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Subj: BrainTeasers Supp (Includes 36 jokes and articles, 07990,35,cf,vXT3,30+6) 

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Can You Read These Two Message? (S807)
From: tom on 6/18/2012 Drawing from gordonschuk 
Click
'HERE'
to read these two messages. The first
is in English, and the second
one is in Spanish.
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Missing Square Puzzle (S854d6)
Made by Norberto Jansenson From: Wimp.com on 5/24/2013 
In this video, Norberto
Jansenson takes a
seven by nine rectangle, removes one square and still has a seven by nine rectangle. Norberto does the same thing two more times removing three 1 by 1 squares. 
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Missing Square Puzzle Solution
....... ..Made by Ian Millard . Source: http://www.youtube.com ......../embed/J7C2mGxxdtI 
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Subj: Light
Switch Puzzle (S990)
From: K.A. Sparks on Facebook 11/28/2015
Source: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=906429202759462&
.........set=a.120082771394113.18394.100001771713833&type=3&theater
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.............Which
switch will turn on the light?
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Bizarro Sunday Puzzle #2 (S794)
By Dan Piraro Drawing
from BizarroBlog...

These 3 gags are in puzzle form.
Read the letters as their
NAMES,
not as sounds. Bigger letters are accented. Read
aloud and FNTULE
(eventually) the words will come.
Click
'HERE'
to solve this Bizarro puzzle.
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Movie Jigsaw Puzzle (S792)
By Harada Yasunori From: tom on 3/15/2012 
Click 'HERE' to assembly this cute, fun, jigsaw, SWF video.
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Riddle: Where Does The Extra Man
............Come From? (S784) From: Yuji and Linda Zoo World 
This is kind of weird yet fun.
If you like puzzles, riddles,
brain teasers then you are watching
the right video. It may
drive you crazy. Click
'HERE'
to see this totally, mystifying
video.
When I first can upon this amazing
puzzle, I could not solve
it. I had to go to another
math teacher to find an explanation.
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Games Magazine
Published in the 80s and 90s 
I came upon a stack of old Games
Magazines from the 80s
and the 90s. I will put
one BrainTeaser a week from
this collection of wonderful
puzzles.
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From Vol.6 No.6 Issue 32 in
October 1982
division problem, by substituting a different digit from 1 to 9 for each type of fruit?
exactly seven regions, each of which is a different color? Your line must pass all the way through the figure.
of them is equilateral  that is, all its sides (and all its angles) are equal. Can you fine it?
exactly three squares? In your solution, every match must be a part of at least one square.
actually ties in a knot, and which ones will simply straighten out when their loose ends are pulled?
either two squares horizontally and one square vert ically, or one horizontally and two vertically, in any direction. Can you find a path that touches every letter of the alphabet exactly once, and in alphabetical order, beginning at the A in the upper left and ending at the Z in the lower right.
a phrase spelled the same forward and back. The answer to each picture can be written on the corresponding dashes, one letter per space. For example, the first picture shows RACE CAR. We'll leave the other nine pictures for you to reflect on. . .
of Denver, also known as "The Kolorado Kowboy." White, moving up the board, is to play and win. . .
a diamond lies to the left of a spade, a nime to the left of a club, and a club to the left of a spade. What are the three cards. . .
and neither color has two identical men. Try to deter mine which man each letter represents, and then play out the game so that White mates Black in one move. .
you know that space launches are more than flights of fancy. But many of the names for missions and space craft are derived from mythology. Eight of them are clued on this web page, once for the scholar and again for the science buff. Which are you? And can you name all eight? 
a familiar object, like a bunny (Playboy) or a bell (Bell Telephone). But some companies use abstract sympols as trademarks, hoping that they'll convey a feeling about the company or its products. The successful ones  like the 15 on
this page 

each of the four rows, four columns, and two long diagonals contain the same number of spots.
knights in as few moves as possible. Use only standard knight moves, and don't move any knight off the section of the chessboard shown. How many moves are necessary?
with the ship he sailed?
and all the beasts in another so that the two chains don't cross?
right, but he's made one significant mistake in one of the panels. What is it? 
of all four suits of the deck in fourbyfour array shown so that each horizontal row and each vertical column contains one card of every rank and one card of every suit. In addition, each of the two main diagonals contains one card of every rank (though not necessarily one of each suit). We've turned up three of the cards. Can you identify the position of the other thirteen cards? 
Rossum's Universal Robots, Ltd. As you can see, their heads and bodies are of four shapes (circle, diamond, square, and triangle) and four patterns (checks, dots, lines, and blank). These robots' heads have been misassigned:
Each

the same shape and each containing two cirlces, two triangles, and two squares. This puzzle is NOT easy. 
Mount Rushmore from memory, but only one succeeded. Can you pick out the correct rendering of this national memorial? 
World was too good to be true  and he was right. For his first day of training, Shemp's supervisor padlocked him to a platform, with a gearwheel to his right and a twoton weight suspended above his head. His assignment: to give the wheel a one revolution turn, in either a clockwise or counter clockwise direction. Based upon his decision, an ominouslooking ax will swing in one of two direct ions  releasing the key to his freedom, or the weight of Wigit World upon his shoulders. Can you solve Shemp's Damoclean dilemma and advise him which way the gearwheel should turn? .
checkers game shown. It's White's turn. What series of moves will guarantee White's victory? 
Subj: Short
Brain Teasers
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Your Shoes Can Tell You Your Age (S815)
From: Catherine Coxon on 8/27/2012 Drawing
from ImageKind.com...

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Uncle Art's Funland XI (S711b)
By N.A.Nugent on 8/29/2010 ..........Source: (Removed from unitedfeatures.com) 
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Uncle Art's Funland X (S708b)
By N.A.Nugent on 8/8/2010 Source: (Removed from unitedfeatures.com) 
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Subj: How
Many? (S708b)
From AFunZone on 8/11/2010
There are twelve eggs in a regular
dozen. There are
thirteen rolls in a baker's
dozen. How many one and
a half cent stamps are there
in a regular dozen?
The answer backwards: evlewteraereht
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Uncle Art's Funland IX (S707b)
By N.A.Nugent on 8/1/2010 ..........Source: (Removed from unitedfeatures.com) 
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