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Good Maen, good people.
11/May/17 12:01 AM
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11/May/17 12:04 AM
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Looks like the windmill died in vane.
11/May/17 12:19 AM
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Plum and Keith....and all to follow!

The answer to yesterday's poozle: 403378
Winners Judy, Peter, and Plum receive the ''That Poozle Made Me Crabby'' Crown.
11/May/17 12:22 AM
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And, for today.....

Find a single letter that replaces the first letter in the two words of each row to make two new words. *Reading down, what word is formed by combining the new letter of each row?

For example: PLANK _ BRISK The new letter is F, making FLANK and FRISK. And F More...
11/May/17 12:26 AM
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I woke up with this song going thru my mind...


Careful, though. For the 'seasoned citizens', among us, there are enough links for a serious trip down memory lane.
11/May/17 12:45 AM
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HalT. I stared at the picture and knew there was a quip there and you found it.
11/May/17 1:10 AM
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DorA. I like 'oldies' but Dinah Shore's 'Chantez-Chantez' was a new one for me.
11/May/17 1:12 AM
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Happy Wednesday!
Sudoku AND Kathy's Poozle both done
11/May/17 1:23 AM
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G'day all!

I've done those two, too, Aileen!
11/May/17 1:33 AM
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Had a great week in Northern Michigan. Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island was grand. We were there for the opening day of 'The Season'. The hotel has 'the longest front porch in the world' at 660 feet. (It overlooks the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge and serve cocktails in the afternoon there.)
11/May/17 1:54 AM
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Oh, Shiela ... I hope you brought back some fudge!!!!
11/May/17 2:14 AM
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11/May/17 4:19 AM
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11/May/17 6:16 AM
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Hello to all in Sudoku Land. I've been a 'lurker' for a while, then lost the instructions to log in, but I am finally here, enjoying a few sunny breaks after weeks of rain & flooding all around. Love this site!
11/May/17 6:22 AM
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Welcome back, Snowbird, and nice to hear from you.
11/May/17 7:00 AM
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Morning all, a common sight in outback Oz.
Welcome to the site Snowbird, hope you have as much fun as we do.
11/May/17 7:08 AM
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Emu, Chayote and Clyde129 .
11/May/17 7:12 AM
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Within reach.
11/May/17 9:21 AM
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Help would be nice.
11/May/17 9:21 AM
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11/May/17 9:21 AM
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11/May/17 9:21 AM
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& a CP. Now to rest.
11/May/17 9:22 AM
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Yes, Judy! What's a trip to Mackinac Island without going to a fudge shop?
11/May/17 10:18 AM
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Plum. I didn't think anyone would notice.
11/May/17 11:49 AM
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It was a groaner, Hal. I liked it.
11/May/17 11:58 AM
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First thing I thought of - fudge - would love to visit the island some day
11/May/17 12:00 PM
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Tired and would love to nap but will need to go pick my son up at the train station soon
11/May/17 12:01 PM
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1:34. Good afternoon everyone.
11/May/17 12:46 PM
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11/May/17 12:53 PM
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Something is crazy about grocery shopping in America. I just bought what the store said came to $29.70 total before savings, but just $8.93 after all the discounts and coupons. It takes longer to prepare to use all those deals than it does to do the shopping.
11/May/17 1:08 PM
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D or A or anyone else who gets a song stuck in their head...I sure do sometimes and I've found a solution: I start humming a rousing pipe tune like 'Dr. Ross's 50th Welcome To The Argyllshire Gathering' or 'The Road To The Isles'. Works every time. Getting a pipe tune out of your head is no problem.
11/May/17 2:03 PM
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Sarah, perhaps it's a perverse cultural adaptation of Ben Franklin's 'A penny saved is a penny earned'?
11/May/17 4:50 PM
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Up in the middle of the night because, as my mother says, you only borrow tea. And by the time I go through all the steps (literally and figuratively) of using crutches to get to the bathroom and back, well, I'm awake enough for a little googling.
11/May/17 4:54 PM
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So I've read some articles on earworms, or tunes stuck in your head. A team in the UK scientifically studied mindworms and discovered the stickiest music has a certain type of musical structure with a faster beat, ups and downs and some pauses or synopations that please the mind.
11/May/17 4:58 PM
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Personal experience also affects stickiness. Music which is repeated too often, or, on the other hand, left unfinished, is most likely to turn into an earworm. It's said that Mozart had a frequent earworm frustration: he would hear a snatch of music then had to go to the piano and finish the tune to be able to put it to rest in his head.
11/May/17 5:03 PM
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Surprisingly, many people report enjoying earworm because they help people move or concentrate and learn and they are often stress relieving. But when a sticky song starts to get on your nerves there are antidotes: chew gum or walk either faster or slower than the beat of the offending music. Or More...
11/May/17 5:10 PM
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Two of my favorite sticky earworm tunes are supposed to be whistled! The theme from the Andy Griffith Show and the 'Bridge on the River Kwai' march.
11/May/17 5:13 PM
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Now I will position us so the next lucky poster can unstick us from page 1!
11/May/17 5:15 PM
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The Colonel Bogey March is the tune for Bridge on the River Kwai. My great Uncle who was in a Military Band in WW1 hated when they started whistling his favourite music.
The Andy Griffith Show is still being shown on TV here during the day.
11/May/17 8:20 PM
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