Thursday, September 3, 2015

Brain Teaser for 9/4/2015

A telephone conversation:
"Hello. Is this XYZ8765?"
"Yes. Who's that?"
"What? You don't recognize my voice? Why, my mother is your mother's mother-in-law."
What is the relationship of the speakers?
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Trivia for 9/4/2015

Which famous philosopher is known for his famous Latin phrase "cogito ergo sum", or in English, "I think, therefore, I am"?

1. Voltaire
2. Nicolo Machiavelli
3. Socrates
4. Rene Descartes

Today's Puzzle "Shanghi Infinity aka Mahjong"

A classic version of a classic game. Shanghi Infinity is our pride and joy of the Shanghi Style games. Play 15 different designs inside of 2 different styles of play (144 tile and 72 tile). To play, simply match 2 tiles that are the same and they will be gone. Playable tiles are tiles that are not covered by anything and have either its left or right side clear..
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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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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Brain Teaser for 9/3/2015

Sabrina gave Samantha as many dollars as Samantha started out with. Samantha then gave Sabrina back as much as Sabrina had left. Sabrina then gave Samantha as back as many dollars as Samantha had left, which left Sabrina broke and gave Samantha a total of $80.00. How much did Sabrina and Samantha have at the beginning of their exchange?
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Trivia for 9/3/2015

In North America they are called cowboys; in South America they are called what?

1. gauchos
2. ranchers
3. bombachas
4. malambos

Today's Puzzle "Black Dragon"

Welcome to the dragon's lair. This puzzle 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 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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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Brain Teaser for 9/2/2015

Halloween is only 2 months away so lets get a little Tricky!

1. What word, when written in capital letters, is the same forwards, backwards and up side down?

2. In Jamaica, if you drop a steel ball weighing five pounds from a height of 45 inches, will it fall more rapidly through water at 20 degrees Fahrenheit or water at 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Or will it make no difference?
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Trivia for 9/2/2015

The Penny Black is an item much prized by collectors. What is the name of the collector of such items?

1. Phillumenist
2. Numismatist
3. Oologist
4. Philatelist

Today's Puzzle "Pyramid Quiz"

A fun, fast-paced game show the whole family can enjoy. Can you reach the top of the pyramid? This game is for entertainment only. No cash prizes!
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Color Reactor 2"

Color Mixing at it's best, try to clear all of the colored balls from the playing area before you run out of attempts. With a little planning you can take the high score in this game. Game features Fire Balls, Mixing Options and C-Bombs.
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Monday, August 31, 2015

Brain Teaser for 9/1/2015

The Game Of Life - A Classic

Trivia for 9/1/2015

You have to be bright to answer this one! Ultimately, all of the energy in all life cycles on land originally comes from what?

1. Plants
2. The Sun
3. Bacteria
4. Water

Today's Puzzle "Virus 3"

Take over and take control in our 3rd installment of one of our most cherished puzzle games. Grow your virus to cover the whole playing field in less than the moves required for the level.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "X Triple I"

Just take a deck of cards and some T.N.T., mix them up and call it a game. This card game is kind of like Pyramid or Tut`s Tomb. There are a few differences like you can remove more than 2 cards in a set to total 13 and you have T.N.T. that can be used to blow away the cards you don't want to use. Work your way through 13 levels and you can be crowned the champion of this game.
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Sunday, August 30, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/31/2015

1. It takes twelve one-cent stamps to make a dozen. How many four-cent stamps does it take to make a dozen?

2. There was a man climbing a ladder to somebody's house, to the nearest window. He broke into the house and took what was most precious to the family. He climbed down, and the police were there waiting for him. He returned what he took, and the police let him walk away. Why?
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Trivia for 8/31/2015

What was the name of the space shuttle that exploded on liftoff in 1986, killing, among others, teacher Christa McAuliffe?

1. Apollo 13
2. Discovery
3. Voyager
4. Challenger

Today's Puzzle "What Time Is It?"


5 Secrets of Reading Food Labels Revealed

Whether you're concerned about cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or simply losing weight, you want to eat a healthy diet and focus on foods that are high in vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, and balanced in fats, carbs, proteins. There is only one way to incorporate healthy foods into our diet and that is to make the decision to.....Read On

Railway Mogul

Build stations, railtracks, tunnels and bridges on varied types of terrain, ranging from flat planes to hilly and difficult terrain. Buy locomotives to ship products from one community to the other while keeping an eye on the companies finances. Help small towns grow into large cities, all in realtime 3D. Let your imagination run wild when you build your own scenarios using the powerful and innovative in-game WYSIWYG editor.
Amazing freedom of movement thanks to the powerful 3D game engine
Create complex railway networks with as many locomotives as needed
Expansive 3D environments showcase richly designed factories, houses, stations and locomotives.
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Saturday, August 29, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/30/2015

These words follow a logical progression:
Which of these could be next?
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Trivia for 8/30/2015

This horse breed can be traced back to three stallions, the Byerly Turk, Godolphin Arabian, and the Darley Arabian.

1. Quarter Horse
2. Morgan
3. Thoroughbred
4. Warmblood

Brain Teaser for 8/29/2015

"If some Smaugs are Thors and some Thors are Thrains, then some Smaugs are definitely Thrains."
This statement is: TRUE - FALSE - NEITHER

Trivia for 8/29/2015

Which American golfer won the British Open, the Canadian Open and the US Open all in the space of a month in 1971?

1. Jack Nicklaus
2. Tiger Woods
3. Arnold Palmer
4. Lee Trevino

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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/28/2015

I am a word of 12 letters.
My 12, 4, 7, 2, 5 is an Eastern beast of burden.
My 1, 8, 10, 9 is a street made famous by Sinclair Lewis.
My 11, 3, 6 is past.
My whole is a person suffering from delusions of greatness.
So, who am I?
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Trivia for 8/28/2015

What had the Cuesta Verde Estates been built on in 1982's "Poltergeist"?

1. cemetery
2. wetland
3. swamp
4. landfill

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/27/2015

1. John Peterson was born in Albany in 1938, on a date not divisible by 2, 3, or 5, and in a month that does not contain the letters "e" or "i". When does he become one year older?

2. In a certain village there is a man, so the paradox runs, who is a barber; this barber shaves all and only those men in the village who do not shave themselves. Query: Does the barber shave himself?
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Trivia for 8/27/2015

Earl Morrall started at quarterback in Super Bowl III for the Baltimore Colts in their 16-7 upset loss to the New York Jets that rocked the football world. Although he eventually earned a Super Bowl ring with the Colts in Super Bowl V, what other team did Morrall earn a ring with?

1. Dallas Cowboys
2. St. Louis Rams
3. Miami Dolphins
4. Denver Broncos

Today's Puzzle "Word Scramble"

Are you able to use disordered letters to compose valid English words without checking the dictionary?
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Today's Featured Online Game - "King Jester"

Using your arrow keys guide King Jester through the maze as you try to flip the floor to meet the requirements. Avoid the Brown Knights or capture a crown to scare them into harmless and killable ghost knights. Get your fingers warmed up for 15 rounds of fast paced action.
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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/26/2015

In 1209, on a hot summer day there was a man who was ordered to be executed by king. The king was a nice king though, and he said that if the man could prove himself wise, he would let him go. The king filled a room with fake flowers, and only put in one real flower in the room. The king said the man had 20 seconds to find the real flower. The man said, "It's very stuffy in here. Could you open a window?" The king opened a window, and the man immediately knew which was the real flower. How did he know?
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Trivia for 8/26/2015

Who wrote the classic and ominous sci-fi novel "Brave New World"?

1. George Orwell
2. Tom Clancy
3. Isaac Asimov
4. Aldous Huxley

Today's Puzzle "Word Cube Puzzle Game"

Click on letters on the side of the cubes to make words. Letters of 4 or more letters ad more time to the clock. Read all instructions to help you along your journey. And good luck!
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Today's Featured Online Game - "3D 18 Hole Golf"

A full 18 holes of golf played in a simulated 3D environment! No Caddy needed... Controls: To make a shot, left click the golfer and hold the button down until the appropriate power is reached upon the "power meter", then release the button to start the swing. For more in depth instructions about this golf game read the instructions inside the game below.
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Monday, August 24, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/25/2015

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 8/25/2015

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

Today's Puzzle "How Many Triangles 3"


Fun Astronomy Facts

If you want to measure our solar system, how would you do it? This simplest way is to measure it in light years. For those not familiar with the term, a light-year is the distance that light travels in a vacuum in one year. This is because the distances between stars is so huge that it is otherwise very challenging to imagine them. A light year is exactly 9,460,730,472,580.8 kilometers. Putting this into real world distances, the Milky Way is approximately 100,000 light-years across......Read On


Sunday, August 23, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/24/2015

1. A racing driver drove around a 6-mile track at 140 miles per hour for 3 miles, 168 miles per hour for 1.5 miles, and 210 miles per hour for 1.5 miles. What was his average speed for the entire 6 miles?

2. A girl is twice as old as her brother and half as old as her father. In 22 years, her brother will be half as old as his father. How old is the daughter now?
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Trivia for 8/24/2015

What country owns the Falkland Islands, located just off the eastern coast of South America?

1. Argentina
2. Great Britain
3. France
4. The United States

County Fair

You are in charge of running your local county fair. What will you do first? Install the biggest, most fabulous rides? Set up tasty food concessions to sell deep fried soda and other delicacies? Fire the staff and assemble your dream team of carnies? Now is your chance to give it whirl! County Fair combines the best of two hot game genres as you set prices, hire staff and select the hottest new rides and attractions while keeping your customers safe, healthy and coming back for more!

Brain Teaser for 8/23/2015

1. Only five of the words in the riddle-line below are common names (bird-types; subspecies) of gulls. The remaining one is a gull, too, but not a bird. Which one is the oddity?
Herring, California, Pigeon, Western, Iceland, Laughing

2. A farmer must spend exactly $100 to buy exactly 100 animals, and must buy at least one of each animal. Cows are $10 each, Goats are $1 each and Chickens are 8 for a $1. What does he buy?

Trivia for 8/23/2015

The infamous "Black Tuesday", the biggest stock market crash ever, took place in which year?

1. 1922
2. 1924
3. 1926
4. 1929

Brain Teaser for 8/22/2015

1. The price of an article was cut 20% for a sale. By what percent must the item be increased to again sell the article at the original price?
15% - 20% - 25% - 30% - 40%

2. See if you can complete words by putting three letters on each side of the following twelve combinations.
a. ural, b. ocia, c. upul, d. cina, e. caut, f. hest, g. ment, h. idel, i. redi, j. dpec, k. olut, l. epho

Trivia for 8/22/2015

Besides Julius Caesar, who were the other two members of the First Triumvirate?

1. Mark Anthony and Pompey
2. Octavian and Crassus
3. Pompey and Crassus
4. Cato and Mark Anthony

Brain Teaser for 8/21/2015

Jack and Joe were on vacation and driving along a deserted country road from the town of Kaysville to the town of Lynnsville. They came to a multiple fork in the road. The sign post had been knocked down and they were faced with choosing one of five different directions. Since they had left their map at the last gas station and there was no one around to ask, how could Jack and Joe find their way to Lynnsville?

Trivia for 8/21/2015

Who was the first African-American to win an Academy Award?

1. Whoopi Goldberg
2. Sidney Poitier
3. Hattie McDaniel
4. Denzel Washington

Brain Teaser for 8/20/2015

1. George, Helen, and Steve are drinking coffee.
Bert, Karen, and Dave are drinking soda.
Using logic, is Elizabeth drinking coffee or soda?

2. A piece of firewood is standing on end. Which is more likely to knock the piece of wood over - a lead bullet fired from a gun or a rubber bullet of the same mass traveling at the same speed (and hitting the same spot)? Assume that the rubber bullet does not disintegrate on impact.

Trivia for 8/20/2015

There have been numerous movies about sports. "Heaven Can Wait", starring Warren Beatty, was a movie about a quarterback who died and then came back to play with his team. Which team was depicted in this movie?

1. Dolphins
2. Raiders
3. Saints
4. Rams

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/19/2015

A worker is to perform work for you for seven straight days. In return for his work, you will pay him 1/7th of a bar of gold per day. The worker requires a daily payment of 1/7th of the bar of gold. What and where are the fewest number of cuts to the bar of gold that will allow you to pay him 1/7th each day?
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Trivia for 8/19/2015

Near the equator, there are areas where there is little to no wind. What are these areas called?

1. maelstroms
2. indigos
3. doldrums
4. pyreheneses

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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Mystery of Shark Island

Waking up one morning, you are shocked to realize that you are on a deserted island but know nothing of how you got there, where the island is located or what its history is. Roam the gorgeous beaches and collect stunning sea shells, rocks and sea glass to unlock the mysteries of a lost civilization. Find the right ones and the mysteries of the lost island will begin to unravel before your eyes! Can you solve the Mystery of Shark Island?

Monday, August 17, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/18/2015

1. A woman depended on a public telephone to make her calls, but it was usually out of order. Each day she reported this to the phone company, but nothing was done. Finally she came up with a fib that she told the phone company. The phone was fixed the next day. What did she tell them?

2. 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.
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Trivia for 8/18/2015

What movie had Robert Redford play a man so sick of the world that he becomes a mountain man only to find that being a mountain man is a lot worse?

1. The Horse Whisperer
2. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
3. Jeremiah Johnson
4. The Sting

Today's Puzzle "How Many Circles 2"


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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/17/2015

Examine each of the five sentences below. What is unusual about them? They all display a special property that shouldn't be too difficult to spot.
a. Sums are not set as a test on Erasmus
b. Stella won no wallets
c. Eva, can I stab live, evil bats in a cave?
d. I maim nine men in Miami
e. Marge lets Norah see Sharon's telegram
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Trivia for 8/17/2015

According to lore, this King of the Franks was praying on Christmas, 800 AD, when the Pope crept up from behind and crowned him king of the Holy Roman Empire.

1. Clovis
2. Charlemagne
3. Constantine
4. Charles

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Try to jump on only the wagons of the same color.
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Smart People Say Stupid Things Too!

Have you ever made a comment that was simply ridiculous, but you didn’t realize it until you saw the smiles on your friends faces? You may have been totally mortified afterwards, but the truth is everyone makes comments like that; even the smartest people in the world make dumb comments too. The best part is: the smarter they are, the harder you laugh.....Read On

Golden Trails 3: The Guardian's Creed: Premium Edition

Golden Trails 3: The Guardian’s Creed, a mix of hidden object and puzzle game, continues the popular Golden Trails series. Intriguing storyline, awe-inspiring mysteries of the Templars, and tons of challenging puzzles await. Are you ready to find out the secrets of the Templar Order? The events take place in France at the end of the 18th century. Golden Trails 3: The Guardian’s Creed opens as Jacques is knocked out by a stranger in a Parisian street. When he regains consciousness in a tavern, he finds a strange seal on his shoulder. Where does it come from? Who did it? Why? Join Jacques in his daring and full of dangers adventure as he tries to solve the mysteries of the seal. Scour numerous locations, travel Europe from Paris to Vatican, explore ancient writings of the monks, and solve tricky puzzles in search of the truth. Help Jacques revive the Order of the Templars and guard its beliefs as you locate hidden items and solve ancient riddles. Struggling against the Black Templars, hunting for the lost treasure of the Order await you in Golden Trails 3! Track the treasure and solve the riddles of the past in Golden Trails 3: The Guardian’s Creed! This is a special Premium Edition which includes exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version of the game.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/16/2015

1. John wonders, "If Raymond's son is my son's father, how am I related to Raymond?"

2. Sarah went to get her drivers license. When asked her age, she replied: "My age today is three times what it will be three years from now minus three times what my age was three years ago." How old is Sarah?

3. Hi! Ma and Pa told me I'd better say that all the two-letter words in this paragraph have something in common… or else! What’s the common factor here?
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Trivia for 8/16/2015

According to a myth, the kidnapping of which woman led to the Trojan War?

1. Aspasia
2. Nefertiti
3. Cleopatra
4. Helen

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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/12/2015

Matthew walks up and down a hill which is three kilometers each way. His dog, being slower, walks at half the speed. When Matthew reaches the top of the hill he turns around and walks down to meet his dog part way. Matthew continues walking to the bottom of the hill maintaining his speed. The dog follows him, also maintaining his speed. How far does the dog walk?

Trivia for 8/12/2015

When was Caesar assassinated?

1. March 1, 27 B.C.
2. March 1, 44 B.C.
3. March 15, 27 B.C.
4. March 15, 44 B.C.

Today's Puzzle "Sokoban Puzzle"

Move the blocks into their spots without trapping yourself or other blocks.
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Keep the boys jumping and help them catch the stars!
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Monday, August 10, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/11/2015

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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Trivia for 8/11/2015

In 1973 Salvador Allende's government was overthrown by a military junta. Of what country was Allende president?

1. Peru
2. Chile
3. Bolivia
4. Argentina

Today's Puzzle "Slider Puzzle"

Move the pieces so that they are in sequence.
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Jump, dash and twirl through a dual dreamscape and warp it at will.
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Sunday, August 9, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/10/2015

What row of numbers comes next?
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Trivia for 8/10/2015

In the television series, "The Simpson's", what does Moe the bartender say his religion is?

1. Buddhist
2. Christian
3. Jedi
4. Snake Handler

Today's Puzzle "How Many Triangles 2"


Strike Ball 3

Strike Ball 3 could be the most extreme 3D Breakout game ever created! The stunning graphics alone would be enough to propel the game to fame, but the realistic physics and outrageously animated levels are what will knock your socks off. Have you ever seen a Breakout game in which a tank tries to fend off attacking aliens? Featuring spectacular level design, wildly fun bonuses and powerful new weapons, Strike Ball 3 takes Breakout games to explosive heights!

Friday, August 7, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/8/2015

1. Which one of the following five is least like the other four?
Cat - Lion - Dog - Turtle - Elephant

2. Add a few words to this equation to make it true: 1 + 1 + 1 = 1

3. An archeologist finds a coin dated 48 B.C. How did he know it was a fake?
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Trivia for 8/8/2015

At the Sydney 2000 Olympics, the United States won the men's basketball gold medal, but who did they beat in the final?

1. Lithuania
2. Australia
3. Canada
4. France

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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/7/2015

1. Visualize a cube. You know it has 6 faces, 8 corners, and 12 edges. Now, imagine a knife slicing away each corner with a straight plane cut. How many total edges are there now?

2. At the height of the Cold War, a U.S. racing car easily beat a Russian car in a two-car race. How did the Russian newspapers truthfully report this in order to make it look as though the Russian car had outdone the American car?
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Trivia for 8/7/2015

What game did Veronica and the Heathers play at Veronica's house in "Heathers" (1989)?

1. Water Polo
2. Basketball
3. Croquet
4. Badminton

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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/6/2015

A boy was at a carnival and went to a booth where a man said to the boy, "If I write your exact weight on this piece of paper then you have to give me $50, but if I cannot, I will pay you $50." The boy looked around and saw no scale so he agrees, thinking no matter what the carny writes he'll just say he weighs more or less. In the end the boy ended up paying the man $50. How did the man win the bet?
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Trivia for 8/6/2015

What is the name of the gloomy donkey in "Winnie the Pooh?"

1. Eeyore
2. Eyesore
3. Eeyfore
4. Eeymore

Today's Puzzle "Geography Game South America"

Explore and learn about the world with these geography games. Today's country is South America.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Darts: 301 or 501"

Darts is a form of throwing sport in which small missiles are thrown at a circular target (dartboard) fixed to a wall. Though various boards and rules have been used in the past, the term "darts" usually now refers to a standardised game involving a specific board design and set of rules. As well as being a professional competitive sport, darts is a traditional pub game, commonly played in the United Kingdom, across the Commonwealth, the Netherlands, Belgium, Republic of Ireland, the Scandinavian countries, the United States, and elsewhere.
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Coffee Brewing Tips

Everyone has their own way of personalizing coffee, but here are a few basic tips to get started:
Great brewed flavor begins with fresh coffee. When using whole bean coffee, try to grind immediately before brewing. Protect the freshness of whole bean and ground coffees by storing in an airtight container....Read On

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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/5/2015

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 8/5/2015

For which movie did John Wayne win an Oscar?

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

Today's Puzzle "Geography Game Middle East"

Explore and learn about the world with these geography games. Today's country is Middle East.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Bomber Kid!"

Move around the garden and release bombs to blow up the bushes and kill Mister Tomatoes.
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Monday, August 3, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/4/2015

If I were in Hawaii and dropped a bowling ball in a bucket of water which is 45 degrees F, and dropped another ball of the same weight, mass, and size in a bucket at 30 degrees F, both of them at the same time, which ball would hit the bottom of the bucket first? Same question, but the location is in Canada?
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Trivia for 8/4/2015

Where were YOU when President Kennedy was assassinated? Of course you may not have been around then, so you must answer this question: In what month of 1963 was Kennedy assassinated?

1. February
2. September
3. November
4. October

Do Crossword Puzzles and Bridge Provide all the Brain Exercise You Need?

Do Crossword Puzzles and Bridge Provide all the Brain Exercise You Need? This is a question we often get asked in our classes and lectures. The quick answer is that while recreational activities like crossword puzzles, sudoku, bridge, chess, poker, etc. are all good for you and better than doing nothing, they are usually limited in their range of mental cross-training as well as difficult to control to ensure the right combination of both challenge and novelty.....Read On

Golf Adventure Galaxy

Good news for golfers who have conquered the world! The galaxy awaits in this beautiful 3D mini-golf game. Stunning 3D visuals, directional sound, and amazing soundtracks enhance your trek across the strange and original worlds within the Golf Adventure Galaxy. Solve puzzles, avoid traps, play special boss levels ... venture where no golfer has gone before!

Brain Teaser for 8/3/2015

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

Trivia for 8/3/2015

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

Deal Or No Deal

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/2/2015

It's All About Time

1. At what time after 4pm are the minute and hour and second hand of a standard clock perfectly aligned on top of each other?

2. How many times does a coin rotate in rolling completely about another coin, of the same size, without slipping?
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Trivia for 8/2/2015

In 1921 Canadian doctor Frederick Banting and his collaborator Charles Best discovered insulin. Insulin is used in the treatment of what condition?

1. Diphtheria
2. Smallpox
3. Polio
4. Diabetes

The Big Book Of Brain Games

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Brain Teaser for 8/1/2015

Jack is taller than Peter, and Bill is shorter than Jack. Which of the following statements would be most accurate?
(A) Bill is taller than Peter.
(B) Bill is shorter than Peter.
(C) Bill is as tall as Peter.
(D) It is impossible to tell whether Bill or Peter is taller.
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Trivia for 8/1/2015

I am the "Apollo of Dogs"! I am one of the tallest breeds - and despite my name, I come from Germany!

1. Great Dane
2. Great Pyrenees
3. Bernese Mountain Dog
4. Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

Today's Puzzle "Geography Game Central America"

Explore and learn about the world with these geography games. Today's country is Central America.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Fill It"

Move ship with cursor keys - the rest you can figure out on your own...
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A Potato Chips Lovers Dream

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Brain Teaser for 7/29/2015

Three playing cards in a row. Can you name them with these clues?
There is a two to the right of a king.
A diamond will be found to the left of a spade.
An ace is to the left of a heart.
A heart is to the left of a spade.
Now, identify all three cards.
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Trivia for 7/29/2015

In the 1986 NFL Draft, what player was selected with the number one overall selection, but didn't sign with the team, instead playing baseball that year?

1. Deion Sanders
2. Lawrence Elkins
3. Bo Jackson
4. Ricky Bell

Today's Puzzle "Geography Game Canada"

Explore and learn about the world with these geography games. Today's country is Canada.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Eliminator"

The idea is to move the colored balls so that all the same colors end up grouping together which causes them to disappear.
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Classic Milton Bradley Games

Monday, July 27, 2015

Brain Teaser for 7/28/2015

I am periodically the number 79.
Long ago some attempted to make me from 29 but learned it couldn’t be done. If you add me to 80 I appear to be 47 temporarily.
What am I?
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Trivia for 7/28/2015

If spelunking is your hobby what would you be exploring?

1. mountains
2. reefs
3. caves
4. tropical forests

Today's Puzzle "If 1 + 1 = 5"


The Best Farmville Cheat Codes

Farmville Cheat Codes are alive and well. Do not let anyone tell you they do not exist. I have been using them for a very long time. In recent days my friends have been catching up with me, so I had to kick it into high gear. I use Farmville cheats to stay ahead in the game; however the word - cheat - is not what most folks talk about when they are looking for some codes for the game. Facebook will not let you....Read On

Ravensburger Puzzles

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Brain Teaser for 7/27/2015

1. How can a woman in New York, without getting a divorce or becoming a widow, or otherwise legally separated, legally marry 10 men?

2. I am a 4-digit number that is the same when my digits are written backwards. The sum of my outside digits is 6 times the sum of my two middle digits. What number am I?

3. The local Music Society had their fall concert last night. Ticket prices were as follows: men $5, women $2, children 10 cents. Coincidentally, 120 people attended and $120 was earned from ticket sales. How many men, women and children were in attendance?
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Trivia for 7/27/2015

His theorem on triangles is something everyone knows, at least if you paid attention in geometry. Who is he?

1. Pythagoras
2. Archimedes
3. Protagoras
4. Euripedes

Today's Puzzle "Geography Game Australia"

Explore and learn about the world with these geography games. Today's country is Australia.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Cliffie The Mailman Game"

In this free game online you are the mailman. Cliffie from the TV show Cheers. Move from mailbox to mailbox in the busy city streets. Don't get attacked by dogs or hit by cars!
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World Mosaics

Unravel the mysteries of a society that disappeared over a thousand years ago by solving the pictographic puzzles they left behind! Solve your way through 99 puzzles in seven exotic locations around the world in story mode, or tackle over 100 additional puzzles in extra puzzle mode! Each puzzle forms a unique mosiac that is only revealed once the puzzle is solved! Your quest begins in the shadow of the majestic Parthenon, but it just may take you around the world before you are through!

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Brain Teaser for 7/23/2015

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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Trivia for 7/23/2015

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

Today's Puzzle "What's The Finishing Order"


Today's Featured Online Game - "Busy Burger"

This is a restaurant simulator game where you have to work in a burger bar and serve the orders given by the customers before the customers get angry.
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It's All About The Pizza!

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Brain Teaser for 7/22/2015

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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Trivia for 7/22/2015

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

Today's Puzzle "Geography Game Africa"

Explore and learn about the world with these geography games. Today's country is Africa.
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Today's Featured Online Game - "Bump Copter 2"

Guide the helicopter to the flag without hitting and obstacles.
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You Don't Know Jack

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Brain Teaser for 7/20/2015

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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Trivia for 7/20/2015

We have all seen those pretty little glass doodads that are manufactured to make rainbows on the wall when light shines through them. What are they called?

1. Wave generators
2. Prions
3. Diffusers
4. Prisms

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
THE QUOTE=There are three kinds of intelligence; one kind understands things for itself, the other appreciates what others can understand, the third understands neither for itself nor through others. This first kind is excellent, the second good, and the third kind useless. -Niccolo Machiavelli
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Improving Spelling With Games

Many kids struggle each and every year at school with that dreaded Friday spelling test. It doesn't get any easier because chances are good that the words just keep getting harder. For many parents, spelling is often a challenge to teach as well. The English language is nothing simple. But, what if you could teach them through the use of a PC game? That would be excellent, wouldn't it?....Read On
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Garden Defense

Do you have the nerves to withstand an onslaught of ferocious fruit flies, aggressive ants, and slimy slugs? Can you plant a spitting sunflower without losing an eye? Do you have the right screwdriver to attach a rocket launcher to a garden gnome? Then join the battle, and master Garden Defense! Help the Smiths save their flowers by using an arsenal of lawn ornaments, plants, and battle-hardened bugs to defend gardens from hungry pests!