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This puzzle is actually the origin of "think outside the box," with the idea being that you have to realize that the line's aren't restricted to the grid but can extend beyond the 'box.' While I suppose the solution with three is reasonable, it seems a bit dumb to me. It seems a reasonable assumption that the dots are supposed to represent abstract points. That is to say, that you wouldn't be able to hit 3 horizontal points with an angled line. I suppose you might say that it's reasonable to assume you can't go outside the box either, but they seem different to me.
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If there is one true faith, then being raised by Atheists is no different than being raised by parents of any of the other false faiths. So if it turns out the Catholics are right and all non-Catholics are S.O.L., then any children adopted by Jews, Protestants, or Muslims will have been denied the chance to worship the Almighty God. In brief, this is bullsh*t. Religious freedom includes the freedom not to be religious.
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