Have your confusions sorted out while I get completely bamboozled by Chinese characters in Chengdu, China.
Get your confusions sorted for this cold, cold Melbourne day of May.
It’s been a long while since DA was published on Star Wars day. In fact, the last time it should have happened in 2012, it didn’t happen in Melbourne because he was moved to Saturday in The Age.
Will May the 4th be with DA this time around?
Come what may, you can deconfusify yourself here.
Keep the fun up with this week’s DA efforts by circumventing all confusion.
Be confused by the lack of cold in April. Don’t be confused by DA.
Get your confusions sorted out for this week’s Friday the 13th special.
Get your confusions sorted out here.
And judging by last week’s comments, some are a little confused about how to get a good version of the crossword from your digital subscription to the Age or the Sydney Morning Herald.
So I made a little video showing my technique.
What the video doesn’t show is what happens after clicking the print button. I usually just save the crossword as a PDF in the pop-up dialog box that comes up in my Chrome browser. Then I have the freedom to fling the crosswords around and print it at my leisure.
Have your confusions sorted out and really do have a Good Friday.
I know: it’s a crazy, mixed-up world with Richmond as reigning premiers.
But make sure your crossword life remain free of confusion right here.
Let there not be confusion this week.
There are three days of crossword fun going on in Melbourne at the NGV starting on Friday. Come on down for some fun. LR will be doing lots of stuff, as well as the champions from the Cruciverbalist and the gurus from the Good Copy.
And if you want to meet your fellow Trippers, come on down tomorrow and have fun solving it together.
I’ll also be solving the day’s DA on stage from about 12:30 PM, as well as a bonus classic from the vaults. Wish me well! Audience participation is encouraged, mostly because I’m going to need the help!
And there was a whole story about the DA Trippers over at The Age promoting the whole cruciverbalist shebang at the NGV.