Archive for March 3rd, 2022

Jumble Spoiler – 03/03/22

Motion to recall a warrant - How do you do it?

Visual Description:  How the law works.

PUTRE  =  ERUPT,  NWICE  =  WINCE,  GRANDO  =  DRAGON,  TARPIE  =  PIRATE   —   Giving us:  RTWNEDARA

Clue/Question:  A judge will authorize officers to make arrests, search property, etc., when it’s – – –

The Warrant Process - Taliaferro County Sheriff

Answer:  WARRANTED

(The police have to show probable cause before a judge will issue a search warrant.  Oh, were you a cop or something, Uncle Rave?  Heck, no!  I’ve just been watching police procedurals for as long as I can remember.  From the Jack Lord/James MacArthur “Hawaii Five-O” to the Alex O’Loughlin/Scott Caan “Hawaii Five-O”, and from the Tom Selleck “Magnum P.I” to the Jay Hernandez “Magnum P.I.”.  And all the “CSI”s and “Law & Order”s, to mention just a few.  My favorites were “Hill Street Blues” and “NYPD Blue”.  Both Steven Bochco shows.  Had a big crush on Gail O’Grady!

All of today’s clue words are members in good standing on the ralis95 clue word database.  Only one of the jumbles appear to be new, but we’ve definitely seen “putre”, “grando” and “tarpie” in previous Jumbles.  I saw through them pretty quickly.  The answer letter layout was a nifty nine letter jumble.  It was jumbled admirably.  And they told me watching all that TV would rot my brain!  LOL!

Fine cartoon of police appealing to a judge for a search warrant.  Very often, on TV, they go to the judge’s home to request the warrant.  I wonder how often that happens in real life?  Any cops – retired, or active – reading this blog?  Okay.  Technically, a Private Investigator is not a cop.  But the good ones work with the police.  Good Jumble.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Cryptoquote Spoiler – 03/03/22

Ambassador Tom Loftus: Vote on confirmation of U.S. ambassador to Norway |  Column | madison.com

Next to entertaining or impressive talk, a thorough-going silence manages to intrigue most people.”   —   Florence J. Harriman

(This woman was both bold and accomplished.  She was a suffragist, active in politics, and a diplomat.  She was born into money, and she married money.  But her nickname was “Daisy”!  And, she lived to the ripe old age of 97 years.  This appears to be the first of her quotes used for a Cryptoquote, at least since I’ve been posting these spoilers.  So, we welcome Mrs. Harriman to the Cryptoquote Club today.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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