Some people react positively to puns (like me) and others don`t. Mike Sharp doesn`t know what`s right. Jeff Chen reacts positively, which is normal. Perhaps the problem could arise from other rules that Mr. Shortz established in the Maleska era. Quote and tribute puzzles are rarer (but not completely gone, although the quote step have puzzles). If I was trying to build a puzzle, I guess my first attempts were puns. Not really a cup of tea for all Solvers. I can get upset at the amount of PPP and contemporary slang in the puzzles.
That`s why I`m accusing Shortz. But in general, I repress those who build puzzles that, unfortunately, do not meet the standards of, say, Berry. While he avoided the thematic problem by building puzzles without subject, he was skilled enough to build dirt-free puzzles. And for me, avoiding dirt is the name of the game. Sometimes when I read things that appear on this blog, I wonder if Solver really likes the solution. Of course some do. But sometimes I get the impression that their pleasure does not involve resolution, but their response to the grid entries. Gee, only about 5% of people enjoy classical music and only about 5% of people enjoy jazz (based on what I`ve read), and both genres contain great music. Perhaps we should take advantage of big crossword puzzles of only 5% of solvers. [I didn`t write the previous paragraph because I believe what he seems to be saying. I`m just trying to express strangely how stupid I think some of the arguments I read here.] Created with the approval of Emphati crossword puzzles? Go back to the other crossword puzzles for the New York Times crossword puzzle May 26, 2020.
I remember „You got that straight!” from the Navy era, but that was a long time ago in the last century, so I`m not surprised that some of you were unknown. It only meant „You got that right,” and was sometimes hit a gash by adding „Jack” at the end. It was generally said as a sign of enthusiastic agreement, such as when „I think the executive director is a real Dickhead!” followed by „You just did that, Jack!” The mention of 41D CLEARLY „Needless to say” seems somewhat paradoxical. It is usually followed by everything it was that didn`t have to be said. If it is not necessary to say it, why do it anyway? The reference to 55A WIPE brought out my 14-year-old interior. When I read „Wet-Nap, for one,” I wondered if it was a faster version of a wet dream, a kind of Nooner for you. Today, with the majority, in agreement. It was just peasy, but I liked the subject and the way it was related to the revelator. My favorite classic girl toy should be paper dolls.
I loved cutting out these little outfits with tabs to fit on stand-up figurines. When little Tomboy I was, I also loved Tinker Toys and Legos, which at the time was called „building blocks”. @will Hunt (4:12) If you think the toys in this puzzle were prehistoric, you now know how I feel when I`m faced with clues to video games. SNL has become a show that people love or hate. . That might have something to do with the current White House resident. Kate McKinnon is one of the best actresses they`ve had in years. She can „do” almost anyone, whether male or female, from Hillary Clinton to Jeff Sessions. Bird watching is addictive and I agree with one of the most beautiful ways to relax and escape from a place of rest and beauty.