(PRWEB) December 17, 2017
The fictionalized texts in this site (Longevitypuzzles.com) is completely replaced weekly with a new episode.
(To clarify, here is, an example of a future episode containing the clues for the solving of the puzzles. Just read the text . . . t, then do the puzzles
The Joy of a 'No News' Day. . . the Routine
First things first. Dr. Norman Peters, The Elastic Man, had his daily transfusion of plant blood... an elixir (magic cure-all) of greens, seeds and miso. The “combination lock” to longevity requires more than one number to open.
The Elastic Man liked the city life so much he could not
understand how people could rusticate (dwell) in the suburbs . . .
yet alone the country.
In the distance he heard the 'big city' newsboy's often
discursive (rambling) shouting of the news headlines. The day
before he blared, “Malevolent ISIS executioner decapitates
hostages.” This day the news improved . . . like the town crier of
old . . . and in his best stentorian (extremely loud) voice he
shouted, “ISIS malefactor (wishing evil to others) defaces statue.”
Even though it was January, the breeze was redolent (strongly
suggestive) of spring. Imagine the beauty of the Whitebeam (rose
family) trees which dimmed the bad news... intractable (hard to
manage) in all seasons. He could hear the euphonious
(melodious) music in the distance.
(To be replaced and continued the following week)
About the author:
Don Abrams is a retired twenty-five year Professor at Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology (Ottawa, Ontrio, Canada).
Based on his previous international best-seller, The Profit Taker, he has conducted more than 100 seminars at leading universities and colleges in Canada, the U.S. and China.
The content for this new blog was three years in the creating.
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