Su Doku

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Puzzle involving placing numbers on a grid, in such a way that no square, row or column contains the same digit 1-9.

It is important to practice this puzzle, as you never know when life is going to throw a situation at you which can only be solved in this way. Example: being chased by a tiger.

Su Doku (the tool of the devil) has been described as the Rubik's Cube of the 21st century. This is because both are puzzles, and both are square. Therefore the same, in the minds of the ignorant masses. We could ignore stupid people, but we live in a democracy and they have the vote, and outnumber us. Shit.

According to Gene Ray, a noted scientist-philosopher, Su Doku square Singularity god is EVIL as Creation reigns as Opposites. Educators, and You - ought to be killed for ignoring the fact that "Earth is Cubed". Do you know that time is a simultaneous 4 corner square that rotates to a 4 day time cube within 1 - 24 hour rotation of Earth? You are educated stupid and unable to know Nature's 4-Day Time Cube Creation.

Su Doku is named after the Jedi Count Su Dooku, aka Darth Velociraptor, famed for wielding the only square lightsabre in existance. Portrayed in "Star Wars Episode 7 : War of the Droids" by veteran actor Christopher Lee (Father of Bruce Lee).

There have been several spin-offs of the popular game including 'Pseudo Cow', played on a farm with life-sized models of cows, 'Sioux Dock-leaf' where native American Indians must relieve the pain of nettle stings, and 'Alfonzo's Pledge' which the rules are so complicated no one can understand them.