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2:22 AM
Q: When is the final telephone post installed?

Chris Steinbeck BellThe puzzle is as follows: The Philadelphia telephone company will install 35 telephone poles along Broad Street. Each post must be located at equal distances from each other. It is known that the engineer in charge has determined that on the day the posts are installed, the technician should alr...

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12:06 PM
Q: What's at my back?

Mark GiraffeI always have something on my back whenever I use my PC and I have some definitons to figure out what it is. financial institution that accepts deposits from the public a family of large marine crustaceans used for millennia to shape, split and cut wood slender width a type of pot specialized fo...

12:55 PM
Coming soon...™
it's H™!
1:23 PM
Q: Hard IQ Test Puzzle

aviagen Can someone please help me to find the answer to the puzzle?

1:49 PM
Q: A new adventure awaits! Let's go!

HTM A tale is being told here, one that spans many years and generations... but what kind of tale might it be? Pastebin link to a transcript of the clues, including colorblind assistance. Note that Y = Yellow, B = Black/Gray, R = Red, W = White Click here for a copy of the pieces without the ...

@Sphinx The deed has been done...
(I literally stayed up all night making that btw, so there may be some inaccuracies and outright mistakes that I haven't caught. If you do see something off, let me know either here or in the comments of the post. Also, I haven't play tested this puzzle, and I don't know how difficult it really is, so def would like some feedback on that if you're going to try it out. Thanks! Now off to get some actual sleep)
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3:26 PM
CCCC hints: The first letter is C and the third is R.
3:56 PM
Q: Three white queens, two white knights, and one rook on a chess board

Bernardo Recamán SantosOn an 8 x 8 chessboard, place three white queens, two white knights, and one white rook so that every cell of the board is under attack by at least one piece not standing on it. Source: https://www.amazon.com/dp/048684241X

4:31 PM
Re the CCCC, can anyone force the wordplay for CARABINER?? Ring would be def, R at end is 'king', but is there a way for CARABINE to be "In trouble, kiss"?? Likely another dead end!
Care can apparently mean trouble, so CAR + ABIN + E... kiss would somehow have to mean ABIN if that's the case :) (which it's not)
5:02 PM
Fun fact: ~37% of RobPratt's answers were obtained via integer linear programming
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7:20 PM
@LukasRotter @GarethMcCaughan CARBOXIDE is a ring and it's CARE with BOX ID in it; ID is what the king in the comic strip The Wizard of Id is sometimes called, but I don't see why "kiss" would clue BOX.
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9:26 PM
Q: Unusual Vowelburgers™

ExalInspired by Avi's Vowelburger™ Riddle and the variations thereof I got these Vowelburgers™ on discount, and they have a little different mouthfeel than others. Why is that? Patty Vowelburger™ A Ink E Vietnam I [CENSORED] O Rugrat U Tsk

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11:52 PM
@LukasRotter What integer linear programming algorithm did you use to come up with that?

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