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post #631 of 2899 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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NO HINT's except to say it is a trick question; the answer is not an orthodox one.

No body is falling for "South is up" no one. None of the other choices are true and neither is this one.
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When?

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I didn't know it started.

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Too late HAP beat you though he won't even acknowledge his own brilliance!
Senility is not brilliance Bo, it is an accident of age.
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Are we fighting now about how intelligent you are - me for - you against?

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Short term memory loss. Old age. Everything read as if brand new, very cool really. Do I remember you?
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