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Easy Sudoku for 10/January/2013


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G'day mates. Here's today's medical daffynition:
Enteritis - A penchant for burglary

...and here's today's factoid:
The big chill: The South Pole is colder than the North Pole. hmmmm... hear that, Aussies?

10/Jan/13 12:00 AM
Good Maen everybody. A busy day today.
10/Jan/13 12:01 AM
Very bright little flowers!
10/Jan/13 12:02 AM
Where is everyone?
10/Jan/13 12:03 AM
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Im sure they will filter in shortly.......
10/Jan/13 12:13 AM
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10/Jan/13 12:15 AM
Good Maen ladies and all to follow.
Yahoo Heidi...and love your avatar.
Boy do you guys down-under need that south pole to send some cooling power your way!
10/Jan/13 12:16 AM
and as I was writing the last post there came a reason to 'Yahoo' shosho!
10/Jan/13 12:17 AM
Now those flowers are vibrant!
10/Jan/13 12:20 AM
Dallas paper has big article about the terrible heat and fires in Australia. I hope everyone is well and safe!
10/Jan/13 12:30 AM
Kayo's definition of ENTERITIS !
10/Jan/13 12:42 AM
2.11 would love a cutting of that one, I have two different kalanchoes, both reds with bell-shaped flowers. Cuttings grow very well :)
10/Jan/13 12:51 AM
Hello, friends!
Will need this morning!
I agree! love it, Kayo!
10/Jan/13 12:51 AM
It is VERY wet in Texas today - I wish we could send some of it to our friends down under!
10/Jan/13 1:37 AM
Pretty in pink
10/Jan/13 1:46 AM
to all. jamie, I am wishing for a change for cooler and wetter weather in Australia also. We have a rainy day going on here in Tennessee too. I am getting my hair done to day. It hasn't been cut since October. My hair doesn't grow long, it just grows bushy. It is going to be cut short, for sure and for certain.
10/Jan/13 1:50 AM
Vibrant pink.
10/Jan/13 2:06 AM
I seem to be here alone.
10/Jan/13 2:07 AM
Too easy?
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10/Jan/13 2:14 AM
Ooooh what a vibrant color! I love the strong magenta! I used to always get kalanchoes as gifts. I've gotten reds, oranges, and yellows but don't think I ever got a pink!
10/Jan/13 2:36 AM
Soggy out, but the sun's trying to make an appearance ... if all goes well, tomorrow's a ski day.
10/Jan/13 2:48 AM
Good morning. We are having a few cooler days here, before the heat comes back. I am pretty safe from bush fires.
10/Jan/13 2:51 AM
10/Jan/13 2:57 AM
Here's a Sudoku just for Keith.

015 000 490
400 801 002
000 400 005
000 200 004
000 600 009
009 000 060
020 000 100
800 006 000
941 702 586
10/Jan/13 3:01 AM
Headline in this morning's Sports section of our paper: SECond to none!
10/Jan/13 3:04 AM

I am totally confused with that, Hal. Big surprise.
10/Jan/13 3:11 AM
Very good to hear that our Sudokuland folks Down Under are safe. There was an article in the Washington Post this morning about the fires and temps in Australia.
Sending every good vibe I can for relief from that awful heat and the fires!
10/Jan/13 3:15 AM
The answers to yesterday's poozle: plank-ton, sur-face, tar-tan, cam-pus

Speaking of tartan.....I have arranged for winners, lonewoof, HalT, and Greg to receive lessons from the world famous bag piper, Angus Isa Blowhard Angus will supply More...
10/Jan/13 3:28 AM
And for today.....

Put this on,
And warm you'll be.
Take one off,
And an emotion, you'll see.

Answers to the ''Can you 'see' an emotion?'' inbox, please.
10/Jan/13 3:36 AM
Kathy, print a blank sudoku form. Fill in the numbers in the order I indicated above (zeros are blanks), then solve as usual.
10/Jan/13 3:36 AM

Dog lovers - you MUST check this one

10/Jan/13 3:51 AM
Good (almost) afternoon to all! That's what I call 'shocking pink.'
10/Jan/13 3:51 AM
Ah, got it, Hal!
Have to wait for later, though. I'm not here, I'm cleaning.
10/Jan/13 3:53 AM
I just finished reading an article about Tim and Tammy Holmes. They and their five grandchildren, aged 2 to 11, fled their burning home near Dunalley, in Tasmania, and took shelter in the sea last Friday as wildfires destruoyed their and all other homes near them. Quite a tale of courage and good luck.
10/Jan/13 3:56 AM
Maybe more information is required. The Holmes clan hid under a jetty submerged up to their chins in the water for well over three hours and then escaped in a small boat whebn the flames were dying down.
10/Jan/13 3:59 AM
Well, I'm here....
10/Jan/13 3:59 AM
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