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10/25/2013 1:20:20 PM

Frances
Frances
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On the first page (technically page 3) of Dell Puzzler's Sunday Crosswords, December 2013, it's mentioned that Dell's 100 Years of Crosswords will be on the newsstands November 12. While it didn't say Volume 1, sounds like it could be the same thing.

12/20/2013 7:02:42 PM

Wagashigrrl
Wagashigrrl
Posts: 19
During the holiday email offers, there was a link to buy the Dell 100 Years of Crosswords, Volume 1. I'm a fan of Logic puzzles but the book sounded interesting, so I got it.

It is beautiful and has a cover that is stiffer than my other assorted fare. Currently there is a link for this volume here,
https://www.pennydellpuzzles.com/product.aspx?c=CrosswordsPuzzleBooks&p=OYX

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* A child of five could understand this!
Fetch me a child of five. ― Groucho Marx

12/21/2013 6:51:22 AM

Amy Lowenstein
Amy Lowenstein
Posts: 1599
Great quite you have beneath your initials, WG. It's a line that Groucho says in one of the Marx Brothers movies, not that I can remember which one.

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12/21/2013 6:11:18 PM

Wagashigrrl
Wagashigrrl
Posts: 19
Amy, I've had that qoute in some of my taglines since Fidonet and never thought to source it.
I never knew it was Groucho Marx.

I've amended it. Thank you. (and figured out how to edit posts, can't do it from firefox, but IE has the option)
edited by Wagashigrrl on 12/21/2013

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WG
* A child of five could understand this!
Fetch me a child of five. ― Groucho Marx

12/21/2013 6:40:18 PM

Wagashigrrl
Wagashigrrl
Posts: 19
Speaking of crosswords. Today google has a new doodle.

story:
http://www.csmonitor.com/layout/set/r14/Innovation/2013/1220/Crossword-inventor-honored-with-puzzling-

picture:
https://www.google.com/logos/2013/crossword/crossword13.jpg

(not sure if the bb code is going to work--trying again)


edited by Wagashigrrl on 12/22/2013

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* A child of five could understand this!
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