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Library Lunacy

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.

 

Puzzle ID:#3670
Fun:*** (2.78)
Difficulty:*** (2.12)
Category:Logic
Submitted By:PeaceJo*ca****
Corrected By:boodler

 

 

 



A public library suddenly announced that each member could borrow an unlimited number of books and not return them for up to six months. Why?




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Comments

O_wise_one*
May 22, 2002

I suppose
missie
Jun 01, 2002

Generally, in most libraries you are allowed to check out and then return them anywhere, as long as it's in the same city. But, still, good teaser! It had me thinking!
frank0001h*gb*
Jun 01, 2002

Obviously run by the typical local council!
bmotts*
Aug 14, 2002

town councils haha you right bout that!
dumbell*
Aug 21, 2002

Like it. I thought the building had caught fire, but if that happened no one would want to stop to collect books would they. guess I was just being dumb!!
na-iem
Mar 13, 2003

I kinda guessed something like that.

I dont think this teaser should be in the "logic" section.
Rowsdower*
Jan 12, 2004

You know, my town just built a new library and it cost quite a bit, too bad no one thought of this!
seanlandrewsAus*
Oct 13, 2006

I liked this one. I thought the library was being remodeled and they were trying to get as many books out of the way as possible.
tonjawithaj*us*
May 29, 2007

Clever!
ztodd
Dec 11, 2007

ok, they'd lose all their books that way since all the patrons get unlimited books- hope they'd have a good legal stance to collect late fees & lost fees on all of them

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