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Coral's Sleuth Challenge #1: What did you discover and find most interesting?

This poll will require a bit of investigation to answer. Before taking this poll, please read my Sleuth article for week 1, to read all of the stories and find the answers. Then pick which of the details below was the most interesting to you, vote, and let us know why, making sure you tag the author in your comment. This is a way to introduce some new authors or interesting articles, and have some fun sleuthing! © Copyright 2015 - Coral Levang. All Rights Reserved | FOPP | | | online

It appeared to be a leaf.

0 votes / 0% 0 votes

A Goddess trades a beautiful robe for wisdom.

0 votes / 0% 0 votes

No programming language classes have been studied.

1 votes / 33% 1 votes / 33 %

Tourists walk citadel yards.

0 votes / 0% 0 votes

Suicide is highest in Protestants, and lowest among Jews.

0 votes / 0% 0 votes

Prince Philip is knighted.

2 votes / 66% 2 votes / 66 %
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CoralLevang wrote on July 25, 2015, 5:34 PM

Please NOTE: Once you have read the six articles from the article on the one that YOU found most interesting. Then TAG the Author of the article in your comment section, so we can give them the proper credit, with an explanation why you chose them.
Please do not simply vote here, without mention of the author and the article. This is to help other authors be discovered. Thank you.

Last Edited: July 25, 2015, 5:36 PM

Ruby3881 wrote on July 25, 2015, 10:18 PM

I thoroughly enjoyed reading Gossamer 's post about the knighting of Prince Philip. Honestly, the Australian PM must have been on something when he came up with that idea!

PriscillaKing wrote on July 26, 2015, 3:56 PM

Now I'll have to do this when I get time to spend at this site. Not today, though. Not tomorrow.

Feisty56 wrote on July 26, 2015, 11:27 PM

I found each one of the posts interesting in its own right, but Luisga814 post "Created a Library Database" piqued my interest enough that I then read more posts he had written. He is both a librarian and a college professor -- and very self-motivated!