Monday, October 30, 2017

Monday, October 30, 2017

My time: 5:37.


Jay Kaskel gives us a witch-joke-themed Halloween puzzle.  "Computer help for a witch?" SPELL CHECK.  "How one might be forced to accept a witch?" WARTS AND ALL.    And there's a little bit of theme-like fill as well: EERIE ("like a haunted house"), HAGS ("witches").

Did you know Beaujolais and Chianti were REDS?  Me neither.  Chianti is a red blend from Tuscany.  For whatever reason it just sounds like a white wine to me.

Maximilian SCHELL was a director and actor who is probably best known for his role as Hans Rolfe, the German defending counsel in Judgment at Nuremberg.

The INCUS is the anvil bone of the middle ear, paired with the malleus or hammer.

Hey, we learned about DEKES just yesterday.

And that about RAPT it up.

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