That answer was the difference between me having a time in the 4s and me having a time in the 5s. I didn't even see many of the Across clues. There's just so much depressing fill here. So the sounds were on my mind when it came to parsing the second two themers. I'm not sure where to start, but I'll just go ahead and start with the revealer, which makes no sense at all. It is, in fact, the determining difference between a smiley face and a frowny face.
So I said to myself why not solving them and sharing their solutions online. Bad Donne clues make me mad. Click the answer to find similar. Seems like something close to cheating to use so many very short movie titles as the inserts. It's just that this is so lackluster.
I'm laughing just typing it out, what??? I mean, I was Certain that was right. June 7, 1909 — May 7, 2005 was a from from 1949 to 1989. That is some obscure stuff, and the weird anomalous short lines and sing-songiness makes it look like a much more modern poet. So much great writing, and you yank out this obscurity? No idea what people were thinking there. Is that how Charles Entertainment Cheese describes his credit card? I play it a lot and each day I got stuck on some clues which were really difficult. Oh and also they make things very messy. It's fun, and I'm not just saying that because I'm in it.
Catholic writer Michal Hunt suggests that Judas Thaddaeus became known as Jude after early translators of the from into English sought to distinguish him from Judas Iscariot and subsequently abbreviated his forename. The clue doesn't help, but honestly, there isn't a good clue, because the phrase is nonsense. Most versions of the New Testament in languages other than English and refer to Judas and Jude by the same name. It's iconically Screaming Jay Hawkins'. The Crossword Solver found 21 answers to the Got cracking crossword clue.
He is sometimes identified with , but is clearly distinguished from , the who betrayed Jesus prior to his crucifixion. Further, this theme is soooooo straightforward it's kinda boring. But as I say, the fill largely held up. That's a novel, and it! Also, why is this puzzle running now and not on Easter, when it would've been Sunday and you would've had a big grid, which would've allowed you to let some of these themers breathe. It was clued as someplace the Boston Marathon runs through??? I thought I tore through this puzzle because just prior to solving, I had been watching Andy Kravis and Joon Pahk solve a Newsday Saturday Stumper Downs-Only on Twitch, and so my brain felt very very warmed up for puzzle action.
I know, it was made into a movie. Make your puzzle sound like humans made it. But that's it for roughness. . I don't feel negatively toward it, exactly.
Actually, I guess I could've used the theme to complete those squares, in an emergency. But he knew the cheese, so we're even—1 in the knowledgeable column, 1 in the ignorant column, for both of us. My struggles in the center were hampered considerably by a. That's one that requires confirmation from the cross. Which one is the horn and which one the crown? So, on the theme front: old theme type, adequate themers, awkward revealer. So off by one day—ridiculous unforced error, own goal, choose your sports metaphor.
I love remembering easy trivia and torching puzzles as much as the next solver, but this was kind of a nothing. Please don't say it has anything to do with difficulty level, because I and virtually everyone I know set personal Wednesday records on this puzzle. This is its first appearance Since I Started Blogging i. And this is the problem. But then there are those center squares. I am dumbfounded at how ill-conceived and -executed this puzzle is.
Saint Jude's attribute is a. It's one thing not to know an answer, but it's kinda worse to plunk down a wrong word with confidence. Absurd verb phrase that has no place in any puzzle. Also, can't decide if it's wonderfully apt or annoyingly superfluous, given that it involves around a pet. But the rest: clean and yummy. Please do not tell me the distinction does not matter.
Somehow I relate it more to swagger or style in general. Each day there is a new crossword for you to play and solve. But even if it were being redone, that's not a reason to condemn it. Another common attribute is Jude holding an image of , known as. Keep your shaded squares discrete. Too often, the resulting wacky phrases are painfully contrived, so much so that they can't even be clued very plausibly. The Crossword Solver found 21 answers to the He got a crack on the hand 4 crossword clue.