Visual Description: Boardroom boasting.
GOUBS = BOGUS, INXOT = TOXIN, STORYF = FROSTY, CARIYP = PIRACY — Giving us: OGSTOINFRSPIRA
Clue/Question: With the success of the 707, the Boeing Company had – – –
Answer: SOARING PROFITS
(“Off we go into the wild blue yonder, Climbing high into the sun.” I think Jeff always wanted to be a jet pilot! It’s not too late, at least to be a regular pilot. I bet he could even afford a small plane . . . that Mr. Bigshot! LOL! There were no new clue words today, but two of the jumbles came up as new. We’ve seen both “goubs” and “storyf” before. Not that it’s a new word, but I can remember when I first heard the word “bogus” . . . and I thought somebody had just made the word up! The answer letter layout was both big and beautiful. It did a very nice job of hiding the 14 letter answer. I also remember when the first 747s came out. Everyone was pretty much in awe of the Jumbo Jet, with its double-deck. I’ve only flown in them a few times. Usually for international flights. It seems they’re not used as much for simple domestic flights. They are still very impressive. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR