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 I'm having trouble with my computer again, so much so that I completely wiped today's poozle and had to retype it. I still don't know what the problem is but I will repost the poozle with everything together to save any more hassles. 11/Mar/17 10:36 AM |  |
 Happy St Patrick's Day to everyone, whether you wear the green or not. This week's Saturday poozle is a 1&3 poozle, I will work through the alphabet giving you the first and third letters of a word and a clue as to what the word is. I will also give you the rest of the word in random order, More... 11/Mar/17 10:39 AM |  |
 Oh, Sarah. I love the Book of Esther. And hamantash. Poppy seed and apricot are my choices. 11/Mar/17 11:18 AM |  |
 Happy Purim. 11/Mar/17 11:18 AM |  |
 I have a favorite picture book called Esther's Story by Diane Wolkstein with incredible illustrations by Juan Wijngaard. I will have to pull it out and enjoy it this weekend! It appears to be out of print, which is too bad. More... 11/Mar/17 11:28 AM |  |
 Went shopping and came home and found a 20% coupon in the mail !,,, back to the store for the refund 11/Mar/17 12:02 PM |  |
 Wombat, should 'PY' be 'LY'? 11/Mar/17 12:21 PM |  |
 Peter, It is not a deliberate mistake, but the result of my computer making a mistake. The original version I posted, on page one, has LY, but I must have gone back to an earlier version to paste on page two. The problem has been in the copy, delete and paste functions, so I have had to try and More... 11/Mar/17 12:44 PM |  |
 I don't recall any Aussie-twisted tonguetwisters, but in answer to the original question... How much wood would a woodpecker peck if a woodpecker would peck wood? 11/Mar/17 1:28 PM |  |
 A short one for the littlies. She sells sea shells on the sea shore. 11/Mar/17 1:29 PM |  |
 I remember that one as, 'How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.' 11/Mar/17 1:33 PM |  |
 Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, how many pickled peppers did Peter Piper pick? Is that a tongue-twister or a mind-twister? I swear I'm not sure sometimes. 11/Mar/17 1:36 PM |  |
 Hal, Plum asked yesterday whether the woodchuck one was known worldwide, or if was just regional, and I thought it worth quoting the woodpecker version. On thinking longer about it, I think I have heard the woodchuck version before, but I automatically think of the woodpecker one first. 11/Mar/17 1:47 PM |  |
 saltie - thanks for the answer and the alternate, woodpecker version. 11/Mar/17 2:04 PM |  |
 A tutor who tooted a flute tried to teach two young tooters to toot. Said the two to the tutor, 'Is it harder to toot or to tutor two tooters to toot?' 11/Mar/17 2:06 PM |  |
 Night all. 11/Mar/17 2:44 PM |  |
 Back home safe. Thanks for the safe travels wish and tending to 22, Plum. It has been a long day. 11/Mar/17 3:03 PM |  |
 One to keep away from the littlies... 'I'm not the pheasant plucker, I'm the pheasant plucker's son' 11/Mar/17 3:05 PM |  |
 PETER, BOTH THE BRUMBIES AND THE BULLDOGS HAD COMEBACK WINS. I WONDERED WHAT HAD HAPPENED TO THE DOGGIES, BUT THEY SHOWED THEIR FINALS FORM IN THE FINAL TWO QUARTERS.LET'S HOPE THEY CAN KEEP IT UP. 11/Mar/17 3:41 PM |  |
 Just for Kathy to have a drink while she does her cleaning. starkle starkle little twinkwho the hell you are I thinkI’m not under what you callthe alcofluence of incoholI’m just a little slort of sheepI’m not drunk like tinkle peepI don’t know who is me yetbut More... 11/Mar/17 3:43 PM |  |
 You might also get 66 if some others post something. It is good work by Plum and the other tongue twisters. I couldn't think of one tongue twister, and certainly not an Aussie one, but I've recognised nearly all of those that have been posted. 11/Mar/17 3:44 PM |  |
 Hurray! pastries made. And yummy, which I know because, of course, I had to eat the ones that did come out just perfect. They are not quite kosher, since they were made on the Sabbath. Oh, well, close enough, and at least made before the holiday begins on Saturday night. 11/Mar/17 3:56 PM |  |
 My hamentashn are filled with poppy seed, prune, or nutella. I like apricot, too, but I did not want to open a third can of pastry filling. Next year, there will apricot! I hate poppy seed myself, so I make a dozen for my mother and the rest prune or nutella. 11/Mar/17 4:04 PM |  |
 The reason for all the fun is that Jews read the bible as a policy and procedure manual. Chapter 9 of the Book of Esther says 'observe them as days of feasting and merrymaking, and as an occasion for sending gifts to one another and presents to the poor.' Before Chanukah was idiotically elevated More... 11/Mar/17 4:18 PM |  |
 2:19 Bit slow!! Good afternoon one and all! Good one, Jeb. 11/Mar/17 4:42 PM |  |
 Clickety click. 11/Mar/17 5:14 PM |  |
 The fellow from Toronto with the time of 26 minutes. Ha! I've beaten you for once - took just over 20 minutes. It was pretty easy though. By the way, I used to live in Toronto. malcolmg 14/Mar/17 2:47 AM |  |

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