Why not enjoy a cryptic (and a poetric set by Jorge Luis Borges!) over lunch?
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The cryptic is somewhat harder than an LR and somewhat easier than a DA — I think that’s called the sweet spot.
An abiding obsession of each of the founders of the DA Trippers is the funk.
And yet again, the funk delivers, this time with a crossword anthem. Sly Stone, we thank you.
You fine DA Trippers might be interested in The Cruciverbalist.
Looks like fun… I find it odd that newspapers are still the primary vehicle for the cryptic… could the Cruciverbalist mag be the future?
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As posted earlier, there’ll be no DA published this week, so why not this excellent themer from around Christmas 2011?
No DA for Christmas this year. And there was no LR on Monday.
All in all, a terrible week for cunning cruciverbalists, but hey, it’s Christmas. What’s to complain about, really?
Oh, and SMH peeps: I’m informed there will be a giant-sized cryptic-rich holiday crossword coming your way on the weekend as compensation for the lack of Friday fun.