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You'd think that, when testsolving for a competition where most… - The Zotmeister

solving the puzzle of life one entry at a time

Jan. 11th, 2010

02:22 am

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You'd think that, when testsolving for a competition where most puzzles don't have given rules, people would read the rules for those puzzles that do have them very carefully. I know I thought that. I was apparently very wrong. [facepalm] - ZM

UPDATE: More importantly, you'd think that the testsolvers would be given the complete instructions to begin with. [headdesk] But even more importantly than that, you'd think that the constructor would provide an error-free puzzle so that the previous two would even make a difference! [bodyfloor]

Current Mood: exasperated
Current Music: "Shake the World", ForeverGirl