Jumble Spoiler – for 10102020

Bill and Melinda Gates: Software is making textbooks obsolete - Business  Insider

Visual Description:  Mrs. & Mr. Melinda Gates


Clue/Question:  When Microsoft co-founder Mr. Gates bought a new suit, he chose one that – – –

Glee' Actress Jane Lynch Speaks to Late Co-star Naya Rivera in a Touching  Post on Twitter


(Or, the William, I suppose.  A funny old expression, that ironically – in this case – means suitable!  And, of course it should fit Bill Gates, seeing that he hired a tailor to make it for him.  He probably hasn’t bought off the rack at least since 1986, the year Microsoft went public.  He and Paul Allen changed the world of personal computing when they came out with Windows.  MS-DOS was fine if you were a little geeky, but Windows was so much more user friendly.

None of today’s clue words are new.  Two of the jumbles are, but we’ve seen both “rublt” and “tiykt” before.  No stumpers for me today.  The answer letter layout was a tidy ten letter jumble.  The final answer just seemed to roll off my tongue though..

Passable resemblances of Bill and Melinda.  I think that Jeff patterned the tailor/seamstress after Jane Lynch.  A talented actress, and now the host of the reboot  “Weakest Link”.  I haven’t seen it yet, but then again I’m a “Jeopardy” man.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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