Monthly Archives: February 2012

answers to the ‘smart’ questions

1. Remove my last three letters & you have a group of ships. I am impermanent.   fleeting 2. I am a type of family member. Remove one of my letters & you have something annoying.  brother  or aunt 3. … Continue reading

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You think you’re really smart?

More questions for the really, really smart people.  If you haven’t tried the questions in my last post, look at those first.  They were the easy ones.  These questions are are a little harder. 1. I mean the opposite of … Continue reading

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You Think You’re Smart?

Just for fun I have a couple of questions from a test designed to screen out the people with the highest IQ (99.9th percentile).  The first part of the test is understanding the question.  Then you can try to figure … Continue reading

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It’s Finished!

The one month Nanowrimo novel is finally finished after nearly four months of work.  Who ever wrote a novel in a month?  In one month wrote a story line that had a start and an end and things happening between.  There … Continue reading

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Finally Finished!

After nearly four months I finally finished the novel I wrote for Nanowimo.  That’s a contest to write a novel in a month.  So in November I wrote a 50,000 word novel.  Then I spent December, January and half of … Continue reading

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On the Road – one more day

After two long days of driving, I was not excited about spending another day behind the wheel, but we can’t just stay in New Mexico.  We were up early and on the road by eight.  We cruised through the New … Continue reading

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On the Road – Again

It seems like I always make one little mistake when we do a trip.  This time I read the maps wrong.  I was planning a long drive on the first day and then taking it easier on the next two.  … Continue reading

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On the Road

Judy and I set off on a ten day (maybe more) road trip.  This morning we left Minnesota in a cold, clammy,  dark fog.  The temperature was 31° when we left and it didn’t change for the first two hundred … Continue reading

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