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Not to sound like a radical rightist, but I believe certain aspects of this COVID-19 pandemic are being used – by out government/corporate media – as a distraction from other major events going on around the world. What we don’t know about . . . we can’t care about . . . until it is too late. Think about it, friends. — YUR

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Don’t Let it Happen, Colltalers

Norma McCorvey never meant to be part of an American cultural landmark, the 1973 Roe v Wade Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion in the U.S. Then she switched sides and became a ‘pro-lifer’ activist. But in her deathbed she confessed that she did it for the money. The Evangelical money.
China thought the tragic COVID-19 diversion was perfect to crush Hong Kong pro-democracy movement. Instead, it turned the world against it and fueled President Trump’s conspiracy claims blaming it for the virus and for all he hasn’t done about it. Also, Hongkongers won’t take it lying down.
Not to sound spoiled, but let’s face it, we’re not doing too well. With close to 5.5 million cases worldwide, the coronavirus pandemic is still expanding albeit at a slower rate in some places, and according to epidemiologists we’re still at least a year from a vaccine if one…

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Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 04/12/20

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Visual Description:  “The Patty Duke Show” meets “Mad Money”.

PLIAAM  =  IMPALA,  SAREOC  =  COARSE,  PHNHEY  =  HYPHEN,  RYANLE  =  NEARLY,  SCAAUB  =  ABACUS,  GNTIKH  =  KNIGHT   —   Giving us:  ILRSEHEEARAASKH

Clue/Question:  The twin sisters pooled their money to buy stocks so they could – – –

Pre-Answer:  Four Words  (5-letters) AND (5-letters) (5-letters)

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Answer:  SHARE AND SHARE ALIKE

(With fifteen letters I thought this one might be a little tougher.  But, it’s a good stinky pun, regardless.  Some of you purists might object to my referencing “The Patty Duke Show”, from the early ’60s, because the silly premise of that show was that they were “identical cousins”, not sisters.  Maybe I shouldn’t have dated myself, and went with the more recent “Sister Sister”.  Or, as I liked to tease my daughter, “Moesha” Moesha!  They were both on in the mid to late ’90s, starring black teen girls.  She used to get so mad at me!  LOL!

There were no new clue words today, so no need to worry about ralis95 not picking them up.  However, all six jumbles appear to be new.  A fairly rare occurrence.  I thought that “sareoc” and “pliaam” were a bit tough.  The answer letter layout was nice long jumble.  But the spacing for the final answer made it a slam dunk, for me.

Fine twin cartoon.  We haven’t had one in a while.  I liked Jim Cramer on the TV, in the background.  And of course, I like that both ladies have I 🧡 JUMBLE  mugs!  Is Jumble Co. a penny stock, or is it on the Pink Sheets???  LOL!  Happy Easter and Passover, folks!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Jumble Spoiler – 03/13/20cett

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Visual Description:  Saved By Zero.

RIHYA  =  HAIRY,  UNHAM  =  HUMAN,  GARNDO  =  DRAGON,  CETTUS  =  CUTEST   —   Giving us:  HIHMNGONCUT

Clue/Question:  The zeroes got together and did – – –

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Answer:  NOTHING MUCH

(Excellent pun!  I always enjoy the animated number cartoon/puns.  And, this reminds me of one my favorite standard gags.  Whenever someone asks me: Qué pasa?, or Qué paso?  I always reply:  Nada.  Nada damn thing.  Thank you.  Thank you very much.  I’m here all week.  Try the veal!

Hoyt has snuck in a new clue word today, in “cutest”.  Ralis95 will have to update his world famous clue word database!  Two of the jumbles came up as new.  But we’ve definitely seen both “rihya” and “garndo” sometime in the past.  That did not stop me from struggling to get “dragon”.  It must be one of my pet peeve words!  It took me a few looks to get “cutest” too.  The answer letter layout was a beautifully cryptic jumble.  Not obvious, in the least.

What can I say about this extremely clever cartoon?  Zeroes lounging by the pool!  Brilliant.  Whoda thought that zeroes led such relaxed lives?  Nice work, David and Jeff!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Images courtesy of Google and comiXology

Curtain Raiser

A few days old, but still – mostly – relevant! — YUR

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They Like the World As It Is, Colltalers

It’s spreading, it shows no mercy, and it may kill thousands. Not the coronavirus, though, but the bombing of Syria’s Idlib by Russian-backed Syrian forces against Turkey-aided rebels. Thousands more are caught between fire and freezing weather, but world headlines had little room to report them.
Instead, coverage has focused on the virus scare and not much else. Far-right governments in China, the U.S., Brazil, and others first tried to dismiss the crisis and then named hacks and climate-change deniers to manage it. It won’t work. That’s why so many believe that it’s time to vote them all out.
Speaking of elections, Israelis are back at the polls today for the third time this year. But as before, no major changes are expected regardless of who wins. Benjamin Netanyahu, the country’s longest acting Prime Minister, and his challenger Benny Gantz think alike…

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Curtain Raiser

REAL Current Events! Or, All The News That’s Fit to be HIDDEN by the Corporate Media! — YUR

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Unsung Heroes to the Rescue, Colltalers

We can’t change the world while ignoring Earth defenders in mortal danger for doing our bidding. The Wet’suwet’en nation blocking a gas pipeline, or Amazon warriors, or Mexican butterfly protectors faced police and hit squads but the media’s top week headline was the misleading ‘Trump Acquited.’
The coronavirus is spreading and so are China’s draconian containment measures, but coverage is about death tolls. Climate change-triggered fires and floods abound, the U.S. boosted its brutal immigration raids, racist chants disrupted two major soccer games. But little about the news-related activism.
One promising news this newsletter did miss last week: Ireland. So it goes that Brexit has unwittingly opened the gates to a potential revolution – and likely its sole good news – with the surprising win by Sinn Fein, the political arm of the Irish Revolutionary Army. Suddenly, Ireland’s reunification has re-entered the political lexicon…

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Merry Christmas Eve/Happy Hanukkah – 2019

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Way behind, but I’ll catch up, folks!  Sorry to keep you waiting, but it’s just one of those things, friends.      YUR

10 Simple Steps to Book a Cheap Auto Repair | Your Mechanic.com | Guide | Promo

I just read this tonight, so I haven’t tried it. But, I like the idea! — YUR

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