Discussion in 'January And Everything After' started by Hanzii, Mar 23, 2012.
I wished for it to be true. :(
The data points for that graph are yearly back to 2004 and then on a decade-by-decade basis.
You really think someone would do that? Just go on the internet and tell lies?
Closer! The adorable baby Dark Knight rises!
Aaaaaaand done. Next.
Since you've got nothing better to do, we need to you to move this big pile of bricks from here to there and then back again.
I gave you a like, but I feel a little bad for enabling your OCD.
Olly Moss and his 75 years of Oscars's
(it's big so in spoiler tag so as to not break your screen)
They should have also covered up the C and the D.
I think that guy was too busy trying to spoon the blonde.
He was trying to stay in character!
Where is his hand headed?
Anyway, I've never seen the show. Is he a creeper on there?
Not really a creeper, so much, and for the most part, her character crushes on his character pretty damn hard, and he just rebuffs her at several points.
ZERO DARK KITTY
I would've made that a Michael Vick joke, myself.
You can find more at the websiet
I hope they gave him a 25% discount.
The original New Yorker version. It was too perfect to not modify for BF purposes.
That doesn't make sense, that's all of our posts.
Oh. My. God. I need more.
EDIT the internet actually kinda fails me for once (??) and this is all I find of note.
Well, that and a nice person's blog which actually seems interesting (he admits grudgingly)
This was hilarious, and I laughed outloud. Thanks.
There's no way that one doesn't have multiple solutions.
It doesn't, trust me. It doesn't.
Bahimiron's puzzle did though, just look at the "GF" word in the key as an example. But I only selected one instance of each 'word' in the puzzle for 'words' like that.
I just realized there are like three or four shades of each color pixel in that, too.
You have issues.
I can't even match most of the circled answers!
That makes it much easier and faster to solve, not harder.
Bahimiron's puzzle only did this once, but FerdieLance's puzzle has multiple instances of entire color-combo blocks being fully contained within another, longer combo block. I think I used the color red to circle most (though not all, as the first couple instances happened before I noticed the trend) of the inner combos in that regard, to more easily distinguish them.
I considered adding a just a teensy bit of RGB noise and a SLIGHT contrast change to the grid before posting to deter solution by Photoshop, but decided that correctness was more important than sadism.
kerzain, have you ever considered participating in the MIT Mystery Hunt? If that kind of thing is enjoyable to you, you'd fucking love the Hunt.
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