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JamesGifford wrote:
It's a Lazarus Long quote but I find that I can no longer sort those out by book. I'll hazard a guess at Sunset.


The answer is the THE CAT WHO WALKED THROUGH WALLS.

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thinker wrote:
The answer is the THE CAT WHO WALKED THROUGH WALLS.

No such book - not in this universe, anyway.


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The Cat Who Walks Through Walls


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DavidWrightSr wrote:
The Cat Who Walks Through Walls

Maybe he passed, tense.


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I will pose a little puzzle of my own:

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"Not at all," the young man answered and put his book down. "Perhaps you are the man I'm looking for."


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Wusses. The answer is "The Man Who Traveled in Elephants."


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Okay, next puzzle:
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In Miami Miss Universe (Miss Ghana—42-22-38), speaking through her press secretary & interpreter, revealed that she intended to be the first starship commander and had been studying neo-Einsteinian ballistics under hypnosis for two years. The General Secretary of the People’s Fraternal Society of Cosmonauts, Astronauts, & Space Engineers (A.F.L.-C. I.O.) wondered publicly as to Miss Universe’s ability to do simple arithmetic with her shoes on.


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PeterScott wrote:
Okay, next puzzle:
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In Miami Miss Universe (Miss Ghana—42-22-38), speaking through her press secretary & interpreter, revealed that she intended to be the first starship commander and had been studying neo-Einsteinian ballistics under hypnosis for two years. The General Secretary of the People’s Fraternal Society of Cosmonauts, Astronauts, & Space Engineers (A.F.L.-C. I.O.) wondered publicly as to Miss Universe’s ability to do simple arithmetic with her shoes on.


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Ding ding, we have a winner. (Was it that easy?)


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PeterScott wrote:
Ding ding, we have a winner. (Was it that easy?)


No it wasn't easy. However I have to admit I cheated. I used the search function in the eBooks. Still I had to go through about 20 eBooks to find it but the search function is very quick (maybe not so on all computers). I could've narrowed my search by eliminating all the juveniles. I searched them anyway.

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