Archive for June, 2009

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 06/30/09

There is no fate that cannot be surmounted by scorn.”   — Albert Camus

(Junior?) Jumble Spoiler – 06/30/09

Visual Description:  Blase looking doctor – patient conversation.

HURTT  =  TRUTH,  ARVEG  =  GRAVE,  THRAHE  =  HEARTH,  ROTTAH  =  THROAT   —   Giving us:  TRREHEATHA

Clue/Question:  How he described the talk with his cardiologist.

Answer:  HEART TO HEART

(The scrambled words nearly jumped off the page today.  And, the answer was just SO predictable.  Maybe we need difficulty ratings, like the Sudoku.  From the looks on their faces and trite dialog, it would’ve been more appropriate if the Clue/Question was:  He wouldn’t exactly describe his talk with his cardiologist as . . . ) Just Your Uncle’s 2 Cents

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 06/29/09

A good neighbor is a fellow who smiles at you over the back fence but doesn’t climb over it.”   — Arthur “Bugs”  Baer

Jumble Spoiler – 06/29/09

Visual Description:  Field day at the unsupervised office.

ENVAH  =  HAVEN,  GOMOR  =  GROOM,  BONYED  =  BEYOND,  THUSIA  =  HIATUS   —   Giving us:  HNOOEODAT

Clue/Question:  What the employees did when the boss went on vacation.

Answer:  (THEY)  HAD ONE TOO

Sunday Cryptoquote Spoiler – 06/28/09

Though every actor’s ambition is to stop the show, his instructions are that it must go on.”   — Kenneth Tynan

(It would be quite difficult to exit stage right – or left for that matter – if you actually were to break a leg!) —   YUR

Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 06/28/09

Visual Description:  History students listening to the professor’s lecture.

YURJIN  =  INJURY,  DRAFTI  =  ADRIFT,  TAISER  =  SATIRE,  DRAIMY  =  MYRIAD,  TERVID  =  DIVERT,  ROVEXT  =  VORTEX   —   Giving us:  NUFTSEMRDETOR

Clue/Question:  The historian returned to his alma mater because he was a . . .

Answer:  “FORMERSTUDENT

(I think I can already hear the complaints!  This was actually a very good Jumble, people!) —   YUR

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 06/27/09

The prime purpose of eloquence is to keep other people from talking.”   — Louis Vermiel

Jumble Spoiler – 06/27/09

Visual Description:  Cornball at some kinda cotillion.

ELLIS  =  LISLE,  TIBUL  =  BUILT,  NEPAHP  =  HAPPEN,  HACING  =  ACHING —   Giving us:  LLBUHAEAG

Clue/Question:  The party goer thought it was good for a laugh, but it was . . .

Answer:  LAUGHABLE

(Surprisingly, “ACHING” gave me the most trouble!) —   YUR

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 06/26/09

The biggest word in the language of business is not gross, but net.”   — Herbert Casson

Jumble Spoiler – 06/26/09

Visual Description:  Excited astronauts  soon after liftoff.

ALZEH  =  HAZEL,  SLEBS  =  BLESS,  DABALL  =  BALLAD,  UNTTAR  =  TRUANT   —   Giving us:  HALSBDTA

Clue/Question:  When the astronauts were launched into orbit, they . . .

Answer:  HAD A “BLAST


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