Archive for August 30th, 2015

Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 08/30/15

English: Lazy Sunday aftenoon Horse chilling o...

English: Lazy Sunday aftenoon Horse chilling out not in field, but on the side of the lane at the farm entrance. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dig if you will this picture:  Slacker in his parent’s basement.

GIRUFE  =  FIGURE,  VAUNEE  =  AVENUE,  PTORMP  =  PROMPT,  NOYCOT  =  TYCOON,  TELLAH  =  LETHAL,  LAIVUS  =  VISUAL   —   Giving us:  FIGAEPMPYNLHISL

Clue/Question:  When it came to getting a job, their son wasn’t – – –

Slacker Cats

Slacker Cats (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Answer:  APPLYING HIMSELF

(A pun that takes the literal . . . and applies the figurative!  Or, vice versa.  Very nice, either way.  Uh, guess what, guys?  We have a new clue word today, in “visual”!  Can you believe it?  It’s been part of every Jumble Spoiler since sometime in 2008, but it’s never been used as a clue word, until today!  Will ralis95 pick up on this?  Depends on whether he reads the email this should generate.  Most of the jumbles were new, with the exception of “noycot”.  They’ve used that for “tycoon” before.  Wonderful answer letter layout.  It didn’t make the answer obvious for me.  At first, I was thinking the second word might be  PLAYING, but then FEPMHISL didn’t want to cooperate.  But, by removing the P, I was able to see . . . HIMSELF!  The now leftover P fit right in with PLAYING, to make for APPLYING.  Hey!  Whatever it takes.  Classic Knurek cartoon!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Sunday Cryptoquote Spoiler – 08/30/15

"Forgiveness 6" by Carlos Latuff.

“Forgiveness 6” by Carlos Latuff. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Too err is human, to forgive takes restraint; to forget you forgave is the mark of a saint.”   —   Suzanne Douglass

English: Graphic on forgiveness

English: Graphic on forgiveness (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(Maybe, that is why so few of us are destined for sainthood?  Too few who forgive are willing to forget.  Maybe, it’s easier when the forgiveness is of the unspoken kind.  When I reunited with my father, after 20 + years, there were no apologies . . . and no verbal forgiveness.  We just were.  We went on to have 15 years of a regular relationship.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR


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