I saw a display made by Judy N. which asked the question "Which did you prefer, the book or the movie?" To my discredit, I didn't realize that "Life of Pi" was a book until then.I should probably get around to reading it one of these days.
The word "Out" is pretty clear here, but can you tell what's in the word? It is an outline of the African continent. So, the answer to the puzzle is "Out of Africa"
Jenni H from Madison, MAri H from Appleton, and Taylor Z from Darboy, WI were the winners from last week. They correctly figured out that when someone is robbing Bert next to a red Ford, the answer is Robert Redford. The hint that you might hear about him in the news was because he turned 77 on the 18th.
Since I was on vacation, and didn't have an easy way to upload a new puzzle, I ran this one for two weeks. Thinking that some people may wonder why the puzzle wasn't changed, I wanted to let everyone know the I would return with a new one. So I made a puzzle out of the famous movie phrase: "I'll be back."
As the hint on Wednesday said, this is a movie title. The BLACK letters HAWK or going down referring to the 2001 movie "Black Hawk Down" For those who don't know the movie, the details are her
All of the "men" are saying "Hello" from a country except one. That means, of course, he doesn't have a country - a reference to Man Without a Country by Edward Everett Hale.
We had a record number of winners last week. We also had 100% of the entries win. Does that mean no one is entering unless they are sure of the answer or was the answer that obvious? Hopefully as this contest develops asdfasdf
What in the World
Linguistic Illusions to challenge adults and children.