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I did, and I did ... but not the first time!

I've seen the ad before. It is really well done.

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(NT) LOL I missed it as well
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(NT) Didn't and did
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It's set up so you fail

1) You are told to count the passes for the people in white so you concentrate on the white shirts rather than the people. I know I couldn't tell you sex or race - only that they wore white shirts.

2) The monkey suit was black.

3) You were focusing on passes rather than people.

4) I wonder if the monkey suit would have been noticed more often if you were to count the number of passes for the people in black?


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Missing the bear was not a fail IMO.

On being told to look for white passes, if you saw 13 passes you succeeded.
On the road a driver who avoided all cars as he moves along and changes lanes succeeds in that but fails as a driver, as the manslaughter verdict will tell him.

Good PSA.

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That was the whole point

It's supposed to trick you. People don't like being tricked. Happy

I can tell you that I've never had a cyclist sneak into my vision who was already ahead of me and I'm very diligent about using my mirrors to watch for automobile traffic behind me but I have missed a few bicycles that have sneaked up from behind while maneuvering through congested traffic. Haven't killed any of them yet...but thought about it. Devil

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"but thought about it.
Devil "

Hope you used an alias, taking the test. Happy

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