“The limits of my language are the limits of my mind. All I know is what I have words for.“ — Ludwig Wittgenstein
(Sometimes, I feel like I do actually know more, but I just can’t find the words to express it. Language is so important, and can be so powerful. I think that I am an amateur philosopher of language. I think it’s pretty clear that Bill Clinton considers himself one, as well! Be well, do good, friends.) — YUR
Bob's Yer Uncle (Photo credit: Andrea Marutti)
Visual Description: Hitting awfully close to home, guys.
TAHIF = FAITH, FRASC = SCARF, RECCAS = SCARCE, FLAWEF = WAFFLE — Giving us: ASRSCLE
Clue/Question: Careless drivers can end up . . .
(For the record, my car woes are all mechanical issues, stemming from all of my cars being over 10 years old. Yer Uncle is very CAR-FULL, and hasn’t had any kind of accident in over 5 years. There. Now that THAT little indignity is out of the way, here’s the puzzle critique. The only clue word that I had any difficulty with happens to be the word that is new to the ralis95 clue word database, “scarce”. “Scarf” was almost backwards, and I always look to pair double consonants together, so “waffle” was a piece of cake. “Faith”? I just saw it . . . like a light coming down from the heavens. It reached out to me, shook me and screamed: Do you believe??? I said: Yeah, sure . . . whatever. The answer letter layout was great, for such a short answer. Great cartoon. What’s up with “POI”, Knurek? This is at least the second time you’ve snuck this in. Are you a fan of Person of Interest, or is there some other meaning? That’s it, folks. Be well and do good.) — YUR
PS. I’m not that heavy, and I haven’t worn any kind of beard in years, too! LOL! — YUR
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