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November 13, 2005



As I mentioned before, I'm now addicted to "Sudoku," a Japanese made, simple, numeric crossword puzzle. I bought one of the sudoku books which has 125 puzzles, and finished them. I mean I have solved all of the 125 puzzles. It's rather ridiculous because it takes 10 to 60 minutes to solve each puzzle. I did it in three weeks while preparing for the PPL written exam. I know I should have spent all the time on sudoku preparing for the PPL, but I couldn't. The puzzle game is so addictive. After finishing the book, I've got great software for Palm, which generates new sudoku puzzle games, as many as I like. It is almost a black hole for me; all of my time and energy is pulled into it. How can I escape from this strong temptation?

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