Archive for August 30th, 2022

Jumbled Solved – 08/30/22

The 10 best courtroom dramas | Culture | The Guardian

Visual Description:  Court casualty.

TOLCU  =  CLOUT,  RADKN  =  DRANK,  ARBNRE  =  BARREN,  VNETIR  =  INVERT   —   Giving us:  LOTDRAARRINER

Clue/Question:  For the inexperienced young attorney, the learning process was – – –

Lawyers What Mistakes Do TV And Movies Make

Answer:  TRIAL AND ERROR

(A great stinky pun, and one that caught me a little off guard.  I didn’t pick up on it right away, so it took me a little trial and error!  The word ORDER was running around in my head, but so was AND, and there was only the one D!  I had to rewrite the answer letter layout into vowels and then consonants, in alphabetical order, to see the word TRIAL.  That got me to the popular phrase!

No new clue words today, but it looks like all the jumbles are coming up as new.  I was able to get all of them right away.  The answer letter layout was a tremendous thirteen letter jumble.  For me, it gave absolutely nothing away.

Great courtroom scene cartoon.  Jeff has given us the judge, opposing council, and even a few of the jurors.  Yes, I should’ve seen the final answer sooner, but no cheap shots, folks!  We will have order in the court of Uncle Rave!  LOL!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Cryptoquote Solved – 08/30/22

Orville Wright - Dayton Innovation Legacy

If birds can glide for long periods of time, then why can’t I?”   —   Orville Wright

(We tend to give all the credit to the Wright Brothers for the first manned – powered – flight, in 1903, but most of us don’t realize that a little less than a hundred years before Sir George Cayley “flew” the first – unmanned – glider.  By 1849 he had built one that carried a 10 year old boy – distance unknown.  And, by 1853 he had built one that carried an adult employee approximately 900 feet.  Much farther than the Wright Brothers’ 175 feet!  But of course the Wright Brothers plane was powered by a small engine, whereas Cayley’s glider was not.  George died in 1857, but he greatly influenced the Wright Brothers in their designs.  So, I guess we gotta give it up to old George, for man’s initial soaring with the birds.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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