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Blazingphoenix (Blazingphoenix)
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I hope I am doing this right... I've always wanted to try one of these... Well, here goes!

You ready? Ask away!
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bering?
baring?
gibraltar?
straight away!
does this have any bearing?
I can bare it!
one
two
a
b
c
d
a?
b?
c?
d?
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LTPF?
LTPF!
Lateral?
Blazingphoenix?
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bering? CA
baring? CA
gibraltar? CA
straight away! Onward to glory!
does this have any bearing? CA
I can bare it! You can?
one uno
two CA
a awesome
b CA
c cool
d CA
a? apples? cranberries maybe?
b? CA
c? u have no idea how frustrating this is...
d? CA

LTPF? YES!
LTPF! NO!
Lateral? Ha, I was just teasing
Blazingphoenix? CA
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dog?
cat?
mouse?
moose?
mousse?
Qiongzhou?
e?
f?
g?
h?
i?
j?
2?
3?
4?
whew!
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?
!
!?
A?
AB?
ABC?
A?
AB?
ABC?
LTPF?
LTPF!
Lateral?
Blazingphoenix?
A!


A?
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dog? CA
cat? cats are just so cute, aren't they?
mouse? squeek!
moose? Umm... moo?
mousse? no thank you, I like my hair straight
Qiongzhou? Bless you!
e? easy peasy
f? CA
g? CA
h? CA
i? you? what about you?
j? CA
2? two's a crowd...if you're an elephant
3? three's company!
4? four x 11 is forty-four
whew! i agree! This answering questions is hard stuff!

? what, are you confused?
! AAAAAAAAAAH!!!!!!
!? You are suprized AND confused?
A? AAAAHHH???
AB? Wow, this sure is interesting...
ABC? Easy as 123, simple as do rei mi
A? You're asking these again? Man...
AB? Lala la la lalalala la laaaaaa
ABC? Voracious Vine Eaters Energetically Taste Tomatoes
LTPF? I recall answering this already...
LTPF! Where have all the cowboys gone, oooh?
Lateral? Longitudinal? True, that isn't a word, but...
Blazingphoenix? CA
A! Nobody knows it but me.....
....Jeez, what kind of answer do I give for a space?
Great golly guzzling gorilla greaves!
A? This is all just random nonsense...
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Bering?
Lateral?
Annoying?
Zingy?
Interesting?
Nice?
Gibalter?

Phonetic?
Hard?
Open?
Exciting?
Neckbreaking?
Impossible?
Xeniaphobic?

Note: Look at the first letter of all my questions
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blazing?
barn?
brothel?
booze?
below?
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Bering? CA
Lateral? Feminine...
Annoying? Masculine...
Zingy? Zangy!
Interesting? Yes, I am, thank you!
Nice? Thank you again! ;]
Gibalter? I believe that that is in the Middle East...
Rawr! It's another space!
Phonetic? CA
Hard? Headed?
Open? Closed!
Exciting? Hey, that sounds fun!
Neckbreaking? Killer experience... ouch
Impossible? Nothing is impossible if you just.... believe!
Xeniaphobic? Triskadeckaphobic?
BlazingPhoenix returns again!
Note: Look at the first letter of all my questions I see! I feel honored! However, it still doesn't mean anything, sorry!
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blazing? CA
barn? CA
brothel? ...wow...CA
booze? CA
below?CA
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BBC
bees?
are you afraid of bees?
how about?
peas?
pumpkins?
parties?
pressure?
gees?
grape?
grass?
gesundheit?
horror?
fantasy?
dese?
Dante?
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a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
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t
u
v
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BBC CA
bees? CA
are you afraid of bees? me? No, I love bees!
how about? about what?
peas? CA
pumpkins? CA
parties? CA
pressure? CA
gees? CA
grape? CA
grass? CA
gesundheit? CA
horror? CA
fantasy? CA
dese? CA
Dante?CA
a amazing!
b CA
c country rooooooads, take me hoooooooome
d CA
e ...oh dear, I think y ou guys have gotten it
f CA
g CA
h CA
i yeah, you all should get it
j CA
k zebras!
l look
m astoundingly
n CA
o carefully
p CA
q CA
r CA
s so
t CA
u crossing
v heavy
w yellow
x lines
y is
z .......xeptionaly safe?
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so, you cannot answer anything starting with the letters b, d, f, g , h, j, n, p, q, r, and t?
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b d f g h i j n p q r t


a c e i k l m o s u v w x y z
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oops.. it should be this.. just dropped the extra "i" from the ca list


b d f g h j n p q r t


a c e i k l m o s u v w x y z
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so, you cannot answer anything starting with the letters b, d, f, g , h, j, n, p, q, r, and t? Those among others, but why?

b d f g h j n p q r t CA to all


a oh, c u e seem i to k have l managed m to o solve s my u unsolvable v well-thought-out w masterpiece puzzle... x looks y like z i lose...

Right, you all seem to have the idea... but you need to see two more things that I Can't answer, then tell me WHY! Good luck! ;]
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I thought I had it, but your answer to r and n threw me off

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
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J
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M
N
O
P
Q
R
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I thought I had it, but your answer to r and n threw me off

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
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U
V
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I thought I had it, but your answer to r and n threw me off Ha, I win! XP
Booyah, it is another space!
A Apples and Bannanas....
B CA
C Cookies!
D CA
E Evergreen trees stay green all year long...
F Far away......
G CA
H Hello all you guys!
I The day seems to be going well, hmm?
J CA
K Noooooo! It's another CA above this one!
L La, a note to follow sol....
M Money money money....
N Northern lights up in the skyyyyy
O Order of the Phoenix
P CA
Q Quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog
R CA
S Severus Snape
T Tea for two?
U Umbrellas keep you dry when it rains! (all except mine... it keeps breaking)
V Vertabre.....
W Werewolves!
X Xpialadocius
Y Yes, almost done!
Z Zoologist
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Are names of straits relevant? You can't answer the beginning lettters or, Gibaltar, Bering, and... Lemme find more examples!
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Are names of straits relevant? You can't answer the beginning lettters or, Gibaltar, Bering, and... Lemme find more examples!I'm afraid not... Keep guessing!
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Ok, here's my guess based on what I can tell/hopefully it's not too far off...

does it have to do with the shapes of the letters--regarding the single letters, do they have to have both lines and curves (ie B, b) to be unanswerable, and those that have only straight lines (ie. x) or only curves (ie o) then you can answer them?

Regarding the statements/words, you consider only the first letter, so you cannot answer any word/statement where the first letter is a non-answerable letter?
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Ok, here's my guess based on what I can tell/hopefully it's not too far off... We'll see...

does it have to do with the shapes of the letters--regarding the single letters, do they have to have both lines and curves (ie B, b) to be unanswerable, and those that have only straight lines (ie. x) or only curves (ie o) then you can answer them? YEEEEES!!!!

Regarding the statements/words, you consider only the first letter, so you cannot answer any word/statement where the first letter is a non-answerable letter? Bingo!

Good, now just find out one more little thing. You have the information of previous posts to get everything right.
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Considering you can answer:

quote:

how about? about what?



I'm going to suggest that if the first letter of a word in the line is answerable, than the whole line is answerable.

Still confused about you being able to answer 'm' and 'u' but not 'n'.
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Considering you can answer:


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quote:
how about? about what?


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...Whoops. That should be a CA... sorry, and thank you for pointing out that BLOOPER

I'm going to suggest that if the first letter of a word in the line is answerable, than the whole line is answerable. Yes, that is correct.

Still confused about you being able to answer 'm' and 'u' but not 'n'. Drat, you have a point there too... When I came up with this puzzle, I wrote out the letters on a sticky note, and my lowercase m's and u's are really curvy, but the n's are straight with that top curve... I'm starting to think I should have gone with the font instead, so I apologize for all the confusion...

If no one can solve the last part in two posts, then I shall spoil
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Has it got to do with non alphabet characters? On Crazypalpig's CA rulebreaker, I posted three lists, dividing the characters into those of straight lines, those only of curves, and those of a mixture: ie.
$
%
&

K



F
Q
W
Y
b
c
f
h
i
j
l
m
n
p
q
r
s
t
y

B
D
G
J
P
Q
R
a
b
d
f
h
i
j
m
n
p
q
r
t
u
Were we looking to find characters that also register CAs?
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Yeah, and I got so tired of writing CAs I skipped 2 of his lists!!
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Has it got to do with non alphabet characters?YES!! but none of the below, unfortunately On Crazypalpig's CA rulebreaker, I posted three lists, dividing the characters into those of straight lines, those only of curves, and those of a mixture: ie. O__o Crazypalpig, I feel your pain... No, you guys only have one slight thing to figure out. All of the symbols you typed are CAs unless they appear below...
K Think numerically...
(omega won't show up)Come on, one more bit of info and you've got it!
vvertabrae
Q Quadrapeds!
a alma matter...
i ignorance is not always bliss...
m morbid
u underground
Were we looking to find characters that also register CAs? Nope

Yeah, and I got so tired of writing CAs I skipped 2 of his lists!!That's understandable... my fingers hurt now... @__@
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Sorry to both of you about the lists. I just wanted to try an exhaustive search to test a theory. You never had to answer all the posts, just to give an idea of whether I was on the right line of thought. Even still, isn't that what copy/paste is for? (:


quote:


does it have to do with the shapes of the letters--regarding the single letters, do they have to have both lines and curves (ie B, b) to be unanswerable, and those that have only straight lines (ie. x) or only curves (ie o) then you can answer them? YEEEEES!!!!

Regarding the statements/words, you consider only the first letter, so you cannot answer any word/statement where the first letter is a non-answerable letter? Bingo!




Ok. I'm going to guess that an unanswerable line is one where the line consists all (or perhaps an odd number) of unaswerable 'words'.
An unanswerable word is a string of characters seperated by a whitespace that begins with an unanswerable character.
An unanswerable character is an alphanumeric character that when written down consists of both straight line segments and curved segments (with the exception of 'm' and 'u'...) With respect to your 'hint' about 'thinking numerically' I'm suggesting that 2 and 5 might be the other two CAs?

I'm not sure why W isn't a CA character though, unless it really doesn't matter...
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Ok. I'm going to guess that an unanswerable line is one where the line consists all (or perhaps an odd number) of unaswerable 'words'.
An unanswerable word is a string of characters seperated by a whitespace that begins with an unanswerable character.
An unanswerable character is an alphanumeric character that when written down consists of both straight line segments and curved segments (with the exception of 'm' and 'u'...) With respect to your 'hint' about 'thinking numerically' I'm suggesting that 2 and 5 might be the other two CAs? Sadly, that's not what I meant when I said Think Numericaly... someone started it in one of the first few posts, so go back and look carefully...

I'm not sure why W isn't a CA character though, unless it really doesn't matter... Oh, omega just won't show up on my computer, but it is all curved, so I could answer it... which I did. When I copy and paste it, it comes up as W...
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just checked the posts with numbers--are all numbers (written as numbers--2, 3, 4, etc.)answerable?
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just checked the posts with numbers--are all numbers (written as numbers--2, 3, 4, etc.)answerable? YEES! but how I answer them is the last bit you need to solve!
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I see....is it the fact that when someone writes a number numerically, you spell it out in your answer...ie 2=two, 3=three?
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Now I'm a little confused to tell you the truth, I had another look at those earlier posts. Are these correct?

quote:


Posted on Monday, July 30, 2007 - 6:32 pm:
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bering? CA
...
one uno
two CA




Posted on Tuesday, July 31, 2007 - 4:24 am:


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dog? CA
cat? cats are just so cute, aren't they?
...
j? CA
2? two's a crowd...if you're an elephant
3? three's company!
4? four x 11 is forty-four
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Oops, Sorry, missed a post, That's cute, two rules!
You answer a numeric post with a comment related to that digit/number. In the above posts, you've answered it with the number in english, but not necessarily.

I like it! a CA puzzle with a non CA rule.

Thanks for the heads up on the greek characters. I was thinking of making a rulebreaker using non english or alphanumeric characters, but apparently this wouldn't work on everyone's machines. pity...
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I see....is it the fact that when someone writes a number numerically, you spell it out in your answer...ie 2=two, 3=three? not quite...

Oops, Sorry, missed a post, That's cute, two rules!
You answer a numeric post with a comment related to that digit/number. In the above posts, you've answered it with the number in english, but not necessarily. ...You're close... Remember how I answer questions and why I can't answer some... then take a look at the numbers again...

I like it! a CA puzzle with a non CA rule. not sure what a non ca rule is... but thank you! ^__^

Thanks for the heads up on the greek characters. I was thinking of making a rulebreaker using non english or alphanumeric characters, but apparently this wouldn't work on everyone's machines. pity... No prob!
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Gah! Since no one seems to understand the last rule, I shall just have to...


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Alright guys, Here are the rules:
I only look at the first letter/number in the sentance. Judging by that, I am able to answer them accordingly.
1) If the first letter consists of only straight lines, I answer it with straight letters. If it consists of only curvy lines, then I answer with only curvy letters. If it consists of BOTH straight and curvy, then I can't answer it.
2) If someone leaves a space between questions, or types a number, (not spells a number, but types one,) then I am able to answer both a space and a number with letters that consist of BOTH curvy and straight lines.

Well, that's how I did it! Hope it was amuzing for everyone, and I will think up some more intriguing puzzles that you lot won't be able to solve right away! Good puzzling y'all! ;3

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