Archive for August 23rd, 2017

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 08/23/17

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If you’re not making mistakes, then you’re not making decisions.”   —   Catherine Cook

(Don’t know who she is, but apparently she’s a child.  Or, at least very young.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Jumble Spoiler – 08/23/17

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Visual Description:  The intimate performance.

DEEWG  =  WEDGE,  LUYBK  =  BULKY,  DEELYI  =  EYELID,  NNCOAY  =  CANYON   —   Giving us:  WEKLYO

Clue/Question:  The pianist played for just a few people.  His performance was – – –

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Answer:  LOWKEY

(This looks like it’s aboard someone’s private yacht!  I think we’re seeing waves outside the window.  I love having the full-sized Jumbles, instead of the reduced-sized ones!  Ahh, wealthy hipsters!  Well, we had no new clue words today, but three of the jumbles came up as new.  They’ve definitely used “deewg” before.  I thought that both “deelyi” and “nncoay” were great jumbles.  Strangely enough, I’ve been dealing with an “eyelid” infection of some kind!  The answer letter layout was fine, for such a short answer.  The answer was a nice, stinky pun!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR 

Curtain Raiser

I know a lot of people on the right don’t usually agree with the ACLU, but this time they can’t complain. — YUR

CollTales

Banning Speech Empowers Hate, Colltalers

Terrorism, which in America is led now by a re-enabled white supremacy movement, seems to propose a challenge to the constitutional idea of free speech. But despite its complexities, it shouldn’t. The distinction between crime and freedom of expression is already in our DNA.
It’s actually been all by settled even before the Constitution, in what’s known as the Boston Massacre trials, by no other but a founding father, John Adams. Just as he defended in court a group British soldiers, the ACLU is fulfilling its role, by defending everyone’s right to congregate.
The issue has become a contentious one again, since the treasured, and nearly centenarian, civil liberties institution represented the organizer of the Nazi rally in Charlotesville. The violent gathering caused widespread injuries, and the death by car of rights activist Heather Heyer.
The ACLU, however, is not above criticism. It’s announced changes…

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