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    I see what you did there Mah Jongg Solitaire Champion Maveno's Avatar
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    Re: Crossword Puzzles, Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Punkin View Post
    I love crosswords, the more difficult the better. On Saturdays the SF Chronicle has the Sunday NY Times puzzle and on Sunday it has the LA Times, Premiere Crossword and Merle Reagle puzzles. I get up around 5:30 Sunday mornings to settle in with my puzzles, a cup of coffee and MSNBC. It's my favorite "me" time!

    I prefer words over numbers, so Sudoko has no attraction for me.
    Ha! It's as if I wrote this! Exact same crosswords (Santa Cruz, CA) and I watch the news too!

    I LOVE doing crosswords. Also, I play a lot of scrabble, online and on the board at home. Love learning new words, meanings, etc..

    NO pencils!! lol
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    Re: Crossword Puzzles, Anyone?

    I'll be thinking about you Sunday morning, Maveno!!
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    Re: Crossword Puzzles, Anyone?

    Ditto! Yesterday's NYTimes drove me cRaZy!
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