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Solved on first try, pretty easy one.
There weren't very many options to consider so the solution wasn't hard to stumble onto.
must be getting better, saw it in a few secs
14 Hours ; Alice I am ging to send you to thre moon.
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I got this one right away, but I do think it is kind of a cool puzzle.
not sure on this one
easy as pie!
Solved it, no idea what position I was when I arrived at the solution, perhaps seated.
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