Tag Archives: Number Play

What Else?

A classic case of burying the lede/lead. Continue reading

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We Have No Palindromes Today

But it’s a fine-looking date nonetheless. Continue reading

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Palindromic Riches

Belated palindromic greetings. Continue reading

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Deviltry Afoot

The world is full of signs: real and imagined. Continue reading

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Palindrome Tenday, 2018

Happy Palindrome “Week.” Continue reading

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A lighthearted look at Canada’s Day. Continue reading

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No Foolish Consistency

Even the palindromes are helping us celebrate Canada’s 150th. Huh? Let’s start with some examples of palindromes, which are words that read the same forwards and backwards: Kayak Madam Noon The aforementioned “huh” Similarly, a palindromic phrase or sentence reads … Continue reading

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Exactitudes & Estimations

Visitor numbers for Las Vegas lead to some awe-inspiring reflections and scary implications. In 2013, 39,668,211 people visited Las Vegas.  That’s according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, which might have an understandable interest in not undercounting visitors.  … Continue reading

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Six Six

Exploring whether it’s a coincidence that so many famous authors have six letters in both first and last names.   Our currently local newspaper recently carried an article about Robert Jordan, the now-deceased author of what is, apparently, ‘one of … Continue reading

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