Discussion in 'News' started by Derek, Apr 6, 2012.
Welcome to the LPA!
But anyway.. oh, Mike. You troll.
Yeah I've been a lurker for many years myself and had to join to get in on this madness...LPmadness!!! Ugh we don't even know if we are looking for the album name, artwork, or if there are actual snippets out there. Throw us a bone Mike and at least tell us whats out there to be found...madness I tell ya...
i logged in for the first time in forever just to say how hard I laughed at this. and how angry I am that the puzzle gets screwed if you miss one
Just a little thought thrown out here, don't know if you know yet or not, but you can now type in SUDO SOLVE() again, to proceed with typing a password, without getting Rick Rolled. At least it works for me.
Another wrench to throw in the gear... 4/5 was when the puzzles went live.
THE NUMBERS! THEY ARE EVERYWHERE!
4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42... 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42... 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42...
How many minutes do we have left for the next one... Puzzle #10
This is probably useless, but might as well post it....
This will be complicated to explain but bear with me.... You might want to find my other big post to help this one make sense.
So, the answers to subtraction that I went over earlier are 17, 13, 20, 24, and 11. This is before I involved the extra first digits.
By adding and subtracting those extra digits from the subtraction answers, I got a lot of similar numbers:
17: +5=22 -5=12
13: +4=17 -4=9
20: +6=26 -6=14
12: +5=17 -5=7
24: +4=28 -4=20
11: +3=14 -3=8
If that made ANY sense to you, you'll see that the numbers 17, 12, 20, 14, and 24 each appear multiple times.
I probably went WAY too deep on this.
The Every 'Bunny' Loves Raymond Marathon is really helping me through all this waiting around
LOL! Ben is behind these puzzles, I knew it.
Such a hard puzzle .. that no one can't solve it!
linkin park trolling us!
He said 5 4 though and not 4 5 for a reason.
Woah, that's interesting, actually!
they said 5/4 not 4/5 and i think it was for a reason. maybe?
If those same numbers are popping up then maybe we need to ignore those numbers and focus on the different numbers?
The sequence numbers of 216 to define the behavior of the number Pi. OK
In some countries in the world, the day preceeds the month when written out...
I'm gonna have the IT guy from my work check the coding out tomorrow and see if he sees anything that is different then what we already know. Frank the IT guy loves a challenge and this guy knows it all. If anyone can figure it out then it would be him. I will let you all know what I find out and if he has down time to check this out.
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