Weekend Australian No.74

All about puzzles in newspapers, magazines, and books

Postby Pat » Sun Oct 16, 2005 3:21 pm

em wrote:don't take anything I say too seriously

but i do, always

em wrote:I paste into Word a lot, especially when I'm wondering if the Censorship Board is checking out my posts as I preview them!
They don't really do that though ... do they?

a spy parked on the street by your house can tune in to every keystroke you make,
enroute from the keyboard to your computer!
see Information Warfare by Winn Schwartau (Amazon or Barnes & Noble)

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Postby emm » Mon Oct 17, 2005 2:54 am

I knew it! Fortunately I’ve got a HERF Gamma Scanner Scrambler Reflector. I have noticed I’m getting some pretty weird s¿nsÄtions but I thÿnçk ¿t’s w8rthƒt ƒÖr thÆ p9æ?c?$#ƒm¿*d!
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Postby Karyobin » Thu Oct 20, 2005 7:54 pm

Errmmm, if I may interject my two'pennth - check out www.fromthewilderness.com and buy the book Crossing The Rubicon. I realise you may be totally clued up on this stuff already, but I'm becoming a bit of an 'alternate-news' junkie and there's some top stuff thereabouts.
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Postby emm » Fri Oct 21, 2005 5:39 am

Thanks for the tip.
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Best thing

Postby Haley430 » Tue Dec 20, 2005 5:26 am

simes wrote:My solver reports:


If this is true - its the best thing ever!:D
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