Archive for December 5th, 2021

Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 12/05/21

Top 10 Ski Resorts That are Perfect For Summer (with Photos) – Trips To  Discover

Visual Description:  How rich people do business.

DUTOSI  =  STUDIO,  COIXET  =  EXOTIC,  NLIFUS  =  SINFUL,  ACVTAN  =  VACANT,  GELALE  =  ALLEGE,  FOTPIR  =  PROFI  —   Giving us:  SIOTISFLVTAEERT

Clue/Question:  They saw one piece of property with their realtor, and it was – – –

Pre-Answer:  Four Words  (4-letters)  (2-letters)  (5-letters)  “(4-letters)”

The Best Colorado Ski Resorts for Summer Fun

Answer:  LOVE AT FIRST SITE

(A fairly predictable pun, and a pretty quick solve, for me.  How about you guys?  Congrats to Jeff’s Michigan Wolverines, on their 42-3 trouncing of Iowa.  After quite a long absence, they are finally in contention to play for the national championship.  First they play Georgia in the Orange Bowl, and then – hopefully – they’ll get to play either Alabama or Cincinnati for all the marbles!  Best of luck to the blue and gold!

There were no new clue words today.  Five of the jumbles are coming up as new for me today.  However, we have definitely seen “gelale” in past Jumbles.  I didn’t struggle with any of the jumbles today.  The answer letter layout was a fascinating fifteen letter jumble.  Nothing about it gave anything away.  I think the final answer slots, and the one that has the quotation marks, were what helped me to solve it quickly.

Fine outdoor scene cartoon, with the real estate agent and the excited couple.  You can see the lift lines going up the sides of the mountain.  Fun Sunday Jumble.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Images courtesy of Google

A little Stephen Sondheim music for lwc, song by the beautiful Bernadette Peters.  (My ballet dancer girlfriend always reminded me of Ms. Peters.  Lucky me!)

Sunday Cryptoquote Spoiler – 12/05/21

Finley Peter Dunne | American author | Britannica

It must be a good thing to be good or everybody wouldn’t be pretending he was.”   —   Finley Peter Dunne

(Finley Peter Dunne was kind of like the Stephen Colbert of his day.  Probably more so, as it was a simpler time, and newspapers were pretty much the only medium.  People actually read . . . a lot back then.  He looks a little like my great grandfather.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Image courtesy of Google

Today in 1791 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died, at the age of 35, in Vienna, Austria.


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