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PREVIOUS PUZZLE WINNERS and ANSWERS

Year 7, Issue 9-Matt Dlugie
REBUS PUZZLES: EASY COME EASY GO, PARALYZE, TIME CAPSULE, LESS IS MORE
CRYPTOGRAM: “BUT SERIOUSLY, I THINK OVERALL IN THE SCHEME OF THINGS WINNING AN EMMY IS NOT IMPORTANT. LET’S GET OUR PRIORITIES STRAIGHT. I THINK WE ALL KNOW WHAT’S REALLY IMPORTANT IN LIFE–WINNING AN OSCAR.” ~ELLEN DEGENERES
JUMBLE: KNOWS, ENJOY, SNARKY, AWAKE What the meteorologist said about the strange weather: IT’S SNOW JOKE

Year 7, Issue 8- Ethan Dlugie
REBUS PUZZLES: MENORAH, KNOWIN’ THE ALPHABET, MISTLETOE, TIMES SQUARE
CRYPTOGRAM: “ONCE AGAIN, WE COME TO THE HOLIDAY SEASON, A DEEPLY RELIGIOUS TIME THAT EACH OF US OBSERVES, IN HIS OWN WAY, BY GOING TO THE MALL OF HIS CHOICE.” ~DAVE BARRY
JUMBLE: DRONE, CYNIC, PLAGUE, BYPASS What the doctor prescribed for the gingerbread man’s broken leg: a CANDY CANE

Year 7, Issue 7- Cari Cohen
REBUS PUZZLES: CONCERTO, BLACK FRIDAY, MAKE ENDS MEET, RAY BANS
CRYPTOGRAM: NO HONEST POET CAN EVER FEEL QUITE SURE OF THE PERMANENT VALUE OF WHAT HE HAS WRITTEN: HE MAY HAVE WASTED HIS TIME AND MESSED UP HIS LIFE FOR NOTHING.” ~T.S. ELIOT
JUMBLE: WINCE, REALTY, ABOUT, SOURCE How the farmer counted the herd of cows: With a COWCULATOR

Year 7, Issue 6- Isabel Schwabe
REBUS PUZZLES: CARROT TOP, CUT-THROAT, JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, TENDERLOIN
CRYPTOGRAM: “IT HAS BEEN AN UNCHALLENGEABLE AMERICAN DOCTRINE THAT CRANBERRY SAUCE, A PINK GOO WITH OVERTONES OF SUGARED TOMATOES, IS A DELECTABLE NECESSITY OF THE THANKSGIVING BOARD AND THAT TURKEY IS UNEATABLE WITHOUT IT.” ~ALISTAIR COOKE
JUMBLE: HELMS, FUSSY, FAMINE, SPOILS What they said about the sketchy seafood store: SMELLS FISHY

Year 7, Issue 5- Elaine Arbaugh
REBUS PUZZLES: MIDNIGHT, BACK TO SQUARE ONE, SAVED BY THE BELL, DEAR FRANK’S
CRYPTOGRAM: “ANYONE WHO KNOWS ME WILL TELL YOU THAT I AM ALL ABOUT MONEY. I MEAN, JUST LOOK HOW WELL MY LINE OF ZODIAC-INSPIRED TOE RINGS AND HOMEOPATHIC CHILDREN’S MEDICATIONS ARE SELLING ON HOME SHOPPING NETWORK.” ~TINA FEY
JUMBLE: HONEY, DATED, ROUTIS, FLOWER What they called the totally awesome organ: SWEET HEART

Year 7, Issue 4- Ellen Kerschke
REBUS PUZZLES: WARLOCK, BEETLE JUICE, SNICKERS, SPIDER WEB
CRYPTOGRAM: “I USE THE WORD TOTALLY TOO MUCH. I NEED TO CHANGE IT UP AND USE A WORD THAT IS DIFFERENT BUT HAS THE SAME MEANING. MITCH DO YOU LIKE SUBMARINE SANDWICHES? ALL-ENCOMPASSINGLY…” ~MITCH HEDBURG
JUMBLE: PREFER, DRIES, AWARE, ANTHEM What the painting said when it was arrested: I WAS FRAMED

Year 7, Issue 3- Zak Falouji
REBUS PUZZLES: HOLY COW, TANK TOP, STATE OF THE UNION, OUT IN LEFT FIELD
CRYPTOGRAM: “A SCHEDULE DEFENDS FROM CHAOS AND WHIM. IT IS A NET FOR CATCHING DAYS. IT IS A SCAFFOLDING ON WHICH A WORKER CAN STAND AND LABOR WITH BOTH HANDS AT SECTIONS OF TIME.” ~ANNIE DILLARD
JUMBLE: AMAZE, FOLLOW, RAZOR, PILED Why the rapper had an umbrella: FO DRIZZLE

Year 7, Issue 2- Josh Kayne
REBUS PUZZLES: FLASHLIGHT, RED IN THE FACE, FOREIGNER, CATERPILLAR
CRYPTOGRAM: “HALF THE WORLD IS COMPOSED OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY AND CAN’T, AND THE OTHER HALF WHO HAVE NOTHING TO SAY AND KEEP ON SAYING IT.” ~ROBERT FROST
JUMBLE: IVORY, FEIGN, ANYONE, AGENDA What they called the jealous environmentalist: GREEN with ENVY

Year 7, Issue 1- Michelle Bank
REBUS PUZZLES: FORERUNNERS, SLEEPOVER PARTY, CARDINAL, MISSION TO MARS
CRYPTOGRAM: “BEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER AND IT MAY BE NECESSARY FROM TIME TO TIME TO GIVE A STUPID OR MISINFORMED BEHOLDER A BLACK EYE.” ~MISS PIGGY
JUMBLE: HATCH, UNION, BRIGHT, LABELS What the man bought instead of heavy flowers: LIGHT BULBS

Year 6, Issue 17- Jesse Altman
REBUS PUZZLES: PANTY HOSE, WALK IN CLOSET, JIMMY CHOOS, DRAMA QUEEN
CRYPTOGRAM: “EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH IS A GOOD EXAMPLE OF HOW SOMEONE CAN BE BOTH A WINNER AND A LOSER AT THE SAME TIME.” ~ DEMETRI MARTIN
JUMBLE: BRATS, AUDIO, WHINED, SWIRLY. What artists do on sunny days: DRAW THE BLINDS

Year 6, Issue 16- Ethan Dlugie
REBUS PUZZLES: FIRST DATE, SPICE GIRLS, AFTERNOON DELIGHT
CRYPTOGRAM: “THIS IS THE END, ACCORDING TO ARISTOTLE, WHAT WE HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR, WHAT EVERYTHING COMES DOWN TO, THE DESTINATION WE CANNOT HELP IMAGINING, A STREAK OF LIGHT IN THE SKY, A HAT ON A PEG, AND OUTSIDE THE CABIN, FALLING LEAVES.” ~ BILLY COLLINS
JUMBLE: SQUAT, CABIN, WHACKS, EVENTS. What the sushi said to the bee: WASSABEE

Year 6, Issue 15- Ricky Jacobson
REBUS PUZZLES: BEATBOX, OBESITY, CAPTAIN AMERICA, HEADQUARTERS
CRYPTOGRAM: “I BELIEVE IN EVERYTHING UNTIL IT’S DISPROVED. SO I BELIEVE IN FAIRIES, THE MYTHS, DRAGONS. IT ALL EXISTS, EVEN IF IT’S IN YOUR MIND. WHO’S TO SAY THAT DREAMS AND NIGHTMARES AREN’T AS REAL AS THE HERE AND NOW” ~ JOHN LENNON
JUMBLE: BYLAW, ENTRY, NOVICE, JARGON. What the weather wore at the formal event: RAINBOW

Year 6, Issue 14- Benji Perez
REBUS PUZZLES: OVERSEAS STUDIES, ALGORITHM, TIC TAC TOE, MEAN GIRLS
CRYPTOGRAM: “FINISH EACH DAY AND BE DONE WITH IT. YOU HAVE DONE WHAT YOU COULD. SOME BLUNDERS AND ABSURDITIES NO DOUBT CREPT IN; FORGET THEM AS SOON AS YOU CAN.” ~ RALPH WALDO EMERSON
JUMBLE: LEAVE, JAILS, AXIOMS, BUMPER. The jelly that comes from within an oyster: PEARL JAM

Year 6, Issue 13- Ben Richards
REBUS PUZZLES: TOOL BOX, HEAVY DRINKER, TALE OF TWO CITIES, TECTONIC PLATES
CRYPTOGRAM: “…THE PURPOSE OF FICTION IS TO REANIMATE OUR LIVES, REENCHANT OUR SELVES, AND TURN US BACK INTO THE IRREDUCIBLE COMPLEXITY OF THE SMALLEST, SIMPLEST DAY.” ~ RICHARD POWERS
JUMBLE: SCUBA, ARBOR, BAKERY, TARGET. What they called the Grizzly with its fur shaved off: BARE BEAR

Year 6, Issue 12- Sari Schwartz
REBUS PUZZLES: FORMAL ATTIRE, INDISPENSABLE, 98 DEGREES, PLAY ON WORDS
CRYPTOGRAM: “I AM GLAD THAT I PAID SO LITTLE ATTENTION TO GOOD ADVICE; HAD I ABIDED BY IT I MIGHT HAVE BEEN SAVED FROM SOME OF MY MOST VALUABLE MISTAKES.” ~ EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY
JUMBLE: SWANK, GLAZE, HOWLED, PARADE. The seven lifeless days: DEAD WEEK

Year 6, Issue 10- Emily Cloch…Year 6, Issue 11- Audrey Weiner
REBUS PUZZLES: JK ROWLING, MUGGLE, DIVINATION, ALBUS DUMBLEDORE
CRYPTOGRAM: “ABOUT ASTROLOGY AND PALMISTRY: THEY ARE GOOD BECAUSE THEY MAKE PEOPLE VIVID AND FULL OF POSSIBILITIES. THEY ARE COMMUNISM AT ITS BEST. EVERYBODY HAS A BIRTHDAY AND ALMOST EVERYBODY HAS A PALM.” ~ KURT VONNEGUT
JUMBLE: WITCH, GHOST, CHARMS, DRAGON. What they called the cap with OCD tendencies: SORTING HAT

Year 6, Issue 9- Brett Moss
REBUS PUZZLES: BRADY BUNCH, SIGNIFICANT OTHER, REALISM, INCENTIVE
CRYPTOGRAM: “I AM THE WISEST MAN ALIVE, FOR I KNOW ONE THING AND THAT IS THAT I KNOW NOTHING.” ~ SOCRATES
JUMBLE: ACUTE, AMUSE, PERSON, DRENCH. What they called the NASA population: SPACE RACE

Year 6, Issue 8- Sarah Spiro
REBUS PUZZLES: HALF MARATHON, EMAIL, UNDER THE WEATHER, CAPS LOCK
CRYPTOGRAM: “THAT’S WHY I CAN’T SAY ENOUGH TIMES, WHATEVER LOVE YOU CAN GET AND GIVE, WHATEVER HAPPINESS YOU CAN FILCH OR PROVIDE, EVERY TEMPORARY MEASURE OF GRACE, WHATEVER WORKS.” ~ BORIS YELLNIKOFF IN WHATEVER WORKS
JUMBLE: BENCH, FLUNK, BOMBER, BATONS. Where spheres of liquid go to get clean: BUBBLE BATH

Year 6, Issue 7- Sami Sklare
REBUS PUZZLES: TALL ORDER, BUOYANT, CENTIPEDE, DAYQUIL
CRYPTOGRAM: “AERODYNAMICALLY, THE BUMBLE BEE SHOULDN’T BE ABLE TO FLY, BUT THE BUMBLE BEE DOESN’T KNOW IT SO IT GOES ON FLYING ANYWAYS.” ~ MARY KAY ASH
JUMBLE: PURGE, VERBS, PRAYED, ISSUES. Friend force per unit area: PEER PRESSURE

Year 6, Issue 6- Eric Silcroft
REBUS PUZZLES: ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK, PENELOPE, TOP OF THE MORNING TO YOU, DIAMOND IN THE EYE
CRYPTOGRAM: “AN ESCALATOR CAN NEVER BREAK: IT CAN ONLY BECOME STAIRS. YOU SHOULD NEVER SEE AN ‘ESCALATOR TEMPORARILY BROKEN’ SIGN, JUST, ‘ESCALATOR TEMPORARILY STAIRS.’ SORRY FOR THE CONVENIENCE.” ~ MITCH HEDBERG
JUMBLE: HATCH, UNION, BRIGHT, LABELS What the man bought instead of heavy flowers: A LIGHT BULB
FLOPSIDE: The story about squirrels was fake

Year 6, Issue 5- Tim Klabjan and friends
REBUS PUZZLES: RIGHT ON, FOREIGN FILM, DIVERSITY, EFFICIENCY
CRYPTOGRAM: “HERE IS A LESSON IN CREATIVE WRITING. FIRST RULE: DO NOT USE SEMICOLONS. THEY ARE TRANSVESTITE HERMAPHRODITES REPRESENTING ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. ALL THEY DO IS SHOW YOU’VE BEEN TO COLLEGE.” ~ KURT VONNEGUT
JUMBLE: GLADE, STAND, STEREO, PLEDGE The most environmentally friendly letter: GREEN TEE

Year 6, Issue 4- Megan Van Artsdalen
REBUS PUZZLES: SCATTER PLOT, NORTHERN LIGHTS, PARALLEL PARKING, MISINFORMATION
CRYPTOGRAM: “MY NAME IS MARCEL AND I’M PARTIALLY A SHELL AS YOU CAN ON MY BODY, BUT I ALSO HAVE SHOES… AND A FACE… SO I LIKE THAT ABOUT MYSELF AND I LIKE MYSELF AND I HAVE A LOT OF OTHER GREAT QUALITIES AS WELL.” ~ MARCEL THE SHELL
JUMBLE: CUBIC, GIFTS, LONGER, ACCENT The obstetrician’s favorite part of the song: C-SECTION

Year 6, Issue 3- Aly Gupta
REBUS PUZZLES: WHEEL OF FORTUNE, TORNADO, TRAFFIC JAM, MONKEY’S UNCLE
CRYPTOGRAM: “ANYONE WHO HAS THE POWER TO MAKE YOU BELIEVE ABSURDITIES HAS THE POWER TO MAKE YOU COMMIT INJUSTICES.” ~ VOLTAIRE
JUMBLE: GNARL, GUEST, INFECT, LAWFUL What they called the lovable 37 degrees: A CUTE ANGLE

Year 6, Issue 2- Molly Block
REBUS PUZZLES: TOO LITTLE TOO LATE, FRUIT BY THE FOOT, REST IN PEACE, FREE WILL
CRYPTOGRAM: “LONG AGO YOU KISSED THE NAMES OF THE NINE MUSES GOODBYE AND WATCHED THE QUADRATIC EQUATION PACK ITS BAG, AND EVEN NOW AS YOU MEMORIZE THE ORDER OF THE PLANETS, SOMETHING ELSE IS SLIPPING AWAY, A STATE FLOWER PERHAPS, THE ADDRESS OF AN UNCLE, THE CAPITAL OF PARAGUAY.” ~ BILLY COLLINS
JUMBLE: RADII, WHEEL, AUGUST, CHEWED The ten dollar per hour battle: WAGE WAR.

Year 6, Issue 1- Danielle Posner
REBUS PUZZLES: TENTACLES, PARADISE, BROADWAY, JAM BAND
CRYPTOGRAM: “THE FIRST TIME YOU DO SOMETHING, IT’S SCIENCE. THE SECOND TIME, IT’S ENGINEERING. THE THIRD TIME IT’S JUST BEING A TECHNICIAN.” ~ CLIFFORD STOLL
JUMBLE: DECKS, NERDY, SLEIGH, GENIUS. What the attractive biologist had: DESIGNER GENES

Year 5, Issue 30- Brian Mellovitz
REBUS PUZZLES: BLUE JEANS, CATEGORY, BRANCH OUT, ATTENTION CENTER
CRYPTOGRAM: “THE TROUBLE WITH JOGGING IS THAT, BY THE TIME YOU REALIZE YOU’RE NOT IN SHAPE FOR IT, IT’S TOO FAR TO WALK BACK.” — FRANKLIN P. JONES
JUMBLE: BRATS, AUDIO, WHINE, SWIRLY. What artists do on sunny days: DRAW THE BLINDS

Year 5, Issue 29- Adam Sherman
REBUS PUZZLES: CATERPILLAR, CHEX MIX, HEALTH CENTER, ESQUIRE
CRYPTOGRAM: “THE FOUR LEVELS OF COMEDY: MAKE YOUR FRIENDS LAUGH, MAKE STRANGERS LAUGH, GET PAID TO MAKE STRANGERS LAUGH, AND MAKE PEOPLE TALK LIKE YOU BECAUSE IT IS SO MUCH FUN.” — JERRY SEINFELD
JUMBLE: HELMS, FUSSY, FAMINE, SPOILS. What they said about the sketchy seafood store: SMELLS FISHY

Year 5, Issue 28- Talia Shalen
REBUS PUZZLES: THE PLOT THICKENS, JAYWALKING, FIGURE OF SPEECH, PICCOLO
CRYPTOGRAM: “A POSITIVE ATTITUDE MAY NOT SOLVE ALL YOUR PROBLEMS, BUT IT WILL ANNOY ENOUGH PEOPLE TO MAKE IT WORTH THE EFFORT.” — HERM ALBRIGHT
JUMBLE: FLOCK, GHOST, GUILTS, SHAKEN. How the traders referred to ticker symbol LOL: LAUGHING STOCK

Year 5, Issue 27- Griffin Oriot
REBUS PUZZLES: BACKSTREET BOYS, APHRODITE, BORN IN THE USA, REAL ESTATE
CRYPTOGRAM: “THE WORLD IS MORE MALLEABLE THAN YOU THINK AND IT’S WAITING FOR YOU TO HAMMER IT INTO SHAPE.” — BONO
JUMBLE: WHOLE, BLINK, PONDER, MARROW. The best bread the restaurant had to offer: The HONOR ROLL

Year 5, Issue 25- Logan Schwarzman
REBUS PUZZLES: DO NOT CALL US WE’LL CALL YOU, I SAW OBAMA ON TV, PORCUPINE, NUISANCE
CRYPTOGRAM: “MY MOTHER SAID TO ME, ‘IF YOU ARE A SOLDIER, YOU WILL BECOME GENERAL. IF YOU ARE A MONK, YOU WILL BECOME THE POPE.’ INSTEAD, I WAS A PAINTER, AND I BECAME PICASSO.” — PABLO PICASSO
JUMBLE: PHRASE, FEIGN, ARCADE, MAULED. Why everyone knew about the new corduroy pillows: The made HEAD LINES.

Year 5, Issue 24- Kevin Wilson
REBUS PUZZLES: YOU’RE UNDER ARREST, SCHUBERT’S UNFINISHED SYMPHONY, TRAVEL OVERSEAS, ACT OUT OF CHARACTER
CRYPTOGRAM: “AN ARCHAEOLOGIST IS THE BEST HUSBAND A WOMAN CAN HAVE. THE OLDER SHE GETS. THE MORE INTERESTED HE IS IN HER.” — AGATHA CHRISTIE
JUMBLE: SCAVENGER, CRACKLE, DESPITE, HOOPLA. Where Noah kept all of his bees: In the: ARC HIVES

Year 5, Issue 23- Andrew Kaplan
REBUS PUZZLES: PARAPHERNALIA, A LOT OF FISH IN THE SEA, MATINEE, WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN
CRYPTOGRAM: “HISTORICALLY, THE MOST TERRIBLE THINGS – WAR, GENOCIDE, AND SLAVERY, HAVE RESULTED NOT FROM DISOBEDIENCE, BUT FROM OBEDIENCE.” — HOWARD ZINN
JUMBLE: APPEAL, HYBRID, STRETCH, MNEMONIC. How the crazy person got though the forest: He took the PSYCHO PATH

Year 5, Issue 22- Maddie Rabin
REBUS PUZZLES: LITTLE WAYNE, ODDS AGAINST YOU, CASE IN POINT, EXIT TO STAGE RIGHT
CRYPTOGRAM: “DON’T KNOCK THE WEATHER; NINE-TENTHS OF THE PEOPLE COULDN’T START A CONVERSATION IF IT DIDN’T CHANGE ONCE IN A WHILE.” — KIN HUBBARD
JUMBLE: BIKER, COMFY, WALNUT, KABOBS How they browse the internet, Cali style: SURF the WEB

Year 5, Issue 21- Jenna Kanic
REBUS PUZZLES: 4 DEGREES BELOW ZERO, FIRST CLASS, DUTY CALLS, TAKE YOU OUT TO LUNCH
CRYPTOGRAM: “YOU CAN SAY ANY FOOLISH THING TO A DOG, AND THE DOG WILL GIVE YOU THIS LOOKS THAT SAYS, ‘MY GOD, YOU’RE RIGHT! I NEVER WOULD’VE THOUGHT OF THAT!’” — DAVE BERRY
JUMBLE: METAL, KITTY, CHARMS, COMPLY. What they called the woman who made sparks fly: MATCH MAKER

Year 5, Issue 20- Brian Mellovitz
REBUS PUZZLES: BANDIT, GREATER GOOD, WEST POINT, SAY WHAT???
CRYPTOGRAM: “I DO  NOT KNOW WITH WHAT WEAPONS WORLD WAR THREE WILL BE FOUGHT, BUT WORLD WAR FOUR WILL BE FOUGHT WITH STICKS AND STONES” — ALBERT EINSTEIN
JUMBLE: FROZE, BLAND, FUTILE, RIGHTY. The nice flame: FRIENDLY FIRE

Year 5, Issue 19- The winner of The Flipside Annotation Contest was Emma Soren!
REBUS PUZZLES: TOODLES, SUM 41, WALKING ON THIN ICE, IONIZE
CRYPTOGRAM: “IF THERE ARE NO STUPID QUESTIONS, THEN WHAT KIND OF QUESTIONS DO STUPID PEOPLE ASK? DO THEY GET SMART JUST IN TIME TO ASK QUESTIONS?” — SCOTT ADAMS
JUMBLE: BARON, YOURS, SAVORY, PHLEGM How they got rid of the program errors: BUG SPRAY

Year 5, Issue 18- Nicki Chamberlain-Simon
REBUS PUZZLES: UNDERCOVER DETECTIVE, TIP OF THE ICEBERG, PIRATE, EYEBALL
CRYPTOGRAM: “I WANT TO HANG A MAP OF THE WORLD IN MY HOUSE, AND THEN I’M GONNA PUT PINS INTO ALL THE LOCATIONS THAT I’VE TRAVELED TO. BUT FIRST I’M GONNA HAVE TO TRAVEL TO THE TOP TWO CORNERS OF THE MAP SO IT WON’T FALL DOWN,” — MITCH HEDBERG
JUMBLE: VOLTS, PORCH, GAVELS, BUTTER The people who favored the exam were: PROTEST

Year 5, Issue 17- Jessica Suss
REBUS PUZZLES: PINEAPPLE EXPRESS, MEDIUM RARE, TEA TIME, WI-FI
CRYPTOGRAM: “WHEN I WAS A KID, I USED TO PRAY EVERY NIGHT FOR A NEW BICYCLE.  THEN I REALIZED THAT THE LORD DIDN’T WORK THAT WAY. SO I STOLE ONE AND ASKED FOR FORGIVENESS,” — EMO PHILLIPS
JUMBLE: BLIMP, PINCH, SAVANT, SEESAW What the bookie called his strongest wager: ALPHABET

Year 5, Issue 16- Daniel Perlovsky
REBUS PUZZLES: CROSS POLLINATION, OLD ENGLISH, SIGN POST, QUADRATIC
CRYPTOGRAM: “DON’T WORRY ABOUT THE WORLD COMING TO AN END TODAY. IT IS ALREADY TOMORROW IN AUSTRALIA,” — CHARLES SCHULZ
JUMBLE: CRUMB, NIFTY, ABSORB, SWITCH How the rain took the campus: BY STORM

Year 5, Issue 15- Naomi Schitkovitz
REBUS PUZZLES: JET PLANE, NO EYE IN TEAM, PRESENT TENSE, SAKI BOMB
CRYPTOGRAM: “ONLY THOSE WHO ATTEMPT THE ABSURD WILL ACHIEVE THE IMPOSSIBLE. I THINK IT’S IN MY BASEMENT… LET ME GO UPSTAIRS AND CHECK,” — M.C. ESCHER
JUMBLE: DONUT, CLIMB, MOTION, WIRING How the candy connoisseur liked his Altoids: IN MINT CONDITION

Year 5, Issue 14- Rachel Hirschhaut
REBUS PUZZLES: SEARCH ABOVE AND BELOW, DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH, FORCE FIELD, TOP HAT
CRYPTOGRAM: “SWITZERLAND IS A PLACE WHERE THEY DON’T LIKE TO FIGHT, SO THEY GET PEOPLE TO DO THEIR FIGHTING FOR THEM WHILE THEY SKI AND EAT CHOCOLATE.” — LARRY DAVID
JUMBLE: DONUT, CLIMB, MOTION, WIRING How the candy connoisseur liked his Altoids: IN MINT CONDITION

Year 5, Issue 13- Moshay Goeke
REBUS PUZZLES: JACK NICHOLSON, IPOD, BEETLE, CATCHER IN THE RYE
CRYPTOGRAM: “Once again we come to the holiday season, a deeply religious time that each of us observes, in his own way, by going to the mall of his choice.” — Dave Barry
JUMBLE: BIPED, FLANK, CREAKY, STENCH. The holiday vacation tango: BREAK DANCE

Year 5, Issue 12- Winner is Chloe Despos
REBUS PUZZLES: TENNIS SHOE, WHO IS IN CHARGE, PAINLESS OPERATION, EXCUSE ME
JUMBLE: WHEAT, WOMAN, ELVISH, SHAVED. The nerdy astrologer’s question: WHAT’S YOUR SIGN?

Year 5, Issue 11- Winner is Lanie Schlesinger
REBUS PUZZLES: POWER OF IMAGINATION, CHOPPED LIVER, CENSORSHIP, SOCIAL CUES
CRYPTOGRAM: “All the president is, is a glorified public relations man who spends his time flattering, kissing, and kicking people to get them to do what they are supposed to do anyway.” — Harry S. Truman
JUMBLE: MERGE, SKULL, COPPER, SEWAGE, How we keep time: OUR GLASS

Year 5, Issue 10- Winner is Elliot Rock
REBUS PUZZLES: WON BY A NOSE, MISSING LINK, DAY IN DAY OUT, FREE FOR ALL
CRYPTOGRAM: “A politician needs the ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month, and next year. And to have the ability afterward to explain why it didn’t happen.” -Winston Churchill
JUMBLE: DRUMS, CLAMOR, BRAVO, BICEPS

Year 5, Issue 9- Winner is Jack Mercola
REBUS PUZZLES: MEGATRON, LOVE TRIANGLE, TYRANNY, SETTLE DOWN
CRYPTOGRAM: “A diplomat is a man who always remembers a woman’s birthday but never remembers her age,” — Robert Frost
JUMBLE: CHEEK, SWUNG, BRANDY, VAINED, How the tree sat down: HE WAS SEEDED.

Year 5, Issue 8- Winner is Danielle Posner.
REBUS PUZZLES: IN BETWEEN JOBS, PEACE OF PUMPKIN PIE, PARADOX, HEAD FOR COVER
CRYPTOGRAM: “A politician needs the ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month, and next year. And to have the ability afterwards to explain why it didn’t happen,” –Winston Churchill
JUMBLE: TWIRL, WOBBLE, GNARLY A little Clinton Legislation: BILL BILL

Year 5, Issue 7- Winner is Anna Saplitski.
REBUS PUZZLES: FANCY THAT, HEART BEAT, UP IN ARMS, OUTER SPACE
CRYPTOGRAM: “I’m completely in favor of the separation of church and state. My idea is that these two institutions screw us up enough on their own, so both of them together is certain death,” –George Carlin
JUMBLE: RAVER, FUZZY, ZONING, BEHOLD
Scorching words from an employer: YOU’RE FIRED

Year 5, Issue 6- Winner is Kyle Friedman.
REBUS PUZZLES: TOP DOG, LAST RESORT, SPLIT PEA, SCRAMBLED EGGS
CRYPTOGRAM: “A good film is when the price of the dinner, the theater admission, and babysitter were worth it,” –Alfred Hitchcock
JUMBLE: PILAF, SNORT, PELVIS, MUMBLE
When you need zest, eat this: PASSION FRUIT

Year 5, Issue 5- Winner is Abby Zemach.
REBUS PUZZLES: SUNSET, HALF- DECENT, NUTS AND BOLTS, BOX TOPS
CRYPTOGRAM: “Quit? Don’t quit? Noodles? Don’t noodles? You are too concerned about what was and what will be. There is a saying: Yesterday is a history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That’s why they call it the present,” –Kung Fu Panda
JUMBLE: BREWS, ADAGE, BORROW, ASTHMA
What they said about the foreign girl: SHE WAS A BROAD

Year 5, Issue 4- Winner is Avra Mouzakis.
REBUS PUZZLES: TRIPLE PLAY, CANOPY, RETAINER, MAN IN THE MOON
CRYPTOGRAM: “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind,” –Dr. Seuss
JUMBLE: ADMIT, NUDGE, HAVING, JIGSAW
What to do when you run out of information: GO DATA MINING

May 29, 2015

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