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ams4127

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Aitchbee

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On the topic of puzzles, I can't get my head around Soduko ( adding and subtracting numbers), but I can work my way through a book of cryptic crosswords.

When I worked in an office, a few years, ago I would photocopy the Guardian cryptic crossword, and the four of us, all at different desks, could do the same puzzle,simultaneously, and nearly always got it finished. Four heads are better than one.

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Picklefactory

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That's exactly my point fron my last post. I find these logic tests fairly easy, but when I was an apprentice, I spent 6 months in a drawing office and the designers in there did the Times cryptic every day, and always completed it. I was rather chuffed with myself if I managed to get 4 or 5 answers..... different kind of intelligence, I struggled to grasp those.

Mind you I was only a snot nosed 16 year old then.... I might manage 6 or 7 answers now.

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