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    That assumes the dwarves are infinitley small or they start by spacing themselves 2^50 dwarf widths apart.
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    As I said, they have plenty of space The solution is correct.
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    Hmm... I don't think that it's a good idea to merge all riddle threads. If we run out of riddles or loose the interest, the threads will quickly disappear out of sight. If on the other hand we keep posting new ones, a single thread won't suffice and a new board might be necessary.

    I don't like the idea of posting new riddles in this thread, and I'm not sure whether I'm supposed to start new threads in "General Discussions".

    Any ideas?

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    What's wrong with posting new riddles into this thread? As long as it hasn't disappeared from the front page, it's still fresh enough to revive.
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