Samuel Butler (novelist) (1835-1902) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
“Life is live music; it must be composed by ear, feeling and instinct, not by rule.“ — Samuel Butler
In a score or on a performer’s music part, this sign indicates that the musician should perform a trill—a rapid alternation between two notes. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(But then again, it always helps to know how to follow the score! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
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Lauren Brooke, unknown and Kellie Maines at Green Novelties expo booth 2008 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: The humor of every adolescent boy.
TEARF = AFTER, TROBI = ORBIT, SHALPS = SPLASH, GGOMYS = SMOGGY — Giving us: FTRORISPSSOG
Clue/Question: The store owner’s fake vomit and other disgusting novelties resulted in . . .
Answer: GROSS PROFITS
(Another winner! No new clue words today. I think Hoyt has shot his load. All of them were well jumbled though. The answer letter layout was outstanding. Love the cartoon. What’s wrong with that kid, though? Most kids would say: That’s nasty . . . I’ll take two! All that’s missing from the display case is the rubber doggy-doo! How could Jeff leave that out? LOL! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Levant in An American in Paris (1951) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
“Underneath this flabby exterior is an enormous lack of character.” — Oscar Levant
(Hey! I resemble that remark! I could stand to drop a good twenty pounds. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Actor Tom Hanks, center, points to 250 veterans at the World War II Memorial March 11, during a speech by HBO co-president Richard Plepler (not pictured). Fellow executive produce Steven Spielberg is seated on Hanks’ right. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Some kind of running gag???
RIHEK = HIKER, INAGA = AGAIN, LODONE = NOODLE, PAMCIT = IMPACT — Giving us: IEGANNDLMA
Clue/Question: The movie about the winner of the marathon featured a . . .
Answer: LEADING MAN
(Very cute. A Tom Hanks, a Steven Spielberg and a couple of stock characters. Nice jumbling of the clue words. Very surprisingly, “again” is new to the clue word database. ralis95 has some work to do. Three words from Sunday’s Jumble Spoiler, which I’ll try to post tomorrow, as well. Beautiful job on the answer letter layout, but I think the cartoon and the gag were pretty self-evident. Be well and do good, friends. We reached our 500th subscriber/follower today! That’s gotta count for something.) — YUR
Aristotle (1811) Galleria dell’Accademia, Venice (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.“ — Aristotle
Barnstar of tolerance (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(An intolerant mind is an uneducated mind. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
PS. There are so many crappy posts from people saying we need to tolerate intolerance, so we’re not hypocritical. I guess we should just tolerate ignorance and injustice too!?!? — YUR
Orchid plant (Phalaenopsis) in flower shop in Advent, Germany (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Grannies Pansies.
SOINB = BISON, LATTO = TOTAL, VIREEV = REVIVE, LIMFAY = FAMILY — Giving us: BOOTLREEAML
Clue/Question: She opened her flower shop when she was in her 70s because she was a . . .
Answer: LATE BLOOMER
The Flower Shop (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(Atta girl, Betty! Loved this one. Great clue words, a fantastic answer letter layout, great pun and a beautiful cartoon. Can’t ask for more than that! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
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English: Rose മലയാളം: പനിനീര്പ്പൂവ് (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
“A single rose can be my garden . . . a single friend, my world.” — Leo Buscaglia
(Another beautiful sentiment! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
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Black-figure pottery. Burgas Archeology Meseum (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Big dummy on the dig.
HEVSO = SHOVE, BNALD = BLAND, HENDID = HIDDEN, DIFLED = FIDDLE — Giving us: OBAHENDE
Clue/Question: He didn’t make a very good archeologist because he was a . . .
(No new clue words today. All tried and true clue words. Nice answer letter layout! OBAHENDE sounds like the Swahili word for bonehead! Well, to me it does. Great cartoon! I wanted to be an archeologist when I was a kid. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
English: Former Major League Baseball player in 1953. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Breaking up . . . at the ol’ ballgame!
GHEED = HEDGE, DAANP = PANDA, WOOLLF = FOLLOW, LIZTYG = GLITZY — Giving us: HEEPDAFLLITY
Clue/Question: The baseball player broke up with his girlfriend so that he could . . .
Answer: PLAY THE FIELD
(New clue word, in “glitzy”! Nice job with the answer letter layout. Marvelous cartoon. Cubs??? Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
English: Hand-colored photograph of French General Ferdinand Foch (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
“The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire.“ — Ferdinand Foch
English: A peace tattoo and two peace signs, San Diego County Fair, Del Mar, California, 2009. Photograph by Patty Mooney, Crystal Pyrmaid Productions, San Diego, California. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(And unfortunately, probably the easiest weapon to ignite. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR