Have your crazy confusions sorted out for this week’s DA. Not sure what you should do with your sane confusions.
Get your confusions sorted out for this week’s pre-election DA.
Which DA would you vote for as your favourite?
And is DA your preferred prime minister?
Get your confusions out now that the cold has settled in through Melbourne.
I bet there’s plenty of confusion about this one: DA was published today, Wednesday the 1st of May. He’s done a swaperoo with DP so that his crossword can coincide with an art gallery event at the Art Gallery of NSW.
The comments have already started at the tail end of last week’s confusion thread.
You can continue the conversation below.
It’s a 40th-birthday DA this Friday. I’ll be in Hong Kong working out how to say anything in Cantonese. Don’t be as confused as me on my 40th birthday: ask a question here to work out what’s going on in DA’s 15×15.
PS: My head is featured on an LR cryptic. Turning 40 is wild.
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Have your confusions sorted out for this week’s fun. Me? I’ll be trying to work out the hiragana from the katakana to the kanji in Tokyo.
Have your confusions sorted out for this week’s DA right here.
Me, I’m back in Athens.
I’m on the Greek island of Hydra, so I expect a Leonard Cohen theme.
Confused? Ask questions here.
Get your confusions sorted out as I’m on my way to Duns, Scotland from Belfast, Ireland.
True trivia: Duns Scotus was a Catholic theologian from the town of Duns. His Catholicism wasn’t so popular in later centuries among the Presbyterian faithful, so his thought was considered stupid, from which we have the word for an idiot, dunce.
Sort out your confusions here while I’m in Athens. Ευτυχώς, όταν όλα είναι Ελληνικά σε μένα, τα καταλαβαίνω. Enjoy the fun and get your confusions sorted.