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November 25, 2009

THERE IS NOTHING LEFT TO BELIEVE IN

A Sudoku scandal.

(Thanks to Janice Gelb)

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Didn't know that Homer Simpson played Sudoku.

D'oooohhhhhhh

Can a Chutes & Ladders scam be far behind?

"Gooned on the juice" and Sudoku are two things that I never thought would be together in sports.

"...failed to complete puzzles he had solved last month.."?

That about sums up my performances too!

It took a while to catch him because suspicious players did not know how to dial a 10-digit phone number.

Was he using a corked pen, or anabolic numerals or something?

If someone was feeding him answers, why didn't THAT person enter the contest?

jt the alien phillynews.com writer has apparently done his job..

Dave, that's what alien writers want you to think

Just seeing the words "sudoku" and "scandal" next to each other in a sentence is enough of a laugh to get me through the rest of the day.

Braniff--
He probably used a computer to crack it.

There was a guy on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire in its UK incarnation who used a couple of audience members to help him advance.

Something about this story just doesn't add up.

And the so called United Nations does nothing.

I've got a python script here (OK, hold the obvious jokes...) which solves any Sodoku puzzle in a matter of seconds. I found it on the innerweb, where it was written by the head tech guy at Google, who put it on his blog.

He claims he wrote the program to prove that "Sodoku is nothing but a denial-of-service (DOS) attack on your brain."

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