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Andante

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  1. Ha ha, Steven! Aberdeen (cold again)
  2. A man claims that his father and his grandfather were born on exactly the same day of exactly the same year. How is this possible?
  3. Great going, Jeffrey! Your first answer is the one that Meathead used when giving this puzzle to Archie. It was very outside-the-box for the 60's! (Archie for sure would've blown his top at the second answer.)
  4. Okay, okay, maybe that was too easy. Try this one on for size: A father and his son were riding in a car when they had a horrible accident. The father died on the scene, and his son was rushed to the hospital where he was wheeled immediately into the operating room. The surgeon on-call took one look at him and said, "Oh, my gosh! I can't operate on my own son!" Explain.
  5. Austerlitz (Town in the Czech Republic)
  6. Madhav, I looked at all your entries, and I didn't understand a single one! And here I thought I was a true-blue puzzler. :-( I'm sure you know this oldie: What makes this number unique? 8549176320
  7. Sorry, Miika, just seeing this response now. But that was very nice. Thanks to you and Josh for helping me understand. :-)
  8. Okay, enough with the double A's!! Acapulco
  9. Believe it or not, the theory of the Big Bang has been debunked. Scientists now believe it couldn't possibly have happened (kind of a flat Earth scenario). The jury's still out on whether they believe in the TV show.
  10. Steven, I looked it up before I wrote it. Sussex and East Sussex are actually two different counties! And I love it that you chose a place in Brazil. I used to live there. Andalucia
  11. Was already thinking that. Sent you an email.
  12. It should be noted that I have been working on a comprehensive database of ALL unsolvable levels. Jimmy and I collaborated on one several years ago, and fortunately I saved my notes. I working on updating those notes (many sets have since been fixed), plus adding on the new sets that have been released. Note that I will need volunteers to confirm (how shall we call it?) unsolvancy! It's important that players more experienced than I am (er....that would be anyone) take a look and confirm that a level is indeed beyond repair. Just as Josh has been doing for Steven. :-)
  13. Sussex Okay, now it's back to China, folks.
  14. I see you that double Y and raise you: Yosemite Valley 2 Y's you are 2 Y's you be I see you are 2 Y's for me.
  15. I have to answer with Los Angeles, since I was born there. :-)
  16. I'm missing a levelset from my collection and hope to recover it. Please let me know if you have ECHIP.dat or ECHIP1.dat. Unfortunately, I don't know the creator.
  17. Ohhhhh, my best friends in the world live in Yokohama! Can't wait to see them again..... Antwerp
  18. I have now closed the poll, as it's been a runaway. The option to keep both extensions in use was the favorite by a huge percentage. There were some great posts that came with it, and I enjoyed learning what people think! Thanks so much for your input, everyone! (P.S. You can certainly keep commenting here.)
  19. H2O, ccl is an extension that was created by CC community quite a while ago. The reason is just what I explained in #1 above. That is, many other files on the net have the .dat extension, but .ccl is ours and only ours. The reason to standardize is that it's quite confusing to try and catalog files when they have two different names. There are so many files out there with BOTH extensions -- which is the original? It would be great if we were more organized, and could give all levelsets the same extension. For those two reasons, I'm for standardizing to the .ccl extension, and naming all sets that way. But of course, I'll do whatever the majority decides.
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