Liked this one for the most part. I had thought that it meant looking for a good time, like going out on the town.I watch the Food Channel and have not seen any of the chefs use a ricer. I enjoyed it. Haven't we had the RICE discussion before? Z definitely seems to be a racist. I enjoyed PORT AUTHORITY and DRAFTSPERSON. *I think this helps me be a better poker player, having grown up in a non-electronic era, where direct, face-to-face communications was the norm. Otherwise, pretty smooth sailing. This Tuesday puz had enough twists and potholes that you knew from the get-go that rex would be unhappy w/ it, and true to form he did not disappoint. @Anonymous (8:42). With CAD it seems as though designers are now expected to do DRAFTing, too.Rex FAQ 16 paraphrased: If you think a clue/answer is wrong it is usually you, not the clue/answer who is wrong...My keen powers of observation has detected the source of the RICED confusion, the tool known as a RICEr. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. The form of the vegetable is the result of an entirely different process. day-um. That makes me happy, actually. chopped finely is mincing. Gloriosky,100% correct. John X-what are you talking about? @8:42no, it is a mess. Who is to blame when violent crimes are committed on the basis of false, absurd beliefs? ;) Being Jewish, I grew up with the word more akin to SH-T!! DRAFTSPERSON not as good because it's not as much in common usage and missing the snap of the other 3 answers. Often in the middle of an about to get a bit nasty “discussion” (lawyers can be real egotistical a-holes) Mr. K would take a sip of coffee from his antique porcelain cup, place it gently in its matching saucer with only the tiniest sound, would sit back from the table in order to weave his expertly manicured hands over his not insubstantial belly, and would say INDULGE ME. No dreck other than possibly the SYL NCO ACT SSA row. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. for me as the others. I am compelled to comment on DRAFTSPERSON. For a while, I figured I must have some other error - should be mOUNTAIN or FOUrTeeN or something. Once again, didn't see the theme. Just requires a different word, like "firefighter"...or in this case, "brewmaster" might've been good, no? Really mostly agree with the excellent @Nancy puz analysis today. @Anony 7:14. Read Rex and saw that it was in the drink clues. Instead we got lots of straight definitions. Congratulations on a fun puzzle.No surprise here that this was the product of a Bob, so to AnoaBob greetings and best wishes from the whole tennis foursome: FrogBob, KillerBob, ScoopBob, and myself, CoachBob, nom de blog pabloinnh.Bob Power! English vocabulary word lists and various games, puzzles and quizzes to help you study them. Just after WWII people would've been Highly Offended to see it in the NYT puzzle. As a bonus, I even got SPECS, which is a popular liquor store chain in Texas. @Gill I think either @Anon 7:14 and @CDilly worked at the same law firm or she's her. (I think we probably don't see RICErs on cooking shows because chopping is much cooler looking on TV... until someone loses a finger). Isn't "DRAFTSPERSON" like saying "fireperson" because you want to be gender neutral? So the term is is common use as "finely chopped". There are lots of crosswords out there but not many of them are written for today’s world. Except for the bushel of good source material for a tale of nonsense, this one left me wanting...something. All very boring, I’m sure.But two points for the peanut gallery to keep in mind. :)@Nancy 9:36 AMEnjoyed your post. ONEOF pretty obvious to me even though I had no idea of the song title. Wanted to do so last week viz Howdie Doodie last week.. Yeah. Another early week tightened-up puzzle, and a good one. That’s what SNAFU really means. INDULGEME, PORTAUTHORITY, the clue for SIR, the clue for INDULGEME - - excellent stuff. Based on the clue the answer has to be dICED. @anon 10:27 - yes there is/was such a thing as a DRAFTSPERSON. It takes an hour and minutes for them to do their stuff.I looked at RICED and thought of mashed potatoes and wondered what idiot would ever chop potatoes.I looked at FOUNTAINHEAD and thought about Ayn Rand and Howard Roark. Moments of challenge, moments of smiles. VI. This word ...Continue reading ‘Crosswords with Friends December 24 2020 Answers’ » @Anoa Bob -- So it is you! / TUE 11-10-20 / How Marcie addresses Peppermint Patty for no apparent reason, Three Coins in the Fountain ~ Frank Sinatra, "That all of good the past hath had, remains to make our own time glad", Pop Sensation — Vintage Paperbacks and Other Cultural Detritus. likely (not gone through the comments) not first, but... dICED for so long, until it had to be RICED. The clue isn't wrong, but I was annoyed at that S.I think the theme is fine. Arab group once led by Yasir Arafat: Abbr. Theme was corny but cute and overall fill was fine. A very happy Tuesday after an unbelievably stressful week. BTW John James won Mi. Is that high or low? On a different note - What percentage of clues were yours? You know who you are. I was one, and knew several women who also were. I don't think I had ?s after the theme clues, but I think that's a close call. West ___ (furniture store that's a sister company of Pottery Barn). @ChuckD 7:31amIn some sentences politics and religion would be two, but in the clue as writtenI understand discussing politics and religion as one thing- discussing politics or religion as two things. Still laughing.The puzzle - challenging for me, mainly because of the vague cluing that @kitshef noted. @Anonymous (8:42). Put me on team Rex and casting a side eye at the plural misdirect. The show ran on CBS from 1972 to 1983, seven years longer than The Korean War during which it takes place. The theme was fun, but the incorrect clues annoyed me. I enjoyed some of the “sassier” and longer non-theme entries, WHAT OF IT, NO HASSLE, and especially INDULGE ME. Absolute yes to @Z. to of and a in " 's that for on is The was with said as at it by from be have he has his are an ) not ( will who I had their -- were they but been this which more or its would about : after up $ one than also 't out her you year when It two people - all can over last first But into ' He A we In she other new years could there ? There are lots of crosswords out there but not many of them are written for today’s world. I was going to point out the amazing coincidence of @Anonymous 7:14 and @CDilly52 10:08 having had the same mentor, but @JC66 10:59 beat me to it. It's so liberating not to know or care about such things. I would find a rhythm and then come to a dead stop. Keep ‘em coming. Ignore Rex and the other haters. Nice job Anoa Bob. The fill wasn't helped by 70's trivia (NAIR, the SIR clue) or the great mattress debate (SERTA or SEaly). For my absolute favorite long Down, one that required compromises here and there to keep it in the grid, INDULGE ME, I clue it "Pretend for a moment you care!" We've arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find. (Not sure what the number was, but it was streaky! Really, just a sculpting knife and straight edge.The rest of the model maker’s benches were littered with every imaginable tool. PORT AUTHORITY the best one. You can just relax and enjoy a challenge that comes a little earlier than expected. In the Middle Ages, a settlement was founded at the location of the current city by the Van der Goude family, who built a fortified castle alongside the banks of the Gouwe River, from which the family and the city took its name. As for "person" being an outlier, not so sure about that. This plus yesterday = proof of what I've always suspected: I can visit the wheelhouse, but I reside in the outhouse. So if it sometimes seems like I'm hiding, it's probably because I am. @Anon 3:34-Bobby Orr has to be the best ever Bobby (his endorsement of the current occupant of the White House saddened me) but if you're going for the all-time Bob in NE, I'd suggest BOB Cousy. In Crossword with Friends you’ll have the opportunity to hunt words of the modern era that are described by well-written clues. We called him Porky Pig in Polyester. And while I haven’t flown since January, I’m pretty sure boarding passes have the boarding time and departure time, but not the ETA. Looked it up because I too thought a snafu was basically a mistake with slightly more than minor consequence, as opposed to a big mess. . Did you go quietly? Lived in Holland for a year, and visited at least one cheese market; can't recall if Gouda was one of them, but if not, should've been. chopped finely is not riced. With those two words, barely whispered, the 17-year manhunt came to a quiet end. I'm disappointed when some solvers don't like my puzzle, but I think that's to be expected. Enjoyable solve for a beautiful Tuesday morning. Though he knew his game, Rochester hadn’t played much no-limit poker, and he hadn’t a clue he was playing against some of the best no-limit Hold’em poker talent in the world. could have done the same with retired WWII bombers, but what the hell, why not use nucular bombers? And to get really petty, “Who wears short shorts?” was a pop single, not a jingle. The Arkadium site will release one puzzle a day from Monday, November 30 through Friday, December 11. E L James - 01 - Fifty Shades of Grey I like to keep a low profile and stay off of people's radar screens. I decided I liked your mentor..... Maybe it's autocorrect, but your last sentence should have read:But lots of people seem to be unaware of its meaning.Second sentence uses wrong word too.I was a proofreader in another life. You ask what’s wrong, and they tell you: Their boss took the credit for their legal brief. Plus some variety to the clues and not overladen with PPP. “If you are lucky, Carol, you will be old someday, but more importantly, you know how much I dislike wasting billable time!” I always admired the man but wondered if he ever relaxed. I especially liked PORT AUTHORITY and DRAFTS PERSON. Seeing as how the theme came rather easily, I spent extra time on designing and filling the grid. And who among us would not. When I started making masks for our local foundation, I was taken aback by their referring to us as “sewers.” It took me a second of reflection to see that seamstress is gendered, and there was my husband helping out. @pabloinnh - SOU - Suffix Of Unhappiness. DNF here though the wife grinded it out. Learned what being on the qui vive means. Enjoyed it. Country singer whose Baby It's Cold Outside topped the Adult Contemporary chart in 2017: 2 wds. Primo M&A. I think @Anoa Bob did a fine job. It’s also a great way to keep yourself updated with modern terms, celebrity names, etc. And thanks for the real deal in acronyms after yesterday's fake.I had wAIFS, not NAIFS. I'm definitely with @SouthsideJohnny - RICED is very wrong as clued. @Frantic (6:11) “I can visit the wheelhouse, but I live in the outhouse.” See? Well played, sir.As to 2D “Discussing politics and religion with strangers, often”, it could be that there is a distinction between that clue and “Discussing politics and religion with strangers, one time only.” I don’t actually believe what I’m suggesting, but, then, neither does Mitch McConnell believe what he is saying.Arguing about the provenance of “Who wears short shorts” is splitting Nairs.Could SECTS and DRECK be an Urban Dictionary synonym for SLOPITCH? I think nowadays lots of us just use it to indicate something that has gone off the rails. @JC66 and @Whatsername. Today's head scratcher arose by entering RICER without much thought and then trying to come up with something sensible for FOUNTAIN_EAR. crossword clue, Language of the Literature Nobelist Rabindranath Tagore crossword clue, When a poser might be presented? Try filling in that blank.Liked LETRIP, as it made me think of youthful references to flatulence.No otters today, but at least a reference to IPA's, and AZUL was as easy as 12 inches=?. These cookies do not store any personal information. I was so happy that a puzzle I enjoyed so much was constructed by one of my favorite Rexites. I don't know, maybe "tomboy" is a bad word these days, but it was very apparent why Marcie addressed her as she did. Synonyms for background include backdrop, setting, backcloth, scene, surrounding, framework, set, surroundings, locale and surround. More, please! But when Mattel wanted a prototype, Jack Nelson went to him to carve it before it hit any CAD.Also, you should know that the hoopla over 3-D printers is old news. Solid Tuesday! I don't own a RICEr because they are inconvenient; something else to clean and store and forget which cupboard it is in so wasting precious nanoseconds looking for it when my big knife RICEs quite well, thank you very much. While the process can be accomplished with a knife, it’s a stretch to say it equates to “chopped finely.” And as someone else pointed out, discussing politics and religion is a singular subject, not two different things, plural. Once several years after I had left the firm to return to public service, I ran into him at a conference and asked him how he always managed to weave the story into a resolution that always seemed “Aesopian” in its relevance. Cheap paper writing service provides high-quality essays for affordable prices. I guess I am in the minority today. Key and Peele. I don't share that view, but I hated the clue for SIR, at least its final appendage. – Dana ***** “My Spanking Wish” One day while walking along the shore of a pristine mountain lake feeling rather alone and unloved I came across the perfect skipping stone and thought that this stone would make a perfect object to make a wish with. Thanks, Robert. Perfect example of pointless gender neutral nonsense. that and I use to teach probability as part of a PSYCH Statistics course. Pretty solid puzzle, if slightly tough for Tuesday. @Anon10:27 - I seem to remember that the D in CAD stood for DRAFTing. @12:50no, but I misaligned 20A and 29A and decided PORT AUTHORITY was barely correct for Bartender? I didn't realize you're so young. That's why riced is fundamentally different than diced. @pabloinnh:Bob Power!I'd have to say that the 'best' Bob in NE, not considering politicians of course, has to be Bobby Orr. That's to be left to those with talent! Go free? You just need some crosses. Like a pair of beige POLYESTER pants. @Nancy I learned a long time ago to not take negative reviews of my puzzles personally. The area, originally marshland, developed over the course of two centuries. I watch the Food Channel and have not seen any of the chefs use a ricer. Anon Bob- congratulations great puzzle. Nearly a Tuesday record for me. Is there a SOC (suffix of convenience) category?All in a a nice Tuesdecito with some smiles, for which thanks RF. Read 25,371 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Anon@10:33, Your Pappy knew it meant Situation Normal All F'd Up and he what he said was true. WAXen FLAXen HARE. But the big brains understand that form follows process. Harry Shaw’s property in South Jersey is for sale. Draftsperson. You write well. I think this is better but maybe you wouldn’t give a sou for it. What this grid needed was a good designer dog.Hidden Bodice-Ripper snippet: NAIR, SIR TITUS! But, with my impatience-at-the-end-of-puzs-ness, once I got the Almost There! And I have always been grateful for the experience and equally grateful to be able to leave that environment when my family I longer needed me to “win” that type and amount of bread. NO DRECK...No stinker....no better alternative.Make some more.....Too bad you got the "If it's Tuesday, it's the red-headed adopted daughter. Not that hockey is my favorite sport. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Partly because someone who serves DRAFT beer isn't known as a "DRAFTS PERSON". READ PAPER. Adverbs may also introduce questions. i’m certain that particular quibble is debatable but please, INDULGE ME. the , . NO HASSLE and DRECK also had vague clues so no help there. . You may use a food processor, but chopping with a knife is preferable if you don't want paste.Martin and Lewis. Lemonade stand, yes. Official language of Barbados and the Bahamas: Abbr. City rights were granted in 1272. Go quarrel with the dictionary editors, not the crossword editors.Vague clues? "Situation Normal" is the cause of the confusion I think. Same nits as other nitpickers, especially with DRAFTSPERSON being an outlier of sorts. Your contributions help keep this site strong, independent, and ad-free! FOR SALE! Come on! I definitely feel cheated by the clue for RICED, as it is not synonymous with “diced” or “ brunoise”. No double-POCs. This says it all (thanks @Frantic Sloth)-->"Somehow I found this challenging for a Tuesdee and still felt bored with the whole thing. From skimming comments, it appears that answer was one people either loved or hated. Any of the inmates interested? Around the table sat Amarillo Slim, Puggy Pearson, Johnny Moss, Sailor Roberts, Brunson himself, and a couple of Texas businessmen. FOUNTAINHEAD almost as good. Enjoyed it.Masked & Anonym007Usp.s. Imo, gender neutrality should be over-emphasized, even at the expense of so-called proper grammar and staid, conventional thinking, e.g., they for he/she, 2nd baseperson, etc..The term"Snafu" is interesting; it was used frequently in the Navy, where the "f" was not bowdlerized as "fouled up". @Burma Shave: Just about perfect all the way. Very few, by my way of thinking. But also think It's never clear to me whether doing that with friends and family is a nono, or doing that with strangers and/or 'polite company' is a nono, as you hear, sorry, one hears, both often. I enjoyed going from "huh?" except for documentation purposes, there's no realized drafting. It just felt a little "off" to me. SNAFU should be more like AFUSAN (All F*&%ed Up Situation As Normal), but not that catchy of an acronym.Five F'sRooMonsterDarrinV. Readers, Another great entry to the ‘Spanking Wish’ contest – get ’em while they’re hot.~~ Enjoy! @pabloinnh - How about @M&A's DSM - Desperate Suffix Meat. Crossword contest announcement! Yes, it played “old” and stodgy, except where it didn’t. I found this on the tough side for a Tuesday and one which would be an extremely UNFAIR to the beginning solver. Re “qui vive”...in a collection of Krazy Kat comics from the 1930s I came across “qui vive”. To “rice” something is not to chop it. "What an onslaught of political ads may do." Very agreeable Tuesday. Kind of liked this one, thought the themers were cute and the whole thing bounced along rather nicely. bombed Cambodia back to the stone age with conventional sticks of ordinance. ; Eye Scream: SCP-400 is an anomalous form of the common pillbug that enters the body of a human baby by burrowing through its flesh.One possible point of entry is the baby's eyes. Played “old” in a couple places which is fine by me; I am old. No way.I have never heard the expression ARTSY craftsy and I have a Etsy shop. "Pretend for a moment that you care what I want." All singular things with two components. Yes, it’s acceptable, just seems a little off though. What is so hard there?PORTAUTHORITY GROUNDSKEEPER both great. Or even a meh one?I love the way you write clues, Bob, and the theme you came up with was also delightful. It is not chopped. Par. 1 Appearances 2 Design 3 Personality 4 Profile 4.1 Persona 5 4.1.1 Confidant 4.2 Persona 5 Royal 4.2.1 Taking Back Reality 4.3 Persona 5 The Animation The Day Breakers 4.4 Persona 5 Strikers 4.5 Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth 5 … We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. I don't really read this blog much anymore because the /r/crossword subreddit has become a much livelier discussion group for my tastes, but I had to come here to get some confirmation that DRAFTSPERSON was just awful. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Straight forward and standard CW cluing. There never was a Draftsperson. @Frantic Sloth 6:11 am Loved your Snippet, Brilliant. Ah, but I don't think I got an email. Can't quite put my finger on it, but I'm sure someone will happen along with the secret word formula that cracks the code.Meanwhile....5.5. Yous make the call. Better clue, to sorta go with today's theme: {Headless Christian, in a fashion?? Medium-tough. It might seem impossible to you that all custom-written essays, research papers, speeches, book reviews, and other custom task completed by our writers are both of high quality and cheap. We want…” Some of the fill was like that too. Proceed without restraint: Let fly? The cluing was overly direct and never clever. I was going to post, and help clear up a lot of errors. Medium-Challenging (I just woke up, which may have made me slower, but I was over 4, which is sluggish on a Tuesday). These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. Not vague. But, by no means am I artsy-craftsy by nature. We take vegetables and chop them up into tiny rice-sized pieces. Booze? I knew the model maker who refurbed him. Then my crossword muse Lexicrucia joined me at 180° and whispered in my ear "make it a beverage server reimagined theme". We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Looked again at the answers to find that they're all in "charge" of drinks. Dang.Fun theme. Well I'll be a monkey's aunt....What are the chances? I also seem to remember a time when the design function and the DRAFTing function were done by different people. they been spun through a thingee called a, wait for it...RICEr. I could go on, but I'm not the story person here. mincing is chopping. Super fast here, but I awoke at 4:50am, ran a 5K training run, showered, worked on SB, and did the Mini before solving this one. @Anonymous 7:14 AMLoved "stutter-stepping" and "rhythm" in your first par. What followed was an entertaining short story or anecdote that began seemingly as far from the topic at hand but always, and in very short order would end with something that not only related to the substance of the argument, but assisted in its resolution. RICErs make sense in a restaurant setting, but having another kitchen gadget would not bring me joy. For a decade, I worked with one of the craftiest, most brilliant legal minds and most gifted trial strategists/advocates I have ever known and THE best with whom I have worked on a daily basis. Like clockwork. Them clues had some 'tude. And I enjoyed it mucho. For a Tuesday, this one contained quite a bit of annoyance, especially in the south where you have the two foreign words (RIOS and AZUL) stacked over a rarely used SERE - it’s unfortunate that the NYT has such a fetish for foreign words, but it is what it is I guess. @pabloinnh - How about SOA - Suffix of Annoyance? In Which Kanga and Baby ___ Come to the Forest and Piglet Has a Bath (A.A. Milne chapter), Outbreak of activity that rhymes with juror, Poem that might use words like e'en and o'er, www.heart.___ (URL for the American Heart Association), Crosswords with Friends December 24 2020 Answers, Word Craze Daily Puzzle December 24 2020 Answers, Eugene Sheffer Crossword January 22 2021 Answers, New York Times Crossword January 22 2021 Answers, Robotic adversary in Battlestar Galactica crossword clue, Murphys co-star in 1982s 48 Hrs. well, since we're on the subject of military incompetence, or so, there's the B-52, still flying to protect us from Ukrainian ICBMs (yes, that's where Russia put them). I love seeing a fellow RGVer succeed. Do they still make them? BTW BEQ Monday was a bear. Gouda has a population of 72,338 and is famous for its Gouda cheese, stroopwafels, many grachten, smoking pipes, and its 15th-century city hall. Naturally, I enjoyed this puzzle with its drink-based theme and clever (if a bit snarky) clues. for those who've never worked in a modern machine shop the acronym is CAD/CAMwhich isComputer Aided DesignandComputer Aided ManufacturingIOW, the output from the CAD program is fed to the CNC, and other automated, machines which take that instruction set and execute it to make the part. Now, there's the kind of raised-by-wolves innovation that M&A is talkin about.**gruntz**. That shop, Product Dynamics, was doing stereo lithography a long time ago.One last note. Thank you @Robert for a puzzle that challenged me to the max. That’s what SNAFU really means.Learned what being on the qui vive means. ricing is when you put food through a ricer and it comes out looking like rice. Our Riced Veggies are made from a variety of vegetables including cauliflower, broccoli, beets and more. 11 Full PDFs related to this paper. And "Draftsperson" is OK - I'm in the design field and it is used - also it was easy to suss out even if one didn't know it.--CS. And are you asked to calibrate the clues to the day of the week or is that something done by Team Shortz? Yes? Pushing something through a food mill (or a ricer) just is not chopping - and even in CrossWorld if something is false, it is false (this isn’t, or at least shouldn’t be an alternate reality situation). In Crossword with Friends you’ll have the opportunity to hunt words of the modern era that are described by well-written clues. Thank God. More, please! INDULGE ME took me back to a mentor during my mid-career huge firm life. Love your treatise on POCes. And why the distasteful adage “you get all the law you can afford” is sadly accurate (and why I could never have lasted in that environment. A lot of mouth breathers say form follows function. These are the very best free iPhone games. She scarcely sleeps. What a relief. She played at the collegiate level for the University of Arizona, then seven seasons of professional women's basketball with the Houston Comets, Seattle Storm, Minnesota Lynx, and Sacramento Monarchs in the … I had WAIFS.I think that the constructor is one of the regulars here. I imagine all of the answers have been used to clue today's clues, but the reversal was a welcome twist (albeit probably because of symmetry more than anything else).I like how 26A fits the clue for 44A.Some of the commentariat seem to have a problem with DRAFTSPERSON as PC nonsense. After a couple oddball days (again for me), today was a breath of fresh air. INDULGEME, PORTAUTHORITY, the clue for SIR, the clue for INDULGEME - - excellent stuff. I agree the theme was nice and three of the answers were outstanding, but DRAFTS PERSON was a big clunker IMO. Wouldn’t mind continuing this trend without overdoing it.On a different train of thought, overall I like Rex’s provocative reviews, but his excuses for not being perfect can be annoying, like today’s parenthetical “I just woke up, so.....”, or something to that effect. Adverbs may precede or may follow the verbs they modify, and they sometimes interrupt the parts of a verb phrase. Very nice theme which made it fun. The DSM has been RICED!I agree on the base for the acronym SNAFU, but there seems to be some dispute about the size of the mess it describes. Did you go far? I guess GROUNDSKEEPER can fit into the beverage sub theme? I didn’t love it.Several clues did their best to ANNOY me; a couple of them others have also mentioned. And, I hasten to add, there has never been any proof in a U.S. election of even hundreds of fraudulent votes in a statewide or National election. Times Literary Supplement. @AnoaThanks for the puzzle and for "coming out. Our main objective is to help you with Crosswords with Friends December 24 2020 Answers. I barely moved. just that the Powers That Be want it that way.my Pappy insisted that SNAFU originated in WWII when the Brass made the enlisted do something really, really stupid. The US Army sure as hell doesn't know.https://armypubs.army.mil/epubs/DR_pubs/DR_a/pdf/web/ARN7458_R30_22_FINAL.pdf. But opting out of some of these cookies may affect your browsing experience. I'm sure my time was slower than it is on most Tuesdays. I even had a puzzle that on one blog was deemed so bad as to not be worthy of a review! The clue for SCOPE, maybe. I thought the theme was a refreshing quaff. Of COURSE, we were sewers. Anon 6:46 Thank you!!!! 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