Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by CraKaJaX, Mar 30, 2007.
any help with 5?
Were you around for any of the moon shots?
I'll get back to it tomorrow; I'm tired.
I don't remember many of them by the number. What's the theme?
Me, too. Heading to bed soon.
Can't say I was.
Well, that would have helped. Watched any movies that show early launches? Do you remember what happened around the time of the launch?
Never saw any moon shot movies. And no, I don't. I've saw a space ship launch from Kennedy Space Center... if that counts.
LOL. Your last three words are priceless!!
That should be enough to get you through this one. Heading to bed....
I tried countdown, final countdown, the final countdown, counting... etc. WTF
I'm stumped on 4... someone willing to PM me the answer? I'll help you later on if I can.
what about TNE? I'm not even playing this puzzle but I can guess that from the quotes.
Damn, I'm stumped on 14. I have tried every combination of countdown possible. And economics class isn't helping either...
Come on. Every little kid will do the same thing just before he launches something into the air. Say it out loud.
Or, you could read one of the above posts....
Finally got it! Took a little while without help.
Does anyone have the keyword to get from level 6 to 7? The phrase I used warped me to 9, but I want to see 7 and 8.
okay, someone please help on number 4.
I have the element, that was easy, but I have no clue what the title clue is referring to. I've looked at the previous posts, but they didn't help much.
Listen to the music. The first letter of the word is the note on the picture (Letter C for those who don't read music). The rest should be easy. It is the name of something that is usually green and edible.
I thought my last post on it gave the answer away.
Search on Google with the quotes as marked to get your answer near the top of the google search for this (fill in the blank):
"No ____" China
"No" comes from the missing symbol. The blank comes from the name of the missing symbol. China comes from the title of the puzzle.
You know what's missing and that's the key. What is another way of saying that tin is missing? There is no tin? Not having tin? It will be one word followed by tin.
Now incorporate that with the title and Google away.
I got it in less than five minutes. I had to play it by ear to spell it .
I'm a bit stuck on 27.3. If anyone has ideas, I'm open to discuss them.
They're all rhymes. I can't figure out 27.6 though. I figured out the logos, but the obvious rhyme doesn't work.
I still cant figure out level 2 can some one just tell me.
God I'm retarded. I'm back at it now...
How am I supposed to tell what I need to rhyme?