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Easy Sudoku for 22/July/2014


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Good Maen
22/Jul/14 12:00 AM
Looks like summer has returned!
And... Hello, John!
22/Jul/14 12:01 AM
22/Jul/14 12:01 AM
Hi Shiela
22/Jul/14 12:10 AM
G'day mates
22/Jul/14 12:27 AM
Good morning to all! Does anyone know who this is in the photo today?
22/Jul/14 12:33 AM
Just an FYI. Regarding the ‘It’s been a While’ puzzle, I received this note from Joyce: ‘pillory (US spelling) pillary (alternate spelling found in the Free Dictionary) / pillar of support or strength ...your apology re. spelling wasn't necessary’. Yahoo! No mistake!!
22/Jul/14 12:34 AM
Answers and results for the 'It's Been a While' puzzle:

1. strap and trap
2. tryst and trys
3. Brad (Paisley) and bra
4. Chino and chin
5. chart and (First Lieutenant Thomas) Hart
6. pillary (oh all right, pillory) and pillar
7. Perth and (Nicolas) Pert
8. craps and More...
22/Jul/14 12:41 AM
I can't promise one next weekend but we'll see. I'm still struggling with the back issues. C'est la vie.
22/Jul/14 12:43 AM
For some reason, my first impression is that it's a still shot from a TV show.
22/Jul/14 12:45 AM
I suppose I could have guessed on the two half answers but I searched and searched and couldn't back them one way or the other.
22/Jul/14 12:46 AM

A 10-foot rope is tied from a hook on the ceiling to a hook on the floor. There is no slack in the rope. Bobby Braingle wants to tie up his dog so he can go do a little shopping. He detaches the rope from the hook on the floor and attaches More...
22/Jul/14 12:47 AM
That's just not right tying the dog two feet off the floor!
22/Jul/14 12:52 AM
There's one in every crowd.
22/Jul/14 12:55 AM
Once upon a time, a powerful Emperor of the Rising Sun advertised for a new Chief Samurai.
After a year, only three applied for the job: a Japanese, a Chinese, and a Jewish Samurai.
'Demonstrate your skills!' commanded the Emperor.
The Japanese Samurai More...
22/Jul/14 1:00 AM
Dog named Hypotenuse?
22/Jul/14 1:02 AM
I'm done talking to you people.
22/Jul/14 1:03 AM
Apparently my kids want to go outside and .
22/Jul/14 1:04 AM
22/Jul/14 1:21 AM
Really, Greg? Tryst & trys??!! It was one of my 'maybes' for #2, but I removed it because of the spelling! I would like to argue that one ...but after your valiant effort I'll just grouse about it!
22/Jul/14 1:28 AM
22/Jul/14 1:30 AM
22/Jul/14 1:30 AM
Excellent Keith, the silent sleuth Slipped right in there with nary a warning!
22/Jul/14 1:33 AM
y'all! I see Keith got his number... a Monday morning and things are as they should be.

Cooler temps and gentle/steady rains today. Enough to water the lawn but no so much as to wash it away. Flooding yesterday in the usual areas of town.
22/Jul/14 1:42 AM
Greg, your Samurai joke has gone over well with a coworker here at the church!
22/Jul/14 1:43 AM
Well hello.
22/Jul/14 2:08 AM
Back from my work trip to Bali ans Flores.
22/Jul/14 2:10 AM
Fibally, thank goodness,
22/Jul/14 2:11 AM
Brought back a good case of Bali belly with me, which has settled now after getting home.
22/Jul/14 2:13 AM
Health plays a big part in how you experience things and I definitely did not have as great an experience this time. As Greg will say, c'est la vie.
22/Jul/14 2:17 AM
Whoever he is, he looks very proud of himself.
22/Jul/14 2:19 AM
22/Jul/14 3:45 AM
Had to make an early morning trip to Tulsa. Had breakfast at Eggberts, local restaurant, then to PT for my torture. Think I will take a nap now.

22/Jul/14 3:49 AM
- and, Keith - it is the 22nd today (in Oz)
22/Jul/14 3:49 AM
22/Jul/14 5:04 AM
...and it looks like it will be the 23rd before we fill this page.
22/Jul/14 5:05 AM
trys - WordReference.com English Thesaurus
trys - WordReference thesaurus: synonyms, discussion and more. ... hear; judge; examine; adjudicate; decide; hear a case; sit in judgment; give a fair hearing.
22/Jul/14 6:15 AM

I was playing cards today, then ran some errands and just got home.
I had to give Greg a little back up......
22/Jul/14 6:21 AM
I must admit I have never seen pillory spelled with an ''a''. Learn something new every day.
22/Jul/14 6:28 AM
Oh gosh, you're my heroine Kathy!
22/Jul/14 6:29 AM
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