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Postby Kazigor В» 01.11.2019


For some reason, i get more perfect puzzles on Wednesday than any other day. Took me several looks to figure out the theme, given the front to back movement.

Cunard is a cruise line. Cruise ship season has returned to Victoria. Neat theme today -- and I'd been thinking of something a bit related to this for a puzzle, so it kept me interested to see where it would go as soon as I found ROUGE starting the 17A answer.

Then I added ET NOIR because it fit and seemed card-related, but was unsettled because I thought that was a casino game rather than a form of solitaire?

Overall, a very good Wednesday eye-opener. This puzzle is not in Rex's demographic. I think teachers loved calling it that, just as they loved to say "manila" - another paper stock. It was a treat to see XTC - I love that album, too. If you never needed to buy some for a school project, you're a lucky man.

PUG is an informal, not slang, word for a boxer since the s. Having only words you like is not a requisite for a published puzzle. To learn words like 'Cunard' and many others it would behoove you to read a newspaper on occasion. Etats: neighbors indicates etats; neighbor would indicate Les Etats-Unis The puzzle is 'regionally self-indulgent,' as it has a right to be.

Why not try reading it sometime, even online if necessary. You'll become very smart. SOFT-G drove me crazy. I could barely see it, even after I filled in the squares. Seems too off-kilter for a Wednesday puzzle. But mainly, something about this day's grid seemed sloppy.

But is Sappho really known any more for her odes than anything else as opposed to, say, Horace? The one surviving piece we have from her is a hymn.

ODE acts a sloppy catch-all, at times. Shouldn't there be an exclamation point if you're going to use the clue, "Step on it"? Oh well I'm mainly just repeating some of your gripes, Rex. It was interesting that "poli sci" showed up today -- wasn't there a recent puzzle and discussion here with "poly sci" in the clue or in the puzzle? Another interesting tidbit about "Dear God" is that it never appeared on the original British release of Skylarking, and it was added to the north american release after it became a hit being released originally as a b-side to the "Grass" single.

More XTC minutia than anyone wanted to know, I'm sure. As in "Soft 'N' Gentle. Rex has every right to state his opinion on the puzzle, and I agree, Hot-L Baltimore is supremely rough for those who don't live in NYC or weren't theatre majors. Lighten up.

And if you'd been reading this blog with any regularity, you'd see, indeed, how "very smart" Rex is. Isn't it awesome how people hide behind that anonymous moniker when they're complaining?

There were some nice tricky bits to this one. I, too, fell for the UAR and arch support misdirect, but bracelet and anklet led me to my 'Final Answer". Corrected that with the next clue. Cunard is THE Cruise line The QE2, Queen Mary Never heard of house WREN, that's just me.

So some you know and others you figure out in crosses. That's the fun of puzzling. HOTL is totally legit, imo. Show title, and TV show made it national. Yes, john in nc, i had the same reaction re.

So states, being US divisions, qualify as southern neigbors. And the usage of Quebec signals that the answer is a french word. As if "genevieve" is somehow more revealing. You're still an unknown person to me. Rex admits he wasn't in sync with today's puzzle which is why I'm taking his implied WTF's as rhetorical. Also tho, I agree this forum is most enjoyable as a puzzle's blog and the snide remarks simply become tedious fill.

Lastly, for personal reasons I must post anon, but I do sign within as Dear g-d was I off when solving this! And when I finally finished, I was angry. Mostly at myself, but that's still usually not a great sign. Here I was more upset in retrospect, when blogs told me about the theme and I realized I had an easy in that I'd avoided.

Got past that anyway, finished in about 10 minutes. I had an error. Or NM? And I listened to XTC and watched that video just this weekend. So Good! Second sign--talk about misremembering! Took me 10 more minutes to figure out my error s. And error finding time, as opposed to solving time, is Not Fun. Haha, Oak tag. Haven't heard that name since I was in 3rd grade making school projects. During that time, however, it seemed I was buying it by the ream every week. So I guess if there are any 7 year olds doing the puzzle today, they were honed in on that one.

Genevieve, Sure Rex has every right to state his opinion. So do I. I have been reading the blog with regularity, thus my opinion how 'very smart' Rex is. I hide behind my name, which isn't.. Anonymous yes! So much for your tastes -- "Dear God" quotes just for you! Took lots of 3-letter words 25 and some pretty blah stuff to make it work.

AIDER is just detestable. Rouge can be used on the lips, which must be what "they" were thinking, right? I too had a hard time with this one--still don't know how "hie" could mean "step on it"--had never heard of "oak tag" oh well, I guess I'm lucky nor of "wig out".

I also don't understand the clue for "ice". All in all, not my happiest Xword day--but that is really nobody's concern but mine. Which brings me to the "anonymous" rant question. Yes, making up some name, like posting as "George Washington", wouldn't make the post less anonymous. It would help us, tho, to distinguish between different anony-mouses. This, again, can be circumvented by adopting a different name each time, like posting your second missive as "Thomas Jefferson.

The only way to come out of hiding is to register as blogger with a link to a real personal website. Oh man, is "Use Me" a funky song! If you're interested, video is here. If anon chose a username and stuck with it, then when I saw that username I could say to myself "Oh, that's the jerk who comes on here to insult Rex. I don't think I'll read that post. It's helpful. I don't expect much from anonymouses, but if the decent folk could not get suckered into the juvenile back-and-forth, I'd be really grateful.

I know it's hard to resist, but sometimes you gotta let crap go a lesson I learned, repeatedly, the hard way. My times are almost always better when I do it that way, but it's less enjoyable because of the schizophrenia of toggling between downs and acrosses.

I always read it as being some weird contraction of "hotel"--i. Maybe because of "Hotel New Hampshire. Anyway, never mind. I never heard of the play or musical or sitcom or whatever it is. I know I've seen it in puzzles before but I never remember it.

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Postby Kinos В» 01.11.2019

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Postby Gamuro В» 01.11.2019

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Postby Kigalar В» 01.11.2019

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Postby Yozshuzragore В» 01.11.2019

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Postby Jusho В» 01.11.2019

She was quite familiar with the term but then she does troll Michael's. I know people get tired of "Eli" as puzzle fill, but there are only so many three-letter words Oh man, is "Use Me" a funky song!

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Postby Vukora В» 01.11.2019

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Postby Samulrajas В» 01.11.2019

I always read it as being some weird contraction of "hotel"--i. I recognize that there are some constructors who disagree with pretty much Rex's entire blog, who find him unknowledgeable and overly harsh at times, but hurling insults only serves to rile people up. Letter sign-off Letter-to-Santa enclosure Letters Letters from mountain see more help! Enterprise off.

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