English: An Automobile Engine Français : Un moteur d’automobile (6 cylindres à plat refroidi par air de porsche 911) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: What you need to drive down the information superhighway.
NUYSN = SUNNY, REETX = EXERT, LCTHIG = GLITCH, HATLLE = LETHAL — Giving us: SNNEERGICEHA
Clue/Question: He used one to find a new motor for his car.
Answer: A SEARCH ENGINE
English: The NASA insignia. Español: Insignia de la NASA. Italiano: Logo della NASA. Русский: Логотип НАСА. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(The guys were firing on all cylinders with this one! Well-jumbled clue words, top-notch answer letter layout, a clarion cartoon and a current and relevant answer/pun. None of the clue words are new to us, but I always have to think a little to get “lethal”. And, who doesn’t love the word “glitch”? Houston, I think we have us a glitch! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
- Finest Hour Pt 2: Origins of the Automobile (bazibukatende.wordpress.com)
- History of Automotive Industry (automobileindustryblog.wordpress.com)
- Persu Streamliner, 1923 (retrorambling.wordpress.com)
Out of the blue, she found herself wondering if Kierkegaard had mentioned giant bunny hallucinations in his analysis of existential anxiety and life’s absurdity (Photo credit: wottheduk)
“Don’t forget to love yourself.“ — Soren Kierkegaard
Søren Kierkegaard (Copenhague) (Photo credit: dalbera)
(The way this was laid out in my newspaper, I thought there was some kind of screw up, and I was looking at a partial quote. One line, followed by what looks like six blank lines. Then a period, the hyphen and the author cipher, all on the last line. Despite all this, it was a simple solve. It’s a simple, yet important, message though. We tend to get all caught up in relationships and issues, big and small, but very often lose sight of our selves. We’re not expected to love ourselves above all else, or above all others. But, in order to really love anything effectively we have to start by loving ourself. Give yourself a break. Forgive yourself. Love yourself. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR