Archive for May 9th, 2019

Jumble Spoiler – 05/09/19

 

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Visual Description:  Mountain goat mating ritual.

PERTC  =  CREPT,  MLOBO  =  BLOOM,  BUSTIM  =  SUBMIT,  FLUREF  =  RUFFL  —   Giving us:  CRTBOOSUTUFE

Clue/Question:  When the ram asked his adversary if he wanted to fight, he replied – – –

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Answer:  BUTT OF COURSE

(Ugh!  Pun smell like goat!  Goats just be some funky critters.  But, I do like me some feta cheese.  In salads, or with a little seasoned olive oil.  That’s some good eatin’!  And, whenever you say:  ‘But of course’ it’s best to say it with an affected European accent.  It gives you an air of faux sophistication.

We – sorta – have a new clue word today, in “ruffle”.  It’s not in my latest, 2/23/19, edition of the ralis95 clue word database.  But, the jumble “fluref” came up in my Tags, which means we have seen the word before.  It was either sometime after 2/23/19, or it happened on some Sunday, once upon a time, before I decided to alert ralis95, by inserting his name in the Sunday Jumble Spoiler, as a way to get him to open the email.  The other three words are definitely on the list.  The new jumbles are “pertc” and “mlobo”.  The answer letter layout was a beautiful twelve letter jumble.  It gave nothing away.  The big clue, for me, was the quotation marks around the first word slot.

Great nature cartoon.  The young female goats/sheep are cute, with their pretty little eye lashes.  And, the guys look all fierce and full of testosterone.  The winner gets the ewes.  The losers get . . . Dodge Ram commercials, and Farmers Insurance commercials.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Cryptoquote Spoiler – 05/09/19

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You are very powerful, provided you know how powerful you are.”   —   Yogi Bhajan

(This is exactly the kind of quote that school children should be taught, from a young age.  I think it would be wonderful if teachers would begin each class day with such a quote.  Write it on the black/white board.  Have the kids say it out loud.  Then have a short period of discussion of its meaning.  Even apply it throughout the day in their lesson plan, and have them repeat it at the end of the class day.  This kind of daily affirmation would serve to open and strengthen their young psyches, which would help them become confident, productive and happier adults.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

PS.  We welcome Yogi Bhajan to the Cryptoquote Club today!   —   YUR

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