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Guest Message by DevFuse
Car Tracks in the Snow
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Posted 05 August 2007 - 07:12 PM
A car is parked in a circular driveway. In front of the car, there is only one set of tire tracks in the snow. Behind the car, there are three sets of tire tracks in the snow. How did this happen? (This actually happened to me one winter.)
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