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Wine Crossword Puzzle

by JoePerry » Wed May 31, 2006 12:20 am

Yeah, I have no life.

http://www.armoredpenguin.com/crossword ... 552.1.html

Try not to Google it, but books are fine.

Let me know how it goes. Some questions are tough, some are easy...

Please note! Three across is misspelled. I spelled it like the Kistler muse, not the Chave muse. 8)
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Re: Wine Crossword Puzzle

by Dale Williams » Wed May 31, 2006 9:59 am

Hard but for the most part fair. I couldn't get 1-down because of your spelling of 3-across-I ran through every appelation I could think of , but couldn't make anything fit. A few I had no clue on - 29 across, 17-down, one or two others. And of course 8 across is more wineboard than wine, but easiest one on page. Thanks
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Re: Wine Crossword Puzzle

by Bill Buitenhuys » Wed May 31, 2006 10:03 am

This was fun, Joe. I didnt do too well on getting the answers but it was fun.

So is PaulB the new Esai Morales and is now the fashionable name to show up on crossword puzzles? :wink:
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Re: Wine Crossword Puzzle

by JoePerry » Wed May 31, 2006 10:27 am

Dale Williams wrote:Hard but for the most part fair. I couldn't get 1-down because of your spelling of 3-across-I ran through every appelation I could think of , but couldn't make anything fit. A few I had no clue on - 29 across, 17-down, one or two others. And of course 8 across is more wineboard than wine, but easiest one on page. Thanks


Did I misspell 3 across? I'm sorry. I was up a bit late doing it.


I tried to throw in a few toughies that would need to be solved by getting all the supporting questions, but there wasn't as much boxing as I would have liked to make that possible.

Thanks for trying it! Maybe I'll do another if I get a few hours free :wink:
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Re: Wine Crossword Puzzle

by JoePerry » Wed May 31, 2006 10:28 am

Bill Buitenhuys wrote:This was fun, Joe. I didnt do too well on getting the answers but it was fun.





Hey as long as it was fun!
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Re: Wine Crossword Puzzle

by Bob Ross » Wed May 31, 2006 11:04 am

Thanks, Joe. Fun puzzle. Regards, Bob
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Re: Wine Crossword Puzzle

by James Roscoe » Wed May 31, 2006 7:04 pm

Joe,
Aren't you an elementary school teacher? Don't you have some papers to grade?
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Re: Wine Crossword Puzzle

by JoePerry » Thu Jun 01, 2006 2:21 pm

James Roscoe wrote:Joe,
Aren't you an elementary school teacher? Don't you have some papers to grade?
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I’m an administrator, the only time I correct papers is when little Hoke needs to write a letter of apology for peeing in the bathroom sink. :D


Glad you liked it Bob! The first thing I thought of when I started was that it was something up your alley.

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Re: Wine Crossword Puzzle

by James Roscoe » Thu Jun 01, 2006 2:53 pm

You mean you're the principal?!!! I guess Hoke saw your type enough back in the Depression. But really, don't they pay you to push some papers? Make paperwork for those of us who really work?
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Re: Wine Crossword Puzzle

by JoePerry » Thu Jun 01, 2006 3:29 pm

James Roscoe wrote:You mean you're the principal?!!! I guess Hoke saw your type enough back in the Depression. But really, don't they pay you to push some papers? Make paperwork for those of us who really work?



Not a Principal; I am the “Program Director” of a private facility that hosts small Kindergarten classes during the day (about 50-60 families enrolled). I also wear the hat of a Program Director for before and after school care for children in grades K-8 (about 120 families enrolled). In the off-season, I'm the Program Director of three summer camps, two of which I thankfully delegate authority on so that I can actually do some hands-on work with my Hamilton Adventure School (another 80 families).

It’s all great fun, but the rub is working at least 50 hours a week.

I'll PM you with my new website, but I just started playing with it so all the descriptions are brief and without the logos and pics.

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