Archive for July 4th, 2018

Independence Day Jumble Spoiler – 2018

Visual Description:  Red, White, and Blue-collar workers, baby!


Clue/Question:  When asked to help with his Independence Day cookout, his friends – – –


(Such a low pun, for such an elevating day!  But, a good stinky pun is unpretentious and unclouded.  Which is what America strives to be!  Or should, at least.  We shouldn’t let our divisiveness define us.  In the end, all the wedge issues are doing what the powers that be want us to do.  Bicker and fight, instead of contribute and unite.  America is at its best when working for a common goal.  Great?  Great again?  Let’s just be better.  Because, we can always do better.  Right?

Can you believe that David L. Hoyt has given us another two new clue words today?!?!  Both “broom” and “eldest” are not on my latest copy of the the ralis95, world famous, clue word database.  I hope the big boss man checks in to see this.  With the big holidays, he’s always busy entertaining folks at some celebratory fest, of one kind or another.  Also, all four of the jumbles came up as new today.  They were all great too, but “deelts” was the only one that slowed me down.  The answer letter layout was a well thought out jumble as well.  Nicely cryptic.

The cartoon does a great job of illustrating teamwork.  Everybody cooperating.  Everybody pitching in.  The American way!  Our diversity fuels our ferocity to excel.  We CAN get there together, when we CHOOSE to work together.  Happy birthday, America!  Be well and do good.)   —   YUR

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America’s Birthday Cryptoquote – 2018

O beautiful for heroes proved, in liberating strife, who more than self, their country loved, and mercy more than life.”   —   Katherine Lee Bates

(Ahh!  The song that SHOULD be our national anthem!  Why we abide by the decision of one of the lowest ranked Presidents in U.S. history is a mystery to me.  Many feel that “America the Beautiful” better represents the principles, and virtues, of the United States of America.  “The Star Spangled Banner” was a poem written about a battle in the War of 1812.  Our country is about so much more than war.  Or, at least it should be.  Besides, “America the Beautiful” is so much easier to sing than “The Star Spangled Banner”.  Debate every little thing, folks!  But, love your country, and love your neighbor!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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