Thomas Edison’s first lightbulb which was used in a demonstration at Menlo Park… (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Menlo Park, NJ.
NHITN = NINTH, YIRAN = RAINY, YARVOS = SAVORY, ERNTUU = UNTRUE — Giving us: NNRIVOYTE
Clue/Question: When it came to Thomas Edison’s innovations, the museum had an impressive – – –
Deutsch: Edison Home Phonograph, Suitcase-Modell (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(I love the historical ones! There were no new clue words today, but all of the jumbles look new to me. Nice job on the answer letter layout. No giveaways. The cartoon shows quite an array of Edison’s inventions. Fun Jumble! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Dicksee-Victory, A Knight Being Crowned With A Laurel-Wreath (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Trying to keep it simple . . . as 1,2,3.
LUDTA = ADULT, USORC = SCOUR, DAGAPO = PAGODA, NILMYA = MAINLY — Giving us: DSODAN
Clue/Question: He didn’t buy the abacus because he wanted one without – – –
(No new clue words today. All the jumbles but “dagapo” are new to me. Another short answer. Great cartoon. The guy with the laurel wreath looks a little like Charlie Sheen! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
English: Those bushes in the background are raspberry bushes — they had lovely raspberries later on. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: The worked up appetite.
SILAE = AISLE, SILAA = ALIAS, AMMUNG = MAGNUM, DAVIEN = INVADE — Giving us: IIGND
Clue/Question: It was dinnertime after a long day of planting bushes and he was ready to – – –
Juniper bushes on the south-facing rampart of Old Winchester Hill – geograph.org.uk – 189806 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Answer: DIG IN
(This is actually a really great feeling. After expending a lot of energy and time, to a largely physical endeavor, you work up a genuinely deserved appetite. Your meal is your reward, because you really appreciate it. This is pure satisfaction.
We have yet another new clue word today! Surprisingly, “aisle” was not in the ralis95 clue word database. But, it soon will be. All the jumbles came up as new for me. It took me a few minutes to figure out “magnum”. Not a lot can be said of such a short answer letter layout, but it was good. The cartoon makes me envious. I was shoveling more snow this morning, and I hear we’re getting more in a couple of days! Ay yi yi! At this rate we won’t be able to plant anything until June! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Česky: dopravní kužel (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: The concrete traffic cone theory.
FATYF = TAFFY, EDITP = TEPID, VARCIA = CAVIAR, SUNECS = CENSUS — Giving us: TEDVIEN
Clue/Question: The fact that he got into an accident with his dad’s car was – – –
Logo for the 2010 United States Census. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(Wow! I completely struggled with the two 6-letter words today. As it turns out, the word “caviar” is new to the Jumble! ralis95 has a new word for his world famous clue word database. I finally saw that word on my own, but I ended up backing into “census”, which is ironic, since I worked on the 2010 U.S. Census. The answer letter layout was fine, but I was able to figure out the answer without the last two letters. I’m a little surprised they didn’t go with EVI-“DENT”. Nice slice of life cartoon. Jeff will be going through this himself, soon enough! Be well and do good friends.) — YUR
Dracula (first edition cover), Bram Stoker’s vampiric novel, a reference for gaslight fantasy literature. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Drac’s make-over.
LATVI = VITAL, BAMOM = MAMBO, PRIYAT = PARITY, POLTEP = TOPPLE — Giving us: VTMARIPE
Clue/Question: Dracula’s image was on the decline, so he decided to – – –
English: Thecount (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Answer: REVAMP IT
(A wonderfully stinky pun! Lots to like. No new clue words today, but all of the jumbles came up new for me. The answer letter layout is really very good, especially for the size of the answer. But, considering the letters and the question’s set up, it was pretty obvious that the second word was “IT”. After that, it didn’t take too much to come up with “REVAMP”. The cartoon is great! Dracula as a corporate blood-sucker . . . hiring a PR firm . . . employing focus groups. Very funny. Be well . . . B + and do good, friends.) — YUR
English: Ferrari California (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Automotive boardroom.
TULOC = CLOUT, MERGI = GRIME, NUCQHE = QUENCH, EARPAP = APPEAR — Giving us: CLTGIEENCAAR
Clue/Question: Sales of sports cars at the dealership were – – –
English: The Skelta G-Force, a car produced by australian performance car company Skelta. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(Very good. No new clue words, but all of the jumbles are coming up new. Fine job with the answer letter layout. A wonderful jumble. Fun cartoon. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
Belime in his Nerd character (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: Stereotypical computer geek.
SAYTE = YEAST, OBSUG = BOGUS, COOMSS = COSMOS, CANNUE = NUANCE — Giving us: YETBGSMAE
Clue/Question: His pizza had arrived, and the computer programmer was enjoying – – –
NERD (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(Slow down there, pal! Chew your food thoroughly. Remember. If a geek chokes, alone in his mother’s basement . . . does it make a sound??? There IS a new clue word today, in “cosmos”. So, that and “obsug” also come up as new jumbles. We’ve definitely already seen “sayte” and “cannue”, but they are all good clue words. The answer letter layout does a better than fair job of hiding the answer. It took me a little time to get this one. Good, goofy cartoon. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR