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Of course! :-)))))
Yep, lol - I may even solve it (for a change of pace of course)!
I see that you commented on the puzzle--cool! LOL! We were definitely out-played. I thought there were 2 early calls by the refs that went against ND that were wrong (and the papers agreed), and maybe that contributed a little, both to the final score and the team's morale, but mostly I think it was just a case of the much better team winning...
Aw, shucks! My hair was a mess but just had to show my team spirit! :-)))Thanks for the congrats, and nicely done - as you noticed, I wasn't saying anything, at least not yet:-) Congrats to the Irish on making it to the big dance; I'm sure they'll be back soon. It was a great night for us.
Let's see, I'll type it: cacophony. Ooops--spellcheck corrected it for me, because I spell it the same way you do! LOL! I bless that system dozens of times a day--I'm actually a pretty good speller most of the time, but I am one lousy typist, and I appreciate having it as an editorial babysitter! Congratulations on your team's win--and I found a photo of you cheering them on!http://www.jigidi.com/puzzle.php?id=Z3JPFX44:-))))))))))))))))
Loving the puzzles and comments today! I laugh out loud - really, I hoot out loud:-) ... Perhaps that is adding to the cacaphony (sp? - can't remember ever typing that word before!)
Thanks, PJ! Maybe this is a modern painting of the Tower of Babel! I agree that singing harmony would be better!
So neat, Pat. You're a wonder with shapes. It reminded me of an exciting tourist office visit - with lots of people speaking in different languages - at the same time! The singing in harmony sounds nicer.....PJ
Yes, it did slow me down a bit.......
Mr. B finds the danger without needing any help, Katie! And if it's not there, he invents it.....!That must have made it awkward to use the mouse, Lela.....
Fear not, hundreds-of-funny-eyes....Today I came prepared, wearing a suit of armour!......
Pat, I was afraid to mention the POINTY parts, not wanting to indicate danger to Mr. B.!
Its a swirl camera... with lots of lenses for adjusting!!! Great fun, thanks Pat.
A squarish, rectangular, POINTY, talking, singing swirl, Katie! LOL! :-)))Maybe they're singing in squares (sort of like singing in rounds, but more conservative...), Ardy...! Thanks!
Great shape and color
Pat, Everybody is talking at once and I can't understand anybody. Or are they trying to recite - or sing - in unison? Thanks for a fun puzzle.
Oh! It's a squarish, rectangular, talking - or is it singing today - swirl! Very jolly Pat!
Clever! Thank you.