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FATS #8 - Hog Slain

Lars Hanson
 

All,

    Gary has taken the prize and will produce FATS #9.

    Answer below:

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    Thomas Wright, the celebrated jazz pianist, immediately bought the pig farm when he learned it was where the BLANK BLANK.

    Clue #1:  Only the pianist's first and middle names have been given, not his last name.

    Thomas Wright "Fats" Waller recognized the pig farm was where the FATS WALLER (WALLOW).

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    Take it away, Gary!

    Aloha,

        Lars

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FATS #7

James Ertner
 

What was the answer to FATS #7?

Jim

From: ca_12_dozen@... [puny]
Sent: ‎Friday‎, ‎April‎ ‎8‎, ‎2016 ‎8‎:‎10‎ ‎AM
To: ca_12_dozen@... [puny]

 

All,

    Having solved FATS #7, herewith the very much on topic FATS #8:

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    Thomas Wright, the celebrated jazz pianist, immediately bought the pig farm when he learned it was where the BLANK BLANK.

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

    Remember:  Do not hit Reply.

    Instead, send your best notes, key guesses, and riffs directly to me at parkersan2001@....

    Aloha,

        Lars

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FATS #8 - Clue #1

Lars Hanson
 

All,

    No guesses yet.

    Here is the first clue:

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    Thomas Wright, the celebrated jazz pianist, immediately bought the pig farm when he learned it was where the BLANK BLANK.

    Clue #1:  Only the pianist's first and middle names have been given, not his last name.

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

    Remember:  Do not hit Reply.

    Instead, send your best notes, key guesses, and riffs directly to me at parkersan2001@....

    Aloha,

        Lars

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FATS #8

Lars Hanson
 

All,

    Having solved FATS #7, herewith the very much on topic FATS #8:

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

    Thomas Wright, the celebrated jazz pianist, immediately bought the pig farm when he learned it was where the BLANK BLANK.

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

    Remember:  Do not hit Reply.

    Instead, send your best notes, key guesses, and riffs directly to me at parkersan2001@....

    Aloha,

        Lars

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FATS Riddle #5

Stan Kegel
 

I'm posting this for Dante as he has not yet had his posts cleared by our moderator.

Send your guesses to Dante and not to me. 

Stan

= = = = = = = = = =

FATS Riddle #7 off-target

I'll be near my computer for the next two hours or so and then I'll resume tomorrow.

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A couple of stained glass makers want to have children. After trying for a few months they go to a doctor who informs the woman she is infertile. However, after many different failed treatments, BLANK was successful and they were able to have a beautiful baby boy.
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DO NOT HIT THE REPLY BUTTON
Send your submissions to: dantekienigiel@...
and tell me if if you won't be able to post the next riddle if you get a BINGO

Thanks,
Dante




FATS Riddle #7 Off-target

Dante Kienigiel
 

Hey, first time posting so sorry if I do anything wrong. This one is off-target with the FATS theme but I think you'll enjoy.


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A couple of stained glass makers were trying to have kids when the woman was diagnosed with infertility. After many different failed treatments, with the use of ________ they were able to have a beautiful baby boy.
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Send all guesses to dantekienigiel@... or dantekienigiel@... (gmail is usually answered faster)



Re: FATS RIDDLE #6 (BINGO)

Stan Kegel
 

Welcome Dante. I'm looking forward to your participation. I think you are now the furthest away from Austin which is the guy of our group replacing Joseph Harris who lives in London, and Gary Reeves who lives in Alaska. Lars Hanson used to be in that group when he lived in Hawaii, but now lives near Washington, D. C.

Feel free to ask me or Gary Hallock or any other player about any questions you have about the riddles or other submissions. I maintain an archive of all the past F- riddles in sets of the 1000 riddles in each group and would be happy to send some of these to you which may help you in the wording of the riddles you submit. 

Again, we are all looking forward to your participation.

Stan Kegel 


Although the lurking Dante Kienigiel professes to live in Argentina, there’s no reason to suppose he’ll have any trouble playing with us here. Let’s offer him a warm welcome by sending him a feeding frenzy of guesses when he posts FATS RIDDLE #7. 




FATS RIDDLE #6 (BINGO)

gary hallock
 

The name-that-Toonces FATS RIDDLE #6

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Yet another blockbuster sequel is in the works. I think this will be something like the 8th in the series of hard-driving action picks. (If you get my Tokyo drift.) This time around there are lots of fast cars being driven by grossly overweight long-haired cats. The topic-relevant title of this film is what?

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This riddle was a bit tougher than I’d expected. Dr K. came very close and Nivi knocked it out quickly but couldn’t claim. Eventually I found a winner in one of our “lurkers” who professes to be “in love” with our group and this game and provided me with the answer I sought #### THE FATS AND THE FURRIEST

Although the lurking Dante Kienigiel professes to live in Argentina, there’s no reason to suppose he’ll have any trouble playing with us here. Let’s offer him a warm welcome by sending him a feeding frenzy of guesses when he posts FATS RIDDLE #7. 

Thank you for playing,

Gary Hallock



Re: Rogue Riddle #810 - Name Game - REVEALED

Lars Hanson
 

Chris,

    Thanks.

    Yes, I knew that, but, because the "itch" pronunciation seemed to be the one more likely to be known by those on the list.

    Aloha,

        Lars

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On Apr 6, 2016 2:04 PM, "Chris Gross ca_12_dozen@... [puny]" <puny@...> wrote:
 

Lars:  Sorry I wasn't able to join in the "pun" this week with the Rogue . . . just a minor "pit to nick" regarding one of your clues:
 
14.  What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?
She scratches KAY’S ITCH / KASICH.

From my following the current gub'ner of Ohio - my home state - on his Presidential campaign, I know that he pronounces his name differently from your rendition.  A more appropriate cluing might have been:  "Why is cosmetologist Mary ailing, John?"  KAY'S SICK / KASICH

But again, just a minor correction . . .


CG


On Tuesday, April 5, 2016 6:31 PM, "Lars Hanson parkersan2001@... [puny]" <puny@...> wrote:


 
All,
 
    Herewith the final standings for this week’s Rogue Riddle:
 
   Stan remains the clear winner, with 13 correct answers and a partial.  He is trailed by Gary.  However, since Stan has declined to host the next Rogue Riddle, the honors of hosting Rogue Riddle #811 go to Gary.
 
    The final standings are as follows:
 
Stan -     13 correct, plus three partials (67.5%)
1-5, 7, 9, 14-18, and 20, plus a partial on 19
 
Gary -    9 correct (45.0%)
1, 5, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 20
 
Joseph – 5 correct (25%)
9,12, 16, 18, and 20
 
Nivi -     3 correct, plus a partial (17.5%)
1, 18, and 19, plus a partial on 7
 
    Fourteen of the riddles – 1- 5, 7, 9, 12, 14- 18, and 20 -- have fallen.  Attempts have been made on four more –10, 11, 13, and 19.  Only #6 and #8 were not attempted.
 
    Here are the final riddle statistics:
 
•   Number of players:  4
•   4 Correct answers    --   2   --    #18, #20
•   3 correct answers     --   3    --     #1, #9, #16,
•   2 correct answers     --   4   --     #5, #7, #12, #17
•   1 correct answer       --   5    --     #2, #3, #4, #14, #15 
•   0 correct answers     --   4   --     #10, #11, #13, #19
•   Unattempted             --   2   --     #6, #8 
 
Herewith the answers to this week’s Rogue Riddle:
 
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 
 
1.    Desi, did you sack Lucy?
      Arnaz, did you FIRE BALL / FIREBALL?
2.   Did you soak Irving while honing?
      Did you WET STONE / WHETSTONE while honing?
3.   Were you checking the brother’s mass in that wagon before his first flight?
Were you WEIGHIN’ WRIGHT / WAINWRIGHT?
4.   Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?
Is that LYIN’ ELS / LIONELS into trains?
5.    Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?
Did you arrange that herb in ROWS, MARY / ROSEMARY?
6.   How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was distasteful?
Is that floral arrangement ICKY, BWANA? / IKEBANA?
7.   Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn?
Is that a TRUMP PET / TRUMPET on the horn?
8.   Is that person one scheming with the brothers?
Is that a KOCH CONSPIRATOR / CO-CONSPIRATOR?
9.   Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking?
Is that NICK TEEN / NICOTINE smoking?
10.  Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?
Is that CONNIE’S TOGA / CONESTOGA in that wagon?
11.  Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate?
       Is that POST STERN at the POSTERN?
12.  Did you anger Cecil at the intersection?
       Did you CROSS RHODES at the CROSSROADS?
13.  Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?
Is that KIM BURLY / KIMBERLEY, Clark?
14.  What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?
She scratches KAY’S ITCH / KASICH.
 15.  Does that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly, John?
                     Is it true that JAY WALKS / JAYWALKS?
 16.  Ella gets along with Ford?
        Yes, FITZGERALD FITS GERALD.
17.  Does Charles have de rancor?
                    Yes, DE GAULLE does have DE GALL.
18.  Did Vladimir ante up?
       Yes, PUTIN PUT IN.
19.  Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?
       Was that a MILL LAY, MILLAY?
20.  Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?
        Is that ARM STRONG, ARMSTRONG, Neil?
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 
    Thank you all for playing!
 
    Take it away, Gary!
    Aloha,

        Lars

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FATS RIDDLE #6

gary hallock
 

The name-that-Toonces FATS RIDDLE #6

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Send or submit all guesses directly to <gary@...>
(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^

Yet another blockbuster sequel is in the works. I think this will be something like the 8th in the series of hard-driving action picks. (If you get my Tokyo drift.) This time around there are lots of fast cars being driven by grossly overweight long-haired cats. The topic-relevant title of this film is what?

^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)^)
Send or submit all guesses directly to <gary@...>
(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^


Re: Rogue Riddle #810 - Name Game - REVEALED

Chris Gross <ca_12_dozen@...>
 

Lars:  Sorry I wasn't able to join in the "pun" this week with the Rogue . . . just a minor "pit to nick" regarding one of your clues:
 
14.  What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?
She scratches KAY’S ITCH / KASICH.

From my following the current gub'ner of Ohio - my home state - on his Presidential campaign, I know that he pronounces his name differently from your rendition.  A more appropriate cluing might have been:  "Why is cosmetologist Mary ailing, John?"  KAY'S SICK / KASICH

But again, just a minor correction . . .


CG


On Tuesday, April 5, 2016 6:31 PM, "Lars Hanson parkersan2001@... [puny]" wrote:


 
All,
 
    Herewith the final standings for this week’s Rogue Riddle:
 
   Stan remains the clear winner, with 13 correct answers and a partial.  He is trailed by Gary.  However, since Stan has declined to host the next Rogue Riddle, the honors of hosting Rogue Riddle #811 go to Gary.
 
    The final standings are as follows:
 
Stan -     13 correct, plus three partials (67.5%)
1-5, 7, 9, 14-18, and 20, plus a partial on 19
 
Gary -    9 correct (45.0%)
1, 5, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 20
 
Joseph – 5 correct (25%)
9,12, 16, 18, and 20
 
Nivi -     3 correct, plus a partial (17.5%)
1, 18, and 19, plus a partial on 7
 
    Fourteen of the riddles – 1- 5, 7, 9, 12, 14- 18, and 20 -- have fallen.  Attempts have been made on four more –10, 11, 13, and 19.  Only #6 and #8 were not attempted.
 
    Here are the final riddle statistics:
 
•   Number of players:  4
•   4 Correct answers    --   2   --    #18, #20
•   3 correct answers     --   3    --     #1, #9, #16,
•   2 correct answers     --   4   --     #5, #7, #12, #17
•   1 correct answer       --   5    --     #2, #3, #4, #14, #15 
•   0 correct answers     --   4   --     #10, #11, #13, #19
•   Unattempted             --   2   --     #6, #8 
 
Herewith the answers to this week’s Rogue Riddle:
 
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 
 
1.    Desi, did you sack Lucy?
      Arnaz, did you FIRE BALL / FIREBALL?
2.   Did you soak Irving while honing?
      Did you WET STONE / WHETSTONE while honing?
3.   Were you checking the brother’s mass in that wagon before his first flight?
Were you WEIGHIN’ WRIGHT / WAINWRIGHT?
4.   Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?
Is that LYIN’ ELS / LIONELS into trains?
5.    Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?
Did you arrange that herb in ROWS, MARY / ROSEMARY?
6.   How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was distasteful?
Is that floral arrangement ICKY, BWANA? / IKEBANA?
7.   Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn?
Is that a TRUMP PET / TRUMPET on the horn?
8.   Is that person one scheming with the brothers?
Is that a KOCH CONSPIRATOR / CO-CONSPIRATOR?
9.   Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking?
Is that NICK TEEN / NICOTINE smoking?
10.  Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?
Is that CONNIE’S TOGA / CONESTOGA in that wagon?
11.  Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate?
       Is that POST STERN at the POSTERN?
12.  Did you anger Cecil at the intersection?
       Did you CROSS RHODES at the CROSSROADS?
13.  Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?
Is that KIM BURLY / KIMBERLEY, Clark?
14.  What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?
She scratches KAY’S ITCH / KASICH.
 15.  Does that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly, John?
                     Is it true that JAY WALKS / JAYWALKS?
 16.  Ella gets along with Ford?
        Yes, FITZGERALD FITS GERALD.
17.  Does Charles have de rancor?
                    Yes, DE GAULLE does have DE GALL.
18.  Did Vladimir ante up?
       Yes, PUTIN PUT IN.
19.  Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?
       Was that a MILL LAY, MILLAY?
20.  Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?
        Is that ARM STRONG, ARMSTRONG, Neil?
<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 
    Thank you all for playing!
 
    Take it away, Gary!
    Aloha,

        Lars

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FATS Riddle #5 BINGO

Stan Kegel
 


FATS Riddle #5.

Gary gets the BINGO with correctly answering FATTY ART BUCKLE.

Gary will posy FATS Riddle #6

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This rotund Holllywood silent film producer and actor was known to always wear a wristband with a fancy hand-painted metal connector where ever he went. What name did he use during his professional career?

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 








FATS Riddle #5

Stan Kegel
 

FATS Riddle #5.

I sent the riddle out to a group of present and former {UNY members rather than spending it to the whole group, a fact that Gary pointed out to me.

I am now posting a corrected version of the original mailing. 

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 

This rotund Holllywood silent film producer and actor was known to always wear a wristband with a fancy hand-painted metal connector where ever he went. What name did he use during his professional career?

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 

Please send all guesses to stankegel@... 






Rogue Riddle #810 - Name Game - REVEALED

Lars Hanson
 

All,

 

    Herewith the final standings for this week’s Rogue Riddle:

 

   Stan remains the clear winner, with 13 correct answers and a partial.  He is trailed by Gary.  However, since Stan has declined to host the next Rogue Riddle, the honors of hosting Rogue Riddle #811 go to Gary.

 

    The final standings are as follows:

 

Stan -     13 correct, plus three partials (67.5%)
1-5, 7, 9, 14-18, and 20, plus a partial on 19

 

Gary -    9 correct (45.0%)
1, 5, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 20

 

Joseph – 5 correct (25%)
9,12, 16, 18, and 20

 

Nivi -     3 correct, plus a partial (17.5%)
1, 18, and 19, plus a partial on 7

 

    Fourteen of the riddles – 1- 5, 7, 9, 12, 14- 18, and 20 -- have fallen.  Attempts have been made on four more –10, 11, 13, and 19.  Only #6 and #8 were not attempted.

 

    Here are the final riddle statistics:

 

•   Number of players:  4

•   4 Correct answers    --   2   --    #18, #20

•   3 correct answers     --   3    --     #1, #9, #16,

•   2 correct answers     --   4   --     #5, #7, #12, #17

•   1 correct answer       --   5    --     #2, #3, #4, #14, #15 

•   0 correct answers     --   4   --     #10, #11, #13, #19

•   Unattempted             --   2   --     #6, #8 

 

Herewith the answers to this week’s Rogue Riddle:

 

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 

 

1.    Desi, did you sack Lucy?

      Arnaz, did you FIRE BALL / FIREBALL?

2.   Did you soak Irving while honing?

      Did you WET STONE / WHETSTONE while honing?

3.   Were you checking the brother’s mass in that wagon before his first flight?

Were you WEIGHIN’ WRIGHT / WAINWRIGHT?

4.   Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?

Is that LYIN’ ELS / LIONELS into trains?

5.    Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?

Did you arrange that herb in ROWS, MARY / ROSEMARY?

6.   How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was distasteful?

Is that floral arrangement ICKY, BWANA? / IKEBANA?

7.   Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn?

Is that a TRUMP PET / TRUMPET on the horn?

8.   Is that person one scheming with the brothers?

Is that a KOCH CONSPIRATOR / CO-CONSPIRATOR?

9.   Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking?

Is that NICK TEEN / NICOTINE smoking?

10.  Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?

Is that CONNIE’S TOGA / CONESTOGA in that wagon?

11.  Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate?

       Is that POST STERN at the POSTERN?

12.  Did you anger Cecil at the intersection?

       Did you CROSS RHODES at the CROSSROADS?

13.  Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?

Is that KIM BURLY / KIMBERLEY, Clark?

14.  What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?

She scratches KAY’S ITCH / KASICH.

 15.  Does that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly, John?

                     Is it true that JAY WALKS / JAYWALKS?

 16.  Ella gets along with Ford?

        Yes, FITZGERALD FITS GERALD.

17.  Does Charles have de rancor?

                    Yes, DE GAULLE does have DE GALL.

18.  Did Vladimir ante up?

       Yes, PUTIN PUT IN.

19.  Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?

       Was that a MILL LAY, MILLAY?

20.  Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?

        Is that ARM STRONG, ARMSTRONG, Neil?

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 

    Thank you all for playing!

 

    Take it away, Gary!

    Aloha,

        Lars

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FATS RIDDLE #4 BINGO

Stan Kegel
 

Gary gave me the BINGO for MINISODA VATS / MINNESOTA FATS  

He is away from his computer and asked me to make the announcement.

I will post FATS Rissole number five as soon as I think of one.

Stan


FATS  # 4

What do they call the large tanks from which small bottles of soft drinks are filled? 


Rogue Riddle #810 - Clue Set #3

Lars Hanson
 

All,

 

    Herewith the current standings and Clue Set #2, plus an additional hint.  (Clue Set #1 was sent out with last night's status, and is included again below.)

 

   Gary is creeping up on Stan, who remains in the lead.

 

    The current standings are as follows:

 

Stan -     9 correct, plus three partials (52.5%)
1, 2, 7, 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 20, plus partials on 3, 4, and 19

 

Gary -    9 correct (45.0%)
1, 5, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 20

 

Joseph – 5 correct (25%)
9,12, 16, 18, and 20

 

Nivi -     1 correct, plus a partial (7.5%)
1, plus a partial on 7

 

    Ten of the riddles -- 1, 2, 5, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 20 -- have fallen.  Attempts have been made on eight more – 3, 4, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, and 19.  Only #6 and #8 have not been attempted.

 

    Here are the current riddle statistics:

 

•   Number of players:  4

•   4 Correct answers    --   0

•   3 correct answers     --   5    --     #1, #9, #16, #18, #20

•   2 correct answers     --   3   --     #7, #12, #17

•   1 correct answer       --   3    --     #2, #5, #15 

•   0 correct answers     --   7   --     #3, #4, #10, #11, #13, #14, #19

•   Unattempted             --   2   --     #6, #8 

 

Some Hints:

    Examples have been provided.  There is no hard-and-fast pattern here, save that the puns are all based upon names.  None of the riddles are as obscure as the example provided in the original posting. 

    Look carefully at the wording of the set-up.   With the exception of Riddle #1, the wording has been selected specifically to provide necessary clues to both answers.  (Riddle #1 has the necessary information to solve it directly, and has fallen to everyone so far.)

    In general, answer words do not appear in the set-up.  Thus, if the clue talks about John and the guess is that John Doe is the name to which the clue refers, then DOE will appear in the answer, but John will not.  Similarly, if the clue mentions Doe, and Mary Doe is the name to which the clue refers, then MARY will appear in the answer, but Doe will not.

 

Clue Set #3:

 

    Letter counts are provided below for the remaining riddles:


Clue Set #2:

 

    Letter counts are provided below for the next five riddles:

    

Clue Set #1:

 

    While each riddle except #6 involves a name, it appears a bit more information is needed. Here is some additional information:

 

       Riddles with names of people involved (17):  #1 - #4, #7 - #9, and #11 - #20


       Riddles with only a first name involved (2): #5 and #10


       Riddle with a form of address involved (1):  #6


       Riddles with historical characters (5):  #5, #12, #15, #17, and #19

 

    Letter counts are provided below for the first five riddles:

 

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>  


1.    Desi, did you sack Lucy?
     
(4, 4 / 8)

 

2.   Did you soak Irving while honing?

      (3, 5 / 9)
 

3.   Were you checking the brother’s mass in the wagon before his first flight?
     
(8’, 6 / 10)

4.   Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?

      (4’, 3 / 7)

5.    Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?

       (4, 4 / 8)

6.   How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was distasteful? 

      (4, 5 / 7)

7.   Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn?

      (5, 3 / 6) 

8.   Is that person one scheming with the brothers?

      (4, 11 / 13, or 2-11)
 

9.   Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking? 

      (4, 1' 4 / 8)

10.  Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?

       (6'1 / 9)

11.  Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate?

        (4, 5 / 7)

12.  Did you anger Cecil at the intersection?

        (5, 6 / 10)

13.  Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?

        (3, 5 / 9)

14.  What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?

      (3’1, 4 / 6)

15.  Does that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly, John?

       (3, 5 / 8)

16.  Ella gets along with Ford.
(10 / 4, 6)

 

17.  Does Charles have de rancor?
(2, 6 / 2, 4)

 

18.  Did Vladimir ante up?
(5 / 3, 2)

 

19.  Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?
(4, 3 / 6)

 

20. Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?
(3, 6 / 9)

 

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 

 

    Please remember, do not hit REPLY, but instead address all guesses, surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and other such directly to me at:

 

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    Have fun!

 

    Aloha,

        Lars

​=================================


FATS RIDDLE #4 (Clue #3)

gary hallock
 

The somewhat-tardy-but-on-topic FATS RIDDLE #4

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Send or submit all guesses directly to <gary@...>
(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^( ^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^

What do they call the large tanks from which small bottles of soft drinks are filled? 

The F(L)AT response to this riddle leads me to believe our players have not yet latched onto the topic of this series. 

Clue #1 - I have described VERY LARGE CONTAINERS that hold a carbonated beverage being put into DIMINUTIVE bottles. These bigger containers are called WHAT?

Clue #2 - The correct answer to this riddle will be pres ented in two words. One is hyphenated. Both words are punned separately from the sound of the 2 word target phrase. These VERY LARGE  CONTAINERS containing the liquid soft drink might be known by industry insiders as BLANK? The finished product is drawn off into VERY SMALL bottles. This product might be known by industry insiders as a BLANK. 

Clue #3 - These VERY LARGE CONTAINERS are probably manufactured in a certain mid-western state near Lake Woebegone.

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Send or submit all guesses directly to <gary@...>
(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^(^


Re: Rogue Riddle #810 - Name Game - Clue Set #2

Lars Hanson
 

All,


Herewith the current standings and Clue Set #2, plus an additional
hint. (Clue Set #1 was sent out with last night's status, and is included
again below.)



This morning saw Gary and Stan continuing to battle for the lead, with
Stan remaining in first place.



The current standings are as follows:



Stan - 9 correct, plus three partials (52.5%)

1, 2, 7, 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 20, plus partials on 3, 4, and 19



Gary - 8 correct (40.0%)

1, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 20



Joseph – 5 correct (25%)

9,12, 16, 18, and 20



Nivi - 1 correct, plus a partial (7.5%)

1, plus a partial on 7



Eleven of the riddles -- 1, 2, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 20 -- have
fallen. Attempts have been made on nine more – 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 13, 14,
and 19. Only #6 and #8 have not been attempted.


Here are the current riddle statistics:


• Number of players: 4

• 4 Correct answers -- 0

• 3 correct answers -- 5 -- #1, #9, #16, #18, #20

• 2 correct answers -- 3 -- #7, #12, #17

• 1 correct answer -- 2 -- #2, #15

• 0 correct answers -- 8 -- #3, #4, #5, #10, #11, #13, #14,
#19

• Unattempted -- 2 -- #6, #8


*Some Hints:*


- Examples have been provided. There is no hard-and-fast pattern here,
save that the puns are all based upon names. None of the riddles are as
obscure as the example provided in the original posting.


- Look carefully at the wording of the set-up. With the exception of
Riddle #1, the wording has been selected specifically to provide necessary
clues to both answers. (Riddle #1 has the necessary information to solve
it directly, and has fallen to everyone so far.)


- In general, answer words do not appear in the set-up. Thus, if the
clue talks about John and the guess is that John Doe is the name to which
the clue refers, then DOE will appear in the answer, but John will not.
Similarly, if the clue mentions Doe, and Mary Doe is the name to which the
clue refers, then MARY will appear in the answer, but Doe will not.

*Clue Set #2:*



Letter counts are provided below for the next five riddles:



*Clue Set #1:*



While each riddle except #6 involves a name, it appears a bit more
information is needed. Here is some additional information:


- Riddles with names of people involved (17): #1 - #4, #7 - #9, and
#11 - #20.


- Riddles with only a first name involved (2): #5 and #10


- Riddle with a form of address involved (1): #6


- Riddles with historical characters (5): #5, #12, #15, #17, and #19

Letter counts are provided below for the first five riddles:



<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

1. Desi, did you sack Lucy?
(4, 4 / 8)

2. Did you soak Irving while honing?

(3, 5 / 9)

3. Were you checking the brother’s mass in the wagon before his first
flight?
(8’, 6 / 10)

4. Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?

(4’, 3 / 7)

5. Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?

(4, 4 / 8)

6. How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was
distasteful?

(4, 5 / 7)

7. Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn?

(5, 3 / 6)

8. Is that person one scheming with the brothers?

(4, 11 / 13, or 2-11)

9. Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking?

(4, 1' 4 / 8)

10. Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?

(6'1 / 9)

11. Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate?

12. Did you anger Cecil at the intersection?

13. Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?

14. What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?

15. Does that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly, John?

16. Ella gets along with Ford.

17. Does Charles have de rancor?

18. Did Vladimir ante up?

19. Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?

20. Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>



Please remember, do not hit REPLY, but instead address all guesses,
surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and
other such directly to me at:



parkersan2001@... <Parkersan2001@...>



Have fun!

Aloha,

Lars

​=================================


On Mon, Apr 4, 2016 at 10:06 PM, Lars Hanson <parkersan2001@...>
wrote:

All,



As I head off to bed this evening, it is time recap the day’s
standings. Joseph ahs joined the fray, moving quickly into third place
with five clean kills. Neither Nivi nor Gary have submitted any further
guesses.



The current standings are as follows:



Stan - 7 correct , plus a partial(37.5%)

1, 2, 7, 9, 17, 18, and 20, plus a partial on 4



Gary - 5 correct plus a partial (27.5%)

7, 9, 16, 18 and 20, plus a partial on 1



Joseph – 5 correct (25%)

9,12, 16, 18, and 20



Nivi - 1 correct, plus a partial (7.5%)

1, plus a partial on 7



Nine of the riddles -- 1, 2, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 20 -- have
fallen. Attempts have been made on nine more – 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 13, 14,
15, and 19. Only #6 and #8 have not been attempted.



*Some Hints:*



Examples have been provided. There is no hard-and-fast pattern here,
save that the puns are all based upon names. None of the riddles are as
obscure as the example provided in the original posting.



Look carefully at the wording of the set-up. With the exception of
Riddle #1, the wording has been selected specifically to provide necessary
clues to both answers. (Riddle #1 has the necessary information to solve
it directly, and has fallen to everyone so far.)



*Clue Set #1:*



While each riddle except #6 involves a name, it appears a bit more
information is needed. Here is some additional information:



Riddles with names of people involved (17): #1 - #4, #7 - #9, and #11
- #20.

Riddles with only a first name involved (2): #5 and #10

Riddle with a form of address involved (1): #6

Riddles with historical characters (5): #5, #12, #15, #17, and #19



Letter counts are provided below for the first five riddles:



<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

1. Desi, did you sack Lucy?
(4, 4 / 8)

2. Did you soak Irving while honing?

(3, 5 / 9)

3. Were you checking the brother’s mass in the wagon before his first
flight?
(8’, 6 / 10)

4. Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?

(4’, 3 / 7)

5. Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?

(4, 4 / 8)

6. How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was
distasteful?

7. Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn?

8. Is that person one scheming with the brothers?

9. Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking?

10. Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?

11. Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate?

12. Did you anger Cecil at the intersection?

13. Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?

14. What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?

15. Does that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly, John?

16. Ella gets along with Ford.

17. Does Charles have de rancor?

18. Did Vladimir ante up?

19. Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?

20. Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>



Please remember, do not hit REPLY, but instead address all guesses,
surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and
other such directly to me at:



parkersan2001@... <Parkersan2001@...>



Have fun!

Aloha,

Lars

​=================================


On Mon, Apr 4, 2016 at 10:00 AM, Lars Hanson <parkersan2001@...>
wrote:

All,



Some action overnight. First out of the Blocks was Nivi, with a
clean kill and a partial. She was followed by Our Learless Feeder, who
came in with five kills and a partial to seize the lead. Shortly
thereafter, Stan came in with six clean kills.



The current standings are as follows:



Stan - 6 correct (30%)

1, 2, 9, 17, 18, and 20



Gary - 5 correct plus a partial (27.5%)

7, 9, 16, 18 and 20, plus a partial on 1



Nivi - 1 correct, plus a partial (7.5%)

1, plus a partial on 7



Eight of the riddles -- 1, 2, 7, 9, 16, 17, 18, and 20 -- have
fallen. Attempts have been made on four more – 3, 10, 11, and 12.



*Some Hints:*



Examples have been provided. There is no hard-and-fast pattern
here, save that the puns are all based upon names. None of the riddles are
as obscure as the example provided in the original posting.



Look carefully at the wording of the set-up. With the exception of
Riddle #1, the wording has been selected specifically to provide necessary
clues to both answers. (Riddle #1 has the necessary information to solve
it directly, and has fallen to everyone so far.)

Aloha,

Lars

​=================================


On Sun, Apr 3, 2016 at 1:09 PM, Lars Hanson <parkersan2001@...>
wrote:

All,

Herewith this week's Rogue Riddle:

<O><O><O><O><O><O>O<>O<>O<>O<>O<O>

*Rogue Riddle #810*

*Name Game*



This week’s Rogue Riddle consists of twenty riddles, each of which
has two answers. It turns out that in English, many words often can be
“misunderstood” as referring to someone. For example:



Q: Who is that moving electric woman, Ford?

A: Is that MILLIE, HENRY? / MILLIHENRY.



Ford, brings up Henry; electromotive force => inductance => henry.



While the general idea is the same in each of the riddles, not all
answers will directly parallel the example given above.



(Relax! The example was a reject – the rest of these are not as
abstruse! ;-) )



With the example in mind, solve the twenty riddles below. As usual,
full credit requires both answers, but getting one answer generally will
provide the other answer quite readily. Five riddles just rely on puns (#5,
#12, #13, #16, #18).



The riddle will run until 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday. As usual, the
first person to solve all the riddles will be declared the winner. If no
one has solved all the riddles by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, the one with
the most correct answers will be declared the winner and will host Rogue
Riddle #811 next week.



Now, on to the riddles.



<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

1. Desi, did you sack Lucy?

2. Did you soak Irving while honing?

3. Were you checking the brother’s mass in the wagon before his first
flight?

4. Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?

5. Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?

6. How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was
distasteful?

7. Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn?

8. Is that person one scheming with the brothers?

9. Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking?

10. Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?

11. Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate?

12. Did you anger Cecil at the intersection?

13. Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?

14. What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?

15. Does that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly,
John?

16. Ella gets along with Ford.

17. Does Charles have de rancor?

18. Did Vladimir ante up?

19. Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?

20. Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>



These riddles are fairly easy and should fall rather quickly, so get
in early!



And it would be great to see more new faces this week, whether or
not you want to host next week’s Rogue Riddle! Please remember to tell me
on your first guesses whether or not you are willing to host.



The purpose here is to have fun, so wade in!



Please remember, do not hit REPLY, but instead address all guesses,
surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and
other such directly to me at:



parkersan2001@... <Parkersan2001@...>



Have fun!


Aloha,

Lars

​=================================


Re: Rogue Riddle #810 - Name Game

Lars Hanson
 

All,

 

    As I head off to bed this evening, it is time recap the day’s standings.  Joseph ahs joined the fray, moving quickly into third place with five clean kills.  Neither Nivi nor Gary have submitted any further guesses.

 

    The current standings are as follows:

 

Stan - 7 correct , plus a partial(37.5%)

1, 2, 7, 9, 17, 18, and 20, plus a partial on 4

 

Gary - 5 correct plus a partial (27.5%)

7, 9, 16, 18 and 20, plus a partial on 1

 

Joseph – 5 correct (25%)

             9,12, 16, 18, and 20

 

Nivi -  1 correct, plus a partial (7.5%)

1, plus a partial on 7

 

    Nine of the riddles -- 1, 2, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 18, and 20 -- have fallen.  Attempts have been made on nine more – 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, and 19.  Only #6 and #8 have not been attempted.

 

Some Hints:

 

    Examples have been provided.  There is no hard-and-fast pattern here, save that the puns are all based upon names.  None of the riddles are as obscure as the example provided in the original posting.

 

    Look carefully at the wording of the set-up.   With the exception of Riddle #1, the wording has been selected specifically to provide necessary clues to both answers.  (Riddle #1 has the necessary information to solve it directly, and has fallen to everyone so far.)

 

Clue Set #1:

 

    While each riddle except #6 involves a name, it appears a bit more information is needed. Here is some additional information:

 

    Riddles with names of people involved (17):  #1 - #4, #7 - #9, and #11 - #20.

    Riddles with only a first name involved (2): #5 and #10

    Riddle with a form of address involved (1):  #6

    Riddles with historical characters (5):  #5, #12, #15, #17, and #19

 

    Letter counts are provided below for the first five riddles:

 

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>  

1.    Desi, did you sack Lucy?
(4, 4 / 8)

2.   Did you soak Irving while honing?

      (3, 5 / 9) 

3.   Were you checking the brother’s mass in the wagon before his first flight?
(8’, 6 / 10)

4.   Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?

(4’, 3 / 7)

5.    Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?

(4, 4 / 8)

6.   How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was distasteful? 

7.   Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn? 

8.   Is that person one scheming with the brothers? 

9.   Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking? 

10.  Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?

11.  Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate? 

12.  Did you anger Cecil at the intersection? 

13.  Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?

14.  What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John?

15.  Does  that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly, John?

16.  Ella gets along with Ford.

17.  Does Charles have de rancor?

18.  Did Vladimir ante up?

19.  Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?

20.   Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 

 

    Please remember, do not hit REPLY, but instead address all guesses, surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and other such directly to me at:

 

parkersan2001@...

 

    Have fun!


    Aloha,

        Lars

​=================================


On Mon, Apr 4, 2016 at 10:00 AM, Lars Hanson <parkersan2001@...> wrote:
All,

 

    Some action overnight.  First out of the Blocks was Nivi, with a clean kill and a partial.  She was followed by Our Learless Feeder, who came in with five kills and  a partial to seize the lead.  Shortly thereafter, Stan came in with six clean kills.

 

    The current standings are as follows:

 

Stan - 6 correct (30%)

1, 2, 9, 17, 18, and 20

 

Gary - 5 correct plus a partial (27.5%)

7, 9, 16, 18 and 20, plus a partial on 1

 

Nivi -  1 correct, plus a partial (7.5%)

1, plus a partial on 7

 

    Eight of the riddles -- 1, 2, 7, 9, 16, 17, 18, and 20 -- have fallen.  Attempts have been made on four more – 3, 10, 11, and 12.

 

Some Hints:

 

    Examples have been provided.  There is no hard-and-fast pattern here, save that the puns are all based upon names.  None of the riddles are as obscure as the example provided in the original posting.

 

    Look carefully at the wording of the set-up.   With the exception of Riddle #1, the wording has been selected specifically to provide necessary clues to both answers.  (Riddle #1 has the necessary information to solve it directly, and has fallen to everyone so far.)


    Aloha,

        Lars

​=================================


On Sun, Apr 3, 2016 at 1:09 PM, Lars Hanson <parkersan2001@...> wrote:
All,

    Herewith this week's Rogue Riddle:

O<>O<>O<>O<>O

Rogue Riddle #810

Name Game

 

    This week’s Rogue Riddle consists of twenty riddles, each of which has two answers.  It turns out that in English, many words often can be “misunderstood” as referring to someone. For example:

 

Q:  Who is that moving electric woman, Ford?

A:  Is that MILLIE, HENRY? / MILLIHENRY.

 

Ford, brings up Henry; electromotive force => inductance => henry.

 

     While the general idea is the same in each of the riddles, not all answers will directly parallel the example given above.

   

    (Relax!  The example was a reject – the rest of these are not as abstruse! ;-)  )

 

    With the example in mind, solve the twenty riddles below.  As usual, full credit requires both answers, but getting one answer generally will provide the other answer quite readily. Five riddles just rely on puns (#5, #12, #13, #16, #18).

 

    The riddle will run until 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday.  As usual, the first person to solve all the riddles will be declared the winner.  If no one has solved all the riddles by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, the one with the most correct answers will be declared the winner and will host Rogue Riddle #811 next week.

 

    Now, on to the riddles.

 

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

1.    Desi, did you sack Lucy? 

2.   Did you soak Irving while honing? 

3.   Were you checking the brother’s mass in the wagon before his first flight?

4.   Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?

5.    Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?

6.   How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was distasteful?

7.   Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn?

8.   Is that person one scheming with the brothers?

9.   Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking?

10.   Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?

11.  Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate?

12.   Did you anger Cecil at the intersection?

13.   Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?

14.  What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John? 

15.  Does  that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly, John?

16.   Ella gets along with Ford.

17.  Does Charles have de rancor?

18.   Did Vladimir ante up?

19.  Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?

20.  Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> 

 

    These riddles are fairly easy and should fall rather quickly, so get in early! 

 

    And it would be great to see more new faces this week, whether or not you want to host next week’s Rogue Riddle!  Please remember to tell me on your first guesses whether or not you are willing to host.

 

    The purpose here is to have fun, so wade in!

 

    Please remember, do not hit REPLY, but instead address all guesses, surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and other such directly to me at:

 

parkersan2001@...

 

    Have fun!


    Aloha,

        Lars

​=================================





Rogue Riddle #810 - Name Game - CORRECTED RIDDLE NUMBER

Lars Hanson
 

All,

 

    Some action overnight.  First out of the Blocks was Nivi, with a clean kill and a partial.  She was followed by Our Learless Feeder, who came in with five kills and  a partial to seize the lead.  Shortly thereafter, Stan came in with six clean kills.

 

    The current standings are as follows:

 

Stan - 6 correct (30%)

1, 2, 9, 17, 18, and 20

 

Gary - 5 correct plus a partial (27.5%)

7, 9, 16, 18 and 20, plus a partial on 1

 

Nivi -  1 correct, plus a partial (7.5%)

1, plus a partial on 7

 

    Eight of the riddles -- 1, 2, 7, 9, 16, 17, 18, and 20 -- have fallen.  Attempts have been made on four more – 3, 10, 11, and 12.

 

Some Hints:

 

    Examples have been provided.  There is no hard-and-fast pattern here, save that the puns are all based upon names.  None of the riddles are as obscure as the example provided in the original posting.

 

    Look carefully at the wording of the set-up.   With the exception of Riddle #1, the wording has been selected specifically to provide necessary clues to both answers.  (Riddle #1 has the necessary information to solve it directly, and has fallen to everyone so far.)


    Aloha,

        Lars

​=================================


On Sun, Apr 3, 2016 at 1:09 PM, Lars Hanson <parkersan2001@...> wrote:
All,

    Herewith this week's Rogue Riddle:

O<>O<>O<>O<>O

Rogue Riddle #810

Name Game

 

    This week’s Rogue Riddle consists of twenty riddles, each of which has two answers.  It turns out that in English, many words often can be “misunderstood” as referring to someone. For example:

 

Q:  Who is that moving electric woman, Ford?

A:  Is that MILLIE, HENRY? / MILLIHENRY.

 

Ford, brings up Henry; electromotive force => inductance => henry.

 

     While the general idea is the same in each of the riddles, not all answers will directly parallel the example given above.

   

    (Relax!  The example was a reject – the rest of these are not as abstruse! ;-)  )

 

    With the example in mind, solve the twenty riddles below.  As usual, full credit requires both answers, but getting one answer generally will provide the other answer quite readily. Five riddles just rely on puns (#5, #12, #13, #16, #18).

 

    The riddle will run until 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday.  As usual, the first person to solve all the riddles will be declared the winner.  If no one has solved all the riddles by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, the one with the most correct answers will be declared the winner and will host Rogue Riddle #811 next week.

 

    Now, on to the riddles.

 

<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>

1.    Desi, did you sack Lucy? 

2.   Did you soak Irving while honing? 

3.   Were you checking the brother’s mass in the wagon before his first flight?

4.   Is that the untruthful golfer into trains?

5.    Did you arrange that herb in lines, Stuart?

6.   How did the safari porter ask if the flower arrangement was distasteful?

7.   Is that one of Donald’s playgirls on the horn?

8.   Is that person one scheming with the brothers?

9.   Is that one of Nolte’s high school-aged children smoking?

10.   Is that her Roman garment in that wagon?

11.  Is that Emily being harsh at the back gate?

12.   Did you anger Cecil at the intersection?

13.   Has that Korean leader bulked up, Clark?

14.  What does cosmetologist Mary scratch, John? 

15.  Does  that Supreme Court Chief Justice usually move carelessly, John?

16.   Ella gets along with Ford.

17.  Does Charles have de rancor?

18.   Did Vladimir ante up?

19.  Was that a medieval song about a grindstone, Edna?

20.  Is that astronaut’s biceps well developed, Neil?

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    These riddles are fairly easy and should fall rather quickly, so get in early! 

 

    And it would be great to see more new faces this week, whether or not you want to host next week’s Rogue Riddle!  Please remember to tell me on your first guesses whether or not you are willing to host.

 

    The purpose here is to have fun, so wade in!

 

    Please remember, do not hit REPLY, but instead address all guesses, surmises, suppositions, estimates, conjectures, SWAG’s, stabs, pokes, and other such directly to me at:

 

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    Have fun!


    Aloha,

        Lars

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