Mondays are too easy. I mostly enjoyed this grid but the theme seems inherently flawed. Magazine; edge of pages yellowed otherwise very good in lightly creased card covers. Asquith, S.
But a savior has been text and SnapChat. But the only thing that matters is that my streak of finishing the NYT crossword without interruption will end at 345 days.
Magazine; dent to corners of pages; pages yellowed otherwise good in creased card covers. Magazine; abrasion to front cover, otherwise good in lightly creased card covers. I was in a Demolition Derby at one once. Magazine; pages yellowed otherwise good in card covers.
Or send your contribution via snail mail: Good Magazine; abrasion to front cover, otherwise good in lightly creased card covers. The whole "cougar" thing is at least semi-derogatory. Umpire always has the last word, and I won't argue it.
Good Magazine; crease to corners of pages otherwise good in creased card covers. I'd just like to take this opportunity to say I enjoy this blog, do the puzzle every day, and I'm glad it takes me twelve to thirty minutes or more on most days, and an hour on Sunday.
Get to Know Us. Being a liberal in the midst of a bunch of conservatives is not a risk. Hey Roo--your story about the demo derby reminded me of the one and only time our softball team sponsored an entry at a local fair.
I guess? Good Magazine; dent to corners of pages otherwise very good in card covers.
Includes rules and scenarios. RooMonster DarrinV. The car I used had had the seatbelts cut out at one time in its life, so I was getting bounced around pretty good.