DAILY CALENDAR CHALLENGE #042 – FEBRUARY 11
The start of another week battling the challenges of my three daily calendars. It’s not the three table top calendars that add worry to my mornings … it’s the large photo wall calendar hanging on the back of the kitchen door. It’s the Saint Louis Zoo Calendar. Now, while January’s Snow Leopard was kind of cute, February is just rather annoying.
Reptiles are not my morning cup of tea! But on to today’s challenges over on the table.
It took me four names to come up with a last name on line one. I flunked out with the people on line two. On line three I thought the first two people were Richard and Seth Green, but I had never heard of a Clarence Green. The poet gave it away on the fourth name. On the fourth row I got the surname on the first person. Even though he really was before my time, he was one of my favorite actors. So I scored 9 points out of a possible 20. That’s 45% — and I doubt if that’s a passing grade.
The object of this puzzle is to explain why the first number sequence could the logically continued as any of the a, b or c sequences. BTW the puzzles was created by a computer. I don’t know about a or b, but I could explain why c could be continued … but it would take too long and no one would understand what I would type out. Dumb SEEK WHENCE … I hate when computers make puns with their puzzles.
Sleeping on my bed … and cleaning her feet!
Posted on February 11, 2013, in Daily Calendar Challenge, Uncategorized and tagged daily calendar challenge, intimidating calendars, origami, puzzles, Seek Whence, Sly Fox, Surname's The Same, William Powell and Gabby Hayes. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.