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(Crappy!) Father’s Day Cryptoquote – 06/21/20

Daddy's Here! Why Fathers Call Themselves 'Dad' Around Children ...

Being a woman is a terribly difficult task, since it consists principally in dealing with men.”   —   Joseph Conrad

(On any other day, I would find this quote quite humorous.  It’s a little dig at men, and it was coined by a man.  But, to use it as a quote, on Father’s Day, I find this to be exceedingly insensitive and insulting!  I’ve never had a problem with Rebecca Kornbluh’s feminist bent, and I understand people carrying emotional baggage, but this is beyond the pale.  She should be ashamed of herself!  And, she should apologize to her readers.  Just who the Hell does she think she is?!

For all the people out there who enjoy doing the Cryptoquote, and love/d their fathers, or love being fathers, I would like to apologize for today’s selection.  It takes quite a lot to offend yer Uncle Rave, but she surely succeeded at offending me.  Better luck next near!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Father’s Day Jumble – 06/21/20

Father And Son Riding A Bike Together Stock Photo, Picture And ...

Visual Description:  Too cute . . . for two!

CLUEKB  =  BUCKLE,  SCTTHI  =  STITCH,  EEEDCX  =  EXCEED,  TINKET  =  KITTEN,  SLFEUU  =  USEFUL,  RZHADA  =  HAZARD   —   Giving us:  KLSTIEEEKINUFLHAR

Clue/Question:  The boy and his dad both enjoyed bright, clear days.  It was – – –

Pre-Answer:  Four Words  (4-letters)  (6-letters)  (4-letters)  “(3-letters)”

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Answer:  LIKE FATHER, LIKE SUN

(Great little Father’s Day, and first full day of Summer, pun!  When you’re a father – or mother – your world revolves around your son, and/or daughter.  Humans are naturally heliocentric.  It took more than a millennium and half for the Catholic church to accept it, but they eventually . . . came around.

Thankfully, we have no new clue words today!  Happy Father’s Day to ralis95 though!  Five of the jumbles are coming up as new, but we’ve definitely seen “tinket” before.  No real stumpers, for me.  The answer letter layout was a very impressive seventeen letter jumble.  Nothing obvious about it.  The answer layout slots and the punctuation were the big clues for me.

I do believe we’ve seen this park before!  We’ve seen this clock tower in the last week or so.  You can clearly see the sun in the sky.  And, a real heart-warming way the dad and son are looking at each other.  A great Father’s Day Jumble!  Thanks, guys!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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