resolute, in dispute, can’t refute, so astute
my assumption, your presumption, every symptom, our intentions
gone again, click resend, try to bend……………………….do hearts pretend?
bricks are stone, a laugh’s a moan, i should have known
i should have known
and so i went, i rent, dissent
not true, i sit, a nit, i barely flit
until the tide, please come (no, hide!)
i want to float, i should be smote, i am a speck but
a mote, i hope, a fleck
come to rest, on the crest, of your tears
when you blink, i will drink, and sit gold
in your eye
The Manhattan haunts of your favorite fictional characters. This really needs to be another “…VS. GoogleMaps” hacker mash-up for the whole dang Country. I bet you could use that Craigslist code to create a blog and pull it off of there. Wish I had the web-fu, that would be so rad, you could put in pictures of the actual place and everything…awesome. The evolution of aphorisms, aka eggcorns…of course. A big boat steaming ’round Scandinavian waters and coming to port, offering the shore-bound mad raves and floating techno-AV madness. I guess it’s a good thing I left Japan (this is apparently an IQ test of the sort given Japanese job-applicants), because if I had to solve this puzzle to get a job, I’d most likely starve.
Instructions: “Everybody has to cross the river”.
- Only 2 persons on the raft at a time.
- The father can not stay with any of the daughters without their mother’s presence.
- The mother can not stay with any of the sons without their father’s presence.
- The thief (striped shirt) can not stay with any family member if the Policeman is not there.
- Only the Father, the Mother and the Policeman know how to operate the raft.
- To start click on the big blue circle on the right.
- To move the people click on them. To move the raft click on the pole on the opposite side of the river.