Day 1516: World of Puzzles

It’s a world of puzzles, isn’t it?

Here’s the first photo I took yesterday in my world of puzzles.

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My world includes these puzzles:

  • Why and how did I come down with a sore throat during the warmest February day I can ever remember?
  • What world issues inspired this tweet, yesterday?

What’s more important? Global warming or my enjoying a 60-degree February day in Boston?

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Your strength is your own knowledge and did you have the strong knowledge that I would include some music from the world of YouTube in this puzzling post?

What puzzles are in your world, today?

Thanks to all who helped me create this world of puzzles post and to you — of course! — no matter how puzzled you are, here and now.

 

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32 thoughts on “Day 1516: World of Puzzles

  1. Is that a working, Steampunk clock?…..very cool.

  2. Three cheers for your pictured puzzles wrapped inside of an enigma, Ann. You never know where a Coca-Cola bottle cap will show up, I guess.

  3. A puzzled greeting to you from Spain, Ann πŸ™‚

  4. Our national political scene…always a puzzle ! Very cool shout out from the New Yorker.

  5. “I’ve put in so many enigmas and puzzles that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant, and that’s the only way of insuring one’s immortality.”- James Joyce

  6. How does The New Yorker mention Aaron’s YouTube video without giving him credit or using the word “mondegreen”? Chances to use that word don’t come along often and should be seized when they do.
    Even more puzzling is the origin of the word “puzzle” which the OED simply says is “Of unknown origin”.

  7. Sorry you are not well. I’m surprised there are no finger marks on the do not touch message

  8. Congrats on your son’s video getting a shout out from the New Yorker! Wow!

    Sorry your throat is sore.

    glad it’s Friday — you can rest tomorrow.

    And, I too would want to touch that do not touch message — soooo tempting! πŸ™‚

  9. Hope your throat feels better soon? Maybe it is just sore from all that well-deserved kvelling? πŸ™‚

  10. I woke up with a sore throat too. Mine is better. I hope your sore throat gets better too.

  11. How crazy! My post today was scheduled for publication three days ago, and it is also about puzzles!

  12. I hope you decided to enjoy the 60-degree day, climate change or not! We got overheated shopping in an outdoor mall in Estero, FL today. But then this is de rigeur😏.

  13. “Anticoagulant Management Services” is a bit of an intimidating sign!

  14. despite your fame
    i’m not puzzled
    by your empathy
    & humility πŸ™‚

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