A traveler in the South chatted with an aged negro, whom he met in the road. "And I suppose you were once a slave?" he remarked. "Yes, suh," the old colored man answered. "And, so, after the war, you gained your freedom," the gentleman ... Read more of Slavery at Free Jokes.caInformational Site Network Informational
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THE VOTERS' PUZZLE.





(Unicursal and Route Problems)
Here we have, perhaps, the most interesting form of the puzzle. In how
many different ways can you read the political injunction, "RISE TO
VOTE, SIR," under the same conditions as before? In this case every
reading of the palindrome requires the use of the central V as the
middle letter.


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