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#101 Post by You Know, for Kids » 30 Nov 2007, 06:44

Fun game... I left it open for a while doing something else and came back to this error - nice coding:

LEVEL 2 / CODE NNN

* SCORING?
* s, i don’t understand why we are collecting scores at this
* point. do we collect high scores only or every score?
* -F

* I want all the scores added to Table A, not just high scores
* don’t worry about it, I’ll tell you why later.
* /s

* will do
* -F

* By the way, try this... text "chain" to 38383.
* /s

* works. very hot. LOL
* -F


I don't have text messaging, but if someone is brave enough to try it and report back, I know my curiosity is piqued.
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#102 Post by bing » 30 Nov 2007, 06:50

Apparently it's related to Numb3rs

http://chainfactor.despoiler.org/index. ... =Main_Page

The reply upon texting: Check these HOT* stocks! FOFN, NDGPF, COFI, TTWO, EBKLF, DADVF, RTHTF and FSPX. Info? Go 2 chainfactor.com. or txt Help to 38383 *Not real investment advice. varin writes: "If you look up those stocks, you'll notice that all of the company names contain numbers. Those numbers are the 9-digit code. HOT is the keyword." The company names are FOFN - Four Oaks Fincorp Inc., NDGPF - Nine Dragons Paper Holdings Ltd, COFI - Credit One Financial Inc, TTWO - Take Two Interactive, EBKLF - Eighteenth Bank Ltd., DADVF - Elephant Seven AG, RTHTF - R Three Technologies Inc, FSPX - Five Star Products Inc,

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#103 Post by You Know, for Kids » 30 Nov 2007, 10:56

I'm having more fun picking up these errors...

LEVEL 3 / CODE NNN

* UPPER BOUND FOR BASIC SCORES?
* ok i've got to stop playtesting and start coding. i'm starting to see
* colored discs everywhere i look. do we know the upper limit on
* basic mode scoring? i'm thinking about memory allocation...
* -F

* No we don't. Figuring that out is the players' job.
*
* Here's another to do: find someone in the Minneapolis area to check
* on the OOH which should be up: 494 and hwy 77 - might need some
* searching around.
* /s
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#104 Post by JJ » 01 Dec 2007, 02:00

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You Know, for Kids wrote:A new favorite.

http://www.addictinggames.com/gimmefrictionbaby.html

tricky my best so far is 9


31, but I've been playing it for a few days.


Got to 48. Now I quit.
La la la la la.

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#105 Post by You Know, for Kids » 01 Dec 2007, 08:40

LEVEL 5 / CODE CCP


* ++ For My Eyes Only ++
* Think. It's obvious that F has hacked a backdoor into Survival mode.
* There must be some way to build the main sequence around it.
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#106 Post by You Know, for Kids » 01 Dec 2007, 08:41

JJ wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
enigmafa wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:A new favorite.

http://www.addictinggames.com/gimmefrictionbaby.html

tricky my best so far is 9


31, but I've been playing it for a few days.


Got to 48. Now I quit.


Damn, I hit 46 after finding a way to play it at work last week... now I need to play... more.
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#107 Post by bing » 01 Dec 2007, 08:51

You Know, for Kids wrote:
JJ wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
enigmafa wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:A new favorite.

http://www.addictinggames.com/gimmefrictionbaby.html

tricky my best so far is 9


31, but I've been playing it for a few days.


Got to 48. Now I quit.


Damn, I hit 46 after finding a way to play it at work last week... now I need to play... more.

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#108 Post by You Know, for Kids » 01 Dec 2007, 09:33

LEVEL 4 / CODE CCP


* ++ Playing with Fire ++
* This isn't a get rich quick scheme, F. It's much bigger than that. All
* you are going to do is destroy everything we've worked hard to create.
* /s

* yeah, i get it, its a get spectre rich quick scheme and frankie's left
* holding an empty bag. not gonna happen that way.
* -F
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#109 Post by bing » 04 Dec 2007, 07:45

http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.

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#110 Post by You Know, for Kids » 04 Dec 2007, 08:50

bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)
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#111 Post by Agrajag » 04 Dec 2007, 15:49

You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)

what he said....
If you wake up at a different time in a different place could you wake up as a different person?

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#112 Post by bing » 05 Dec 2007, 07:12

Agrajag wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)

what he said....

Pretty far along so far, have 18 of the boxes unlocked so far. I'd post my code, but I fear the temptation would be too great.

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#113 Post by You Know, for Kids » 05 Dec 2007, 07:59

bing wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)

what he said....

Pretty far along so far, have 18 of the boxes unlocked so far. I'd post my code, but I fear the temptation would be too great.


I'm at 13 boxes, though several of those I've no idea what their theme is yet.

What pisses me off is that there are subject areas where I believe I should be well-versed where I'm struggling.

Oh, and I've cheated as far as googling some areas where I have no knowledge of whatsoever (and probably one or two things I should know). Is that cheating?
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#114 Post by bing » 05 Dec 2007, 08:37

You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)

what he said....

Pretty far along so far, have 18 of the boxes unlocked so far. I'd post my code, but I fear the temptation would be too great.


I'm at 13 boxes, though several of those I've no idea what their theme is yet.

What pisses me off is that there are subject areas where I believe I should be well-versed where I'm struggling.

Oh, and I've cheated as far as googling some areas where I have no knowledge of whatsoever (and probably one or two things I should know). Is that cheating?

I don't think so. A lot of the time googling doesn't help anyway.

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#115 Post by You Know, for Kids » 05 Dec 2007, 08:54

bing wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)

what he said....

Pretty far along so far, have 18 of the boxes unlocked so far. I'd post my code, but I fear the temptation would be too great.


I'm at 13 boxes, though several of those I've no idea what their theme is yet.

What pisses me off is that there are subject areas where I believe I should be well-versed where I'm struggling.

Oh, and I've cheated as far as googling some areas where I have no knowledge of whatsoever (and probably one or two things I should know). Is that cheating?

I don't think so. A lot of the time googling doesn't help anyway.


:green:
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#116 Post by Gren » 05 Dec 2007, 11:59

You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)

what he said....

Pretty far along so far, have 18 of the boxes unlocked so far. I'd post my code, but I fear the temptation would be too great.


I'm at 13 boxes, though several of those I've no idea what their theme is yet.

What pisses me off is that there are subject areas where I believe I should be well-versed where I'm struggling.

Oh, and I've cheated as far as googling some areas where I have no knowledge of whatsoever (and probably one or two things I should know). Is that cheating?

I don't think so. A lot of the time googling doesn't help anyway.


:green:

We (as in everyone at the office) have opened 23 boxes. But many of those were done by a guy this afternoon, working on his own, while the rest of us were actually working. I suspect he found some answers somewhere.
Lionel Hutz, aka Miguel Sanchez, aka Dr. Nguyen van Thoc, was paid $8 for his 32 hours of babysitting.

He was glad to get it.

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#117 Post by JJ » 05 Dec 2007, 12:36

Gren wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)

what he said....

Pretty far along so far, have 18 of the boxes unlocked so far. I'd post my code, but I fear the temptation would be too great.


I'm at 13 boxes, though several of those I've no idea what their theme is yet.

What pisses me off is that there are subject areas where I believe I should be well-versed where I'm struggling.

Oh, and I've cheated as far as googling some areas where I have no knowledge of whatsoever (and probably one or two things I should know). Is that cheating?

I don't think so. A lot of the time googling doesn't help anyway.


:green:

We (as in everyone at the office) have opened 23 boxes. But many of those were done by a guy this afternoon, working on his own, while the rest of us were actually working. I suspect he found some answers somewhere.


I don't know. It's not *that* difficult -- I've got all but (L to R, T to B) 1, 2, 6, 21, and 25 open.
La la la la la.

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#118 Post by You Know, for Kids » 05 Dec 2007, 12:57

JJ wrote:
Gren wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)

what he said....

Pretty far along so far, have 18 of the boxes unlocked so far. I'd post my code, but I fear the temptation would be too great.


I'm at 13 boxes, though several of those I've no idea what their theme is yet.

What pisses me off is that there are subject areas where I believe I should be well-versed where I'm struggling.

Oh, and I've cheated as far as googling some areas where I have no knowledge of whatsoever (and probably one or two things I should know). Is that cheating?

I don't think so. A lot of the time googling doesn't help anyway.


:green:

We (as in everyone at the office) have opened 23 boxes. But many of those were done by a guy this afternoon, working on his own, while the rest of us were actually working. I suspect he found some answers somewhere.


I don't know. It's not *that* difficult -- I've got all but (L to R, T to B) 1, 2, 6, 21, and 25 open.


I've got all except 3, 4 and 25 open at this point.
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#119 Post by bing » 05 Dec 2007, 13:13

You Know, for Kids wrote:
JJ wrote:
Gren wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:
Agrajag wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
bing wrote:http://shygypsy.com/farm/p.cgi

Saw this a while back, decided to give it another try. Basically fill in a word map.


I hate you. ;)

what he said....

Pretty far along so far, have 18 of the boxes unlocked so far. I'd post my code, but I fear the temptation would be too great.


I'm at 13 boxes, though several of those I've no idea what their theme is yet.

What pisses me off is that there are subject areas where I believe I should be well-versed where I'm struggling.

Oh, and I've cheated as far as googling some areas where I have no knowledge of whatsoever (and probably one or two things I should know). Is that cheating?

I don't think so. A lot of the time googling doesn't help anyway.


:green:

We (as in everyone at the office) have opened 23 boxes. But many of those were done by a guy this afternoon, working on his own, while the rest of us were actually working. I suspect he found some answers somewhere.


I don't know. It's not *that* difficult -- I've got all but (L to R, T to B) 1, 2, 6, 21, and 25 open.


I've got all except 3, 4 and 25 open at this point.

Yeah, I have 3,4,5,10,24,25. Didn't get to work on it much today.

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#120 Post by Gren » 05 Dec 2007, 14:24

5 and 25 for us.
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He was glad to get it.

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#121 Post by JJ » 05 Dec 2007, 15:24

Gren wrote:5 and 25 for us.


Just 21 and 25 here. I've got no clue where to go off of the bottom left guy in 22.
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#122 Post by bing » 05 Dec 2007, 15:44

JJ wrote:
Gren wrote:5 and 25 for us.


Just 21 and 25 here. I've got no clue where to go off of the bottom left guy in 22.

Oh, I got to 21 through 17 via 16

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#123 Post by JJ » 05 Dec 2007, 15:55

bing wrote:
JJ wrote:
Gren wrote:5 and 25 for us.


Just 21 and 25 here. I've got no clue where to go off of the bottom left guy in 22.

Oh, I got to 21 through 17 via 16

Makes sense. But I can't figure out the top connection between 16 and 17, and the bottom one means nothing to me.
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#124 Post by JJ » 05 Dec 2007, 15:57

JJ wrote:
bing wrote:
JJ wrote:
Gren wrote:5 and 25 for us.


Just 21 and 25 here. I've got no clue where to go off of the bottom left guy in 22.

Oh, I got to 21 through 17 via 16

Makes sense. But I can't figure out the top connection between 16 and 17, and the bottom one means nothing to me.

Nevermind. That was stupid.
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#125 Post by bing » 05 Dec 2007, 16:03

JJ wrote:
JJ wrote:
bing wrote:
JJ wrote:
Gren wrote:5 and 25 for us.


Just 21 and 25 here. I've got no clue where to go off of the bottom left guy in 22.

Oh, I got to 21 through 17 via 16

Makes sense. But I can't figure out the top connection between 16 and 17, and the bottom one means nothing to me.

Nevermind. That was stupid.

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