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Puzzle Story - one-armed man
Posted 09 January 2013 - 01:25 PM
Does the missing hand tie back to the man who was shot?
Did the one armed man intend to shoot Man A?
Was the shot man directly responsible for the One-Armed Man's one-handedness?
Was their subway meeting coincidental?
Was there a sudden flash of recognition?
Did the OAM know that the shot man was responsible for the hand loss prior to their meeting on the subway?
Did the shot man know he was responsible for the loss of the OAM's hand?
Did the OAM shoot the other person BECAUSE the other person was responsible for the loss of his arm?
No (this one gets into semantics a bit)
Does the OAM care that the other is responsible for his missing hand?
Not a surgeon
Not an accident
OG doesn't have the OAM's arm
not conjoined twins
Didn't lose it in a deliberate act of violence
The shootee did do something heinous to the shooter to cause the shooting.
No business relationship
The OG did not commit an act o violence that resulted in the OAM
Is the means by which the OAM lost his hand relevant to his motivation for shooting the Shot Man? - Yes
Not a workplace-related injury
OAM intended to kill the OG when he fired the gun
There was not malevolent intent on the part of the OG when he cost the OAM his arm
They did not have a close relationship
They were not friends
Basically no prior relationship before losing the arm
Had not seen each other since the incident
OAM had not been down on his luck
The OG was not helping the OAM when the hand incident took place
The OG recognized teh OAM before being shot
Professions are irrelevant
Loss of arm not violent but was deliberate
The were other parties involved in the hand incident but not the shooting
My wife is now participating at home
The OG was not trying to help someone else during the arm incident
The arm incident was the "only way out"
Arm not severed in a subway door
Hair splitting going on here
Not tied up or held hostage
the OAM was not anesthetized when he lost his arm
My wife figured it out
OAM was kinda trapped
not pinned down or tied up
OG did not necessarily cut OAM's arm off
OG is not a doctor
Location of the arm-removal is relevant
Job/preferences/wives whatever individually about the men not relevant
The other party was not necessarily related to the OG
Not a case of mistaken identity
Arm removal did not happen in the subway
Not a time traveler and did not wear women's clothing. (not that there's anything wrong with that)
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