One With Everything


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JayOne With EverythingAbout a year and a half ago we posted a logic puzzle published by Coudal Partners, the people behind The Show and the ones responsible for recording the recent live tours of both the Pixies and Dead Can Dance.

Well, they have just published a new logic puzzle, One With Everything, and this one will surely give your brain a tickle. Michele Seiler has created a puzzle that combines a hot dog eating contest with imaginary porn-star names. The names are not like you might imagine—figuring out your own name involves combining the name of your first pet with the name of the street you first lived on. Even though it's pretty silly stuff, it's probably not the best puzzle for the kids.

There is, of course, a contest associated with this puzzle and fabulous prizes will be given away to 4 lucky wieners. Visit the puzzle page for details on all the prizes.

But hurry, you must solve the puzzle and send in your answers to the Coudal Partners website by Friday, February 23rd. (The deadline on the site actually reads Friday, February 24th, but the 24th is Saturday, not Friday.)

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If you love these sort of logic puzzles, be sure to check out Puzzlers Paradise, a website that will surely keep your logic in order for a long, long time. (And it's absolutely free from mature subject matter.)

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Hand-E-Food Author Profile Page February 14, 2007 2:46 AM

That was fun. I liked how they made you search for outside information. I wonder if the sausages will make it to Australia safely?

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This reminds me of all those little logic puzzles I used to (attempt to) do. I always had to use that grid thing though.
This one looks fun :)

-Amaya Lasswade

(darn female pet)

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Man I hate (love) these. I always think I can do it, and then I get about 3 pieces of info away from finishing it, and I run into an illogical wall, ie two people who have the same favorite bar or two people with the same porn name.

Frustrating.

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suprisingly easy

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