all know that the biggest mammal is the blue whale. But what kind of animal is the smallest mammal?

1. A mouse
2. A hamster
3. A shrew
4. A bat

Brain Teaser for 6/1/2016

Robert and David were preparing to have a water balloon fight. "No Fair" cried Robert, "You have 3 times as many as I do!" David said "Fine!" and gave Robert 10 more balloons. "Still not fair!" argued Robert, "You still have twice as many as I do." How many more balloons must David give Robert for them to have the same number?

Trivia for 6/1/2016

K is the symbol for what element on the periodic table?

1. carbon
2. potassium
3. krypton
4. gold

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Trivia for 5/31/2016

What was the name of the poison that killed Socrates?

1. juice of nightshade
2. ricin
3. hemlock
4. arsenic

Brain Teaser for 5/30/2016

Fun With Numbers...

1. Replace the asterisks by the correct mathematical signs to make the expression equal to 99.
16 * 12 * 2 * 3 = 99

2. The time is twenty-six minutes to one in the afternoon. The year is 1978, and the date is May 6th. What is the significance of this?

Trivia for 5/30/2016

The Julian calendar, containing leap years and 365 days, was the work of Julius Caesar and a number of his advisers. Which Alexandrian mathematician was his chief advisor on the calendar?

1. Callipedes
2. Manaechmus
3. Eratasthenes
4. Sosigenes

Brain Teaser for 5/29/2016

How Old Did You Say?

1. "My grandson is about as many days as my son is weeks, and my grandson is as many months as I am in years. My grandson, my son and I together are 140 years. Can you tell me my age in years?"

2. If you reverse the digits of my age, you have the age of my son. A year ago, I was twice his age. How old are we both now?

3. Soon little Freddie will celebrate his tenth birthday. In 11 years Freddie will reach half the average age of his parents. His mother is only 17 years older than her son. How old are Freddie's father and mother.

Trivia for 5/29/2016

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, a one time Mississippi steamboat pilot, is better known by what name?

1. Mark Twain
2. Lewis Carroll
3. George Eliot
4. O. Henry

Brain Teaser for 5/28/2016

1. Each of the Johnson brothers has as many sisters as he has brothers. Each of the Johnson sisters has twice as many brothers as she has sisters. How many brothers and sisters are there in the Johnson family?

2. Twenty-one birds are nesting in a tree. If a man shot into the tree and killed one-seventh of them, how many would remain?

Trivia for 5/28/2016

Of the nine commonly recognized planets in our solar system what cold planet was the last to be discovered?

1. Saturn
2. Pluto
3. Neptune
4. Uranus

Brain Teaser for 5/27/2016

1. Tom is younger than Rose, but older than Will and Jack, in that order. Rose is younger than Susie, but older than Jack. Jack is younger than Jim. Susie is older than Rose, but younger than Jim. Jim is older than Tom. Who is the oldest?

2. Allie takes fruit, cake, and cookies for her picnic. She has three boxes for them. One is labeled FRUIT. One is labeled COOKIES. One is labeled CAKE. But she knows her Mom likes to fool her and has put every single thing in the wrong box. The only other thing she knows for sure is that the fruit is not in the CAKE box. Where is the cake?

3. A block of wood in the form of a cube 3" x 10" x 13" has all its six faces painted pink. If the wooden block is cut into 390 cubes of 1" x 1" x 1", how many of these would have pink paint on them?

Trivia for 5/27/2016

His name may be associated with a fine meal, but this man has been called the "Father of Romanticism" in French literature.

1. Victor Hugo
2. Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
3. Johann von Goethe
4. Francois Chateaubriand

Brain Teaser for 5/26/2016

A boy leaves home in the morning to go to school. At the moment he leaves, the house he looks at the clock in the mirror. The clock has no number indication, and for this reason the boy makes a mistake in interpreting the time [mirror-image]. Just assuming the clock must be out of order, the boy cycles to school, where he arrives after twenty minutes. At that moment, the clock at school shows a time that is two and a half hours later than the time that the boy saw on the clock at home.
At what time did he reach school?

Trivia for 5/26/2016

Which classification of triangle has all angles less than 90 degrees?

1. obtuse
2. right
3. acute
4. scalene

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/25/2016

"We were born on the same day of the same year," said Betsy.
"And we have the same mother and father," said Patsy.
"But we're not twins," said Betsy.
Can you explain?

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Trivia for 5/25/2016

In 1975, a ship and its crew of 29 people vanished on Lake Superior. What was the name of the ship?

1. Vasa
2. Titanic
3. Monitor
4. Edmund Fitzgerald

Today's Puzzle "Math Fun"

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/24/2016

Naturally, 7 beats six by 1.
And, of course, 700 beats 600.
Why then, does 71 not beat 67?

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Trivia for 5/24/2016

You have only one. What does an earthworm have 10 of?

1. Segments
2. Mouths
3. Noses
4. Hearts

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Monday, May 23, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/23/2016

Two Quick Ones...

1. Which is more, seconds in 100 hours or inches in 100 yards?

2. Complete the series by adding the next number:

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Trivia for 5/23/2016

What breed of dog's name comes from the Russian word for 'swift'?

1. Borzoi
2. Saluki
3. Whippet
4. Basenji

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/22/2016

1. You have two pencils, a good one and a cheap one. The good one costs $1.00 more than the cheap one. You spend $1.10 for both. How much did the cheap one cost?

2. How much dirt is in a hole that is 3 ft. deep, and 6 inches in diameter?

Trivia for 5/22/2016

Show your affection with a Peppermint Twist. What type of flower is the Peppermint Twist?

1. tulip
2. rose
3. daisy
4. sunflower

Brain Teaser for 5/21/2016

1. My brother started out from Boston, and I started out from New York, to meet in New Haven for lunch. When we met in New Haven, which of us was farther from Boston?

2. If you have only one match and you walked into a room where there was an oil burner, a kerosene lamp, and a wood burning stove, which one would you light first?

Trivia for 5/21/2016

What is the name of the mountain pass where, in 480 B.C., a handful of Greeks were able to hold back thousands of Persians before they were all killed?

1. Thermopylae
2. Plataea
3. Marathon
4. Salamis

Brain Teaser for 5/20/2016

My first can be found, in a TREE, but not on the GROUND.
My second not PERMITTED, but certainly ALLOWED.
My third is in GREY, if it is spelled the English way.
My forth is in PEA, but not in NUT.
Fifth is in HOUSES, also in HUTS.
SIXTH always in DAY but never night.
My last is in STICKY, but not in BUN
My whole very large it weighs a ton.

Trivia for 5/20/2016

What state is mentioned in the Harlem Globetrotter's theme song?

1. New Mexico
2. Alaska
3. Georgia
4. Alabama

Brain Teaser for 5/19/2016

There was a guy who had a Fox, a Chicken, and a bag of Grain. He had to cross a river to get back home, but he could only take one item with him at a time. He could only take the fox, or the grain, or the chicken. Well, if you leave a chicken and a fox on one side of the river while taking the bag of grain across, the fox will eat the chicken, same thing with the chicken and the grain. Can't leave those two alone or the chicken will eat the grain. How do you get them all across the river safely?

Trivia for 5/19/2016

Which Swede, who saved over 30,000 Jewish lives in World War II, was arrested by the Soviets and never seen again?

1. Georg Homin
2. Per Albin Hansson
3. Alfred Nobel
4. Raoul Wallenberg

Brain Teaser for 5/18/2016

1. If SIX is TEN, ONE is HIS, and FIVE is LEGS, what is SEVEN?

2. Two men play five games of checkers. Each man wins the same number of games. There are no ties. Explain this.

3. What belongs to you, but others use it more than you do?

Trivia for 5/18/2016

Where do Hershey's Kisses get their name?

1. Their inventor
2. Their shape
3. Their sound
4. Their flavor

Brain Teaser for 5/17/2016

A history test had three questions on presidents of the United States. Here are the answers of six students:

1. Polk, Polk, Taylor.
2. Taylor, Taylor, Polk.
3. Fillmore, Fillmore, Polk.
4. Taylor, Polk, Fillmore.
5. Fillmore, Taylor, Taylor.
6. Taylor, Fillmore, Fillmore.
Every student answered at least one question correctly.
What are the correct answers?

Trivia for 5/17/2016

This comedy series dealt with a junk dealer and his aspiring son. What was it called?

1. Sanford and Son
2. Room 222
3. The Jefferson's
4. Chico and the Man

Brain Teaser for 5/16/2016

1. If today is Monday, what is the day after the day before the day before tomorrow?

2. The Lone Ranger rode into town on Friday. He stayed 5 consecutive days and left on Friday. How could this be?

3. George Washington's wife was sweeping when George Washington's wife slipped and got wet. How many w's in all?

Trivia for 5/16/2016

In what Asian country do you find the Eastern and Western Ghats?

1. Thailand
2. Myanmar
3. India
4. Indonesia

Brain Teaser for 5/15/2016

Which set of numbers would most logically fill in the blanks in the following series?
101 99 102 98 103 97 _ _ 105 95 104 94

(a) 101 98
(b) 104 96
(c) 106 99
(d) none of these

Trivia for 5/15/2016

'Timothy' is a variant of which product: cheese, mead, hay, or yeast?

1. cheese
2. mead
3. yeast
4. hay

Brain Teaser for 5/14/2016

In this type of verse, "first" and "second" and so on refer to the individual letters of a word. Find the correct letter for each definition or explanation, and complete the word.

My first is in sugar but not in tea
My second in swim but not in sea
My third in apple and also pear
My fourth in ring and also hare
My last in ten but not in herd
My whole a very complimentary word.

Trivia for 5/14/2016

What type of mile is approximately 6,076 feet long?

1. Metric Mile
2. As the Crow Files
3. Nautical
4. Aeromile

Brain Teaser for 5/13/2016

It's About Time

1. If 2 hours ago it was as long after one o'clock in the afternoon as it was before one o'clock in the morning. What time would it be now?

2. It was the middle of the winter in Scandinavia, and the poor boy, sick with a cold, was lying in bed. He woke up in the night, but he knew that the night lasted from 3:00 P.M. to 9:00 A.M. at that time of year. The boy wearily glanced at his clock and, thinking it said 4:42, buried his head back in the pillow. But as he fell asleep he realized he hadn't distinguished the hour hand from the minute hand. If it wasn't 4:42 in the morning, what other time (or times) could it have been?

Trivia for 5/13/2016

What character was the general public introduced to in the cartoon "Steamboat Willie"?

1. Mickey Mouse
2. Popeye
3. Foghorn Leghorn
4. Sylvester

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Brain Teaser for 5/12/2016

It's all about words....

1. He starts and ends 2 common English words. One painful in love, One painful in everyday matter. Do you know what 2 words I must be?

2. Using the words DROVES and NEWS write seven words using each letter once.

3. There is a common English word that is seven letters long. Each time you remove a letter from it, it still remains a common English word - from seven letters right on down to a single letter. What is the original word, and what are the words that it becomes after removing a letter at a time?

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Trivia for 5/12/2016

What is the only thing the Cheshire Cat of "Alice In Wonderland" leaves behind?

1. A kiss
2. His smile
3. His eyes
4. A hiss

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

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Brain Teaser for 5/11/2016

Patty doesn't feel she is really a child anymore. Ten years ago, her mother was five times her age. Now she is three sevenths of her mother's age, and in five years she will be half her mother's age. How old will she be when she is half her mother's age?

Trivia for 5/11/2016

What type of device or machine was the "Jarvik-7"?

1. An early computer
2. An automobile
3. An artificial heart
4. A man-made satellite

Brain Teaser for 5/10/2016

1. With thieves I consort, With the vilest, in short, I'm quite at my ease in depravity; Yet all divines use me, And savants can't lose me, For I am the center of gravity. Who or what am I?

2. I live above a star, but do not burn.
I have 11 friends that do not turn.
My initials are PRS.
What am I?

Trivia for 5/10/2016

Who was the first to run a mile in less than four minutes?

1. Sebastian Coe
2. Jesse Owens
3. John Landy
4. Roger Bannister

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Monday, May 9, 2016


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Brain Teaser for 5/9/2016

Shopping can present a terrible dilemma, the new couple discovered. Three pounds of potatoes and two pounds of eggplants cost $2.25. Or they could just buy eggplants for the same amount of money and make a casserole out of all those eggplants. But potatoes are cheaper than eggplants. How much did potatoes cost per pound?

Trivia for 5/9/2016

The artist who painted "Sunflowers" cut off one of his ears. Who was he?

1. Rembrandt
2. Botticelli
3. Renoir
4. Van Gogh