Ah, the joys of insomnia. I started thinking about this idly at 4.00am, and had to get up to write it.
This is a litle mindbending puzzle, not law related. I have a collection of words here, which I have shuffled so that they aren’t in order. The words all have something in common. Sadly I don’t have a full set (it may be impossible to complete the full set, as I haven’t been able to think of the missing ones yet)
Can you work out what they have in common, and better yet, come up with some of the missing ones? If you want to work on this without spoilers, probably avoid reading the comments – I have some very smart readers and I’m sure some of them will get there.
In random order then
Type, Bone, Movie, Sign, Spot, Cars, Line, Cloth, Ray, Zone, Section, Pad, Chromosome, Bomb, Notice, Word
And in case that is driving you to despair, can I recommend Seanbaby’s diatribe about the pointlessness of the Riddler as a bad guy
“What’s green and purple and commits lots of crime / Whose superpower is wasting your time?”
And if you develop a taste for Seanbaby’s humour, http://www.seanbaby.com/personal/americarules.htm
in which Sean decides to cook and prepare a meal, using his iron chef rules that he has to buy all of the ingredients in foreign food supermarkets and “I may only buy a food item or food-like item if it is NOT labelled in English and I have absolutely no idea what it is”