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 Captain is in the shape of an O and there's also a hint in the word My: Abraham Lincoln's picture. This, of course, refers to the poem written by Walt Whitman in 1865 called "O Captain, my Captain."
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"
Two different kinds of mice make up the word Men, which, of course, refers to the classic novel "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck.
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
Hopefully you could see that the words "Sweet Dreams" were filled with the word "This" repeatedly. Once you caught that, then the only thing left was to figure out what it meant. This time it was a song title - "Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This" by the Eurythmics.
Words within words are pretty easy to come up with, so keep looking for the hidden words. Sort of like "Hidden in plain si
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.
Since there was only one winner last week, I have to wonder if I made this too hard. So, the thought process goes like this. There's a list of All the Presidents along with the international symbol for MEN. Put them together and you have All the Presidents Men the title of the book by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward
So how come there was only one winner last week?
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