Archive for January 11th, 2015

Sketch of the day no 486 in my art journal: happy Sunday

From one of my all-time favorite fellow bloggers! (But, she’s no fella! She’s a lady!) — YUR

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When you do things with love and passion, you will find peace and joy
Happy Sunday! XOXO

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Sunday Cryptoquote Spoiler – 01/11/15

English: Screenshot of Ava Gardner and Burt La...

English: Screenshot of Ava Gardner and Burt Lancaster from the trailer for the film The Killers. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A decision is what a man makes when he can’t get anyone to serve on a committee.”   —   Fletcher Knebel

(Wow!  This is the guy who wrote Seven Days in May.  A terrific political thriller about an attempted military coup, right here in the US of A!  A great book, that they made into a great movie, starring Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Fredric March and Ava Gardner.  What a cast!  If you get a chance, you really should watch this movie.  You can probably find it on Netflix, and it occasionally comes on Turner Classic Movies.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 01/11/15

 

Visual Description:  Backstage with the “American Beatles”.

 

CLINEY  =  NICELY,  TINEBT  =  BITTEN,  CULONK  =  UNLOCK,  INSECK  =  SICKEN,  SMOBYL  =  SYMBOL   —   Giving us:  NEBIEUNSKESMOS

 

Clue/Question:  When Jones, Tork, Dolenz and Nesmith teamed up, everyone enjoyed their – – –

 

 

Answer:  MONKEE BUSINESS

 

(Hey!  Hey!  This is right out of my childhood.  I was a huge fan.  It didn’t matter to me that they were a contrived, made for TV band.  They were young and funny.  And, their songs were very catchy.  There was something to like about each of them.  Davey was the cute one: pretty boy looks, short, and a British accent.  Mickey was the handsome, but rubber-faced clown.  Peter was the loveable oddball.  And, Mike was the level-headed, All-American country boy.  He kind of had to play Moe to the other 3 stooges.  Mickey was my favorite.  Initially, almost all their songs were written by Boyce & Hart and Neil Diamond, but later on they wrote more of their own.  People did, and still do, question their talent as a band, but they were unquestionably a well orchestrated and successfully marketed phenomenon.

 

No new clue words today.  ralis95 can rest easy.  But, all of the jumbles came up as new, for me.  I was able to get them all immediately.  The answer letter layout was really a first class effort.  A truly great big jumble, that gave nothing away.  For me though, the answer was pretty obvious.  Like I said earlier, this one was right in my wheelhouse.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR 

PS.  No Monkee links came up! :-p   —   YUR

 


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