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Welcome to page two.
18/Feb/17 10:19 AM
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Ohhhhh ... one of those windy seniors just blew through here ...
18/Feb/17 10:21 AM
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Yep, I saw her too, Judy. Riding a broomstick, I think.
18/Feb/17 11:22 AM
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Wombat - I'm impressed with your Brady Bunch solution - that was a great puzzler too, Judy!
18/Feb/17 11:33 AM
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Hi Judy, Was that the correct answer? It is interesting to see how people put ideas together. That one certainly came from left field.
18/Feb/17 11:39 AM
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SPOONERISM Emboldened by Judy's tough one I'll post this one.

ABERDEEN DWELLING & FIERY LIVERPUDDLIAN
18/Feb/17 11:46 AM
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I've had three electronic devices break down in the last few days, the keyboard, my cable TV connections and a smart TV connection. I've got two of them up and running and will keep at the third.
I posted the Saturday poozle last night as I didn't want to lose what I had typed. In case you missed it, I'll post it again below.
18/Feb/17 11:53 AM
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POOZLE. Here we go with a fore and aft poozle. I managed 23/26 this time. Your task is to take a row of letters from column D and place it between a pair of letters in columns A and B to make a word used in the English language which is similar in meaning to the word or words in column C. The More...
18/Feb/17 11:58 AM
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Hmmmm ... Scottish house & hottish scouse? Does that work, Wombat?
18/Feb/17 11:59 AM
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POOZLE Some of you will have noticed that we have been through all of the 26 possible combinations of fore and aft pairs so I'm planning something new but similar for next Saturday.
18/Feb/17 12:01 PM
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It works for me Judy. I don't think I'll be able to beat you!!!
18/Feb/17 12:03 PM
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Sorry, I can't post another spoonerism. My tank is running dry ... ... and we are entertaining a rambunctious 8-year-old this evening! Looking forward to the new puzzle, Wombat! Have a good day/evening, everyone!
18/Feb/17 12:07 PM
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