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Ripley's Believe It or Not by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! for October 25, 2015

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    Rob Rex  about 6 years ago

    Combining a couple of these facts, we can theorize that green snow could be a possibility given the right conditions.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  about 6 years ago

    I don’t which is more strange: orange snow or olive sand. How do you even write in word form the Rubik’s cube’s configurations (that is quite an awful lot though)?

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    Simon_Jester  about 6 years ago

    Could have been worse; could have been YELLOW snow.

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    comixbomix  about 6 years ago

    You don’t even want to go to the beach with the presence of dramamine…

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    linsonl  about 6 years ago

    Back in the day when the cubes were popular, I bought a book about solving the thing, and it is not that difficult to memorize. Whenever I was at a house with a Rubik’s cube, I would solve the thing and put it back with all sides the same color. Then I would go home and wait for the phone to ring when it was discovered that the cube had been solved.

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    badtothebone  about 6 years ago

    Aren’t there 27 pieces in a Rubik’s cube?

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    cstufano  almost 6 years ago

    Yes, 27 if you count the center piece that connects the 26 visible pieces

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    bookworm0812  almost 6 years ago

    And while there are probably several possibilities once you’ve solved the Cube and gotten one color on each side, I thought I once heard that there is ultimately ONE absolutely right answer. That you’ve only TRULY solved it with each color being on a certain side. I don’t remember if that’s true or not.

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    meowlin  almost 6 years ago

    Doc Savage?

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    JastMe  almost 6 years ago

    Agreed. #38 (originally #24 in the magazine) was titled Red Snow. “When the red snow descends, all in its path are destroyed, their bodies devoured by the scarlet rot. …”

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    benbrilling  almost 6 years ago

    On the beach, wouldn’t it be the pits if the olive turned out drab?

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    spaced man spliff Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    Just because I need to let my inner number nerd out to play… 43 quintillion, 252 quadrillion, 3 trillion, 274 billion, 489 million, 856 thousand.-Next year’s national debt?

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    Captain Colorado  almost 6 years ago

    A distinct theme of color in today’s strip.

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    Lazydoggs3  almost 6 years ago

    don’t eat yellow snow or even orange for that matter

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    Tarredandfeathered  almost 6 years ago

    A possible Very Dirty Trick would be to Alter the Colors on the Center squares on each Face..This would render the Altered Cube Unsolvable because the relationship between the Center and Corners would never come out “Right”..

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    josietn  almost 6 years ago

    Back in 1990, in my little small town in Northeast Tennessee, it rained mud, from a dust storm in Texas.

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