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Easy Sudoku for 15/May/2018

                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 

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Happy Ides of May everyone!
15/May/18 12:00 AM
Good Maen, good people. Ides of May? Does one celebrate in a certain way? Be wary of something à la Caesar's Ides of March?
15/May/18 12:06 AM
Sounds like an excuse to dance around the pole.
15/May/18 12:43 AM
I like the idea of ribbons and flowers and festivities -- IF it would warm up and stop raining!
15/May/18 12:58 AM
Everybody!! Quiet so far. Glad at least Wolf, Plum, & Wow_Axel are awake!
15/May/18 12:59 AM
I have similar photos from the Battle Creek Zoo. Giraffes have long dark blue tongues and their saliva is thick and sticky. We once watched a giraffe at the Cincinnati Zoo leaning out to eat some Rose of Sharon blossoms from the landscaping along the path.
15/May/18 1:06 AM
Back from Medium. For me it should've been labeled Hard!! Kept going in wrong direction. Oh well, maybe tomorrow I will do better.
15/May/18 1:19 AM
Plum - Let's say in unison... 'Rain, rain, go away!'
We need the rain to leave the area. We're supposed to have some windows replaced tomorrow!
15/May/18 1:31 AM
That was posted on Shosho's lucky number!
(Maybe we'll get some of Shosho's luck???)
15/May/18 1:37 AM
Obviously not sunny around here today.
15/May/18 1:38 AM
Shiela, I don't know how to say something in unison with you on a message board. However, I second that motion!

I am going to try to replace the seals around my windows and doors instead of replacing the windows themselves. I hope it works. Good luck with your installation.
15/May/18 1:41 AM
everyone!!!
15/May/18 2:10 AM
I dedicate this post to Queen Anne
15/May/18 2:10 AM
Cute photo today. Giraffes are such interesting animals.
15/May/18 4:29 AM
Good afternoon to all! Not one person, but I'll dedicate this post to all who were here before and all who are yet to come!
15/May/18 4:46 AM
That pretty much covers everybody, Greg.
15/May/18 5:08 AM
all, from Springfield MO. Visiting B's sister.
15/May/18 5:23 AM
2.19
15/May/18 5:30 AM
Morning all, great photo of the giraffe.
I'm also hoping the rain has gone, I have washing to do.
15/May/18 6:49 AM
That giraffe has a bumpy head, and looks old to me.
15/May/18 7:01 AM
Gallump.
15/May/18 7:01 AM
15/May/18 7:01 AM
Keith,if you had a neck that long you would have a bumpy head too.
15/May/18 7:13 AM
You can add Amelia to the list of those who completed the 3&4 poozle.
15/May/18 10:45 AM
Rereading can day's posts so far I don't want to let anyone think that I dislike the spring rain. I'm loving the smell, the humidity, the sound of the rain and thunder and the chorus of ecstatic frogs in the swamp. The lightning flashes, the brilliant green of nature coming back to life and the More...
15/May/18 11:14 AM
all!
15/May/18 1:45 PM
I'm glad I have a short neck, because I think that bumpy head looks bad. I looked at a lot of giraffe pictures, and couldn't find any with a bumpy head like that.
15/May/18 3:47 PM
Her is this weeks puzzle. I need the authors for the following books. Relatively easy this week but may cause the 'Ah, I remember' moment.
1. The Junglebook
2. Their eyes were watching God
3. Pride and Prejudice
4. Slaughterhouse 5
5. The Catcher in the More...
15/May/18 4:58 PM
1:21. Good evening everyone.
15/May/18 7:24 PM
First puzzle answer in and 100% correct.
15/May/18 7:46 PM
A Giraffe walks into a bar.. Ah thats him in the picture
15/May/18 10:47 PM
Using arachnid's scoring I did better this time with 41/45. I've read nine of the titles, was familiar with three more, leaving only three titles/authors that were unknown to me.
15/May/18 11:00 PM
Sorry, Arachnid. I didn't mean to generalize you. You're a capital fellow! Since it's 33 and morning here ... I think I'll have a V-8.
15/May/18 11:11 PM
The term 'a capital fellow' Is found in Wuthering Heights, which could be a bonus to Arachnid's puzzle.
15/May/18 11:18 PM
Rage.
15/May/18 11:19 PM
Well, here's my cp. The next person can presumably score a cp and take us to page 2. Any takers?

PS I apologize for my lack of proofreading today. That one post starts off like gibberish. Autocorrect did its best, but the underlying fault was FFS (fumble finger syndrome). A dangerous combination, like drinking and driving.
15/May/18 11:26 PM
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