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nothing?

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Nope.  

I got parietal too. Is that like pariah, et al?

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Don’t you wish :wink:

The parietal lobe is responsible for sensorimotor integration and language processing. I’m faceblind and dyspraxic, so if anything, parietal does not describe me.

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Do you see everybody as big white Ells on an orange field?

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I got Nob, tare, dang, and a number of rude words that don’t need repeating. Except to myself, while softly giggling.

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#STRING, THEN! 

One word obviously did need repeating.

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On this side of the pond it is decidedly less rude. Heck, I used to live next to Nob Hill :yum:

(Nob)

It could have been worse

I will stop being off topic now.

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I believe the answer is Gold.

But I’m not happy with that. The riddle feels like it is being too clever by half. Which is probably because I didn’t come up with it.

Yep, that’s right.

And, to be fair, the entire character of Spock in Spock vs. Q is “too clever by half.”

The first five minutes is basically Spock needling Q until Q grows frustrated and tells the audience that there’s an asteroid coming to wipe us all out… which Spock was unable to tell us because doing so would violate the Temporal Prime Directive. Manipulating an omnipotent being into telling us, though, apparently doesn’t.

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