But it is a thing in English, too!). There are many, many people mentioned in puzzles who have opinions, or rants, that I don't agree with. Sure she's loathesome, but also current, and isn't that what OFL wants to see more of? * can't speak her name, damn autocorrect! To believe that her presence in the puzzle "legitimizes" her isn't logical nor germane. That's just the short list of here accomplishments.Now if you want to talk about satirists, lets talk about the darlings of the left. It goes like this: your Facebook political rant changed my mindsaid no one, ever.Let's stick to solving puzzles!Cheers. Obama's real legacy is the spawn of all these sniveling snowflakes who wake up each day and look for ways to be offended. Good to see "Rex" continues to do his bit to ensure the Democrats become a party of irrelevance with his ongoing demonization of anything Republican. Couldn't have said it better myself. And as someone whose Swiss ancestors were held up in Liverpool, waiting for their transport to the US to take them away from famine and death (1860 or so), for three months because of rampant illness on board, I felt a pang as YELLOWFLAG took shape. If you lean right, even very hard right, there are much, much better spokespeople for your cause than her.Having said that, I feel again that she's a well-known public figure, and so I have no real beef with her appearance in the puzzle. Some writeovers as the ole brain decided to wake up. This was the Lay's Potato Chips of Sunday crosswords. It. The morons who put an illiterate crazy con man in the White House will continuously try to silence those of us who see through his crap. (I only say that to the most grammar-literate of studentsusually Catholic school kids who've studied Latin. The jovial, backslapping, bon viveur Gaullist president has, after all, spent the past four years of his seven-year term hobbled by an unhappy cohabitation with Mr Jospin's Socialist-led government that has prevented him from doing anything at all of note. I don't believe so, as long as you don't 'normalize' them with anything other than a neutral clue, as in today's puzzle. That's the difference between you and @Evil. The system can solve single or multiple word clues and can deal with many plurals. ), you haven't been listening or reading very carefully.Finally, what is up with your constant references to "snowflakes"? I'm not particularly sociable and have still found occasion to email or reply to many. Darned spell checker! Hi Happy. I'm none too happy about how the election went either. I seldom comment, but don't mean to imply I am any better for it, or for making this observation. Thanks for all the work you put into this blog, Michael. With crossword-solver.io you will find 8 solutions. Soup Nazi is a joke. If I want to counter their ideas, I need to know what they are. >>> Thierry Henry has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association for his tantrum at the end of Arsenal's 3-1 home defeat at the hands of Newcastle. Haters like me really are gonna hate, it seems. he put ANNCOULTER near FIGWASP and that was funny.

It was nice to find that CIDER at the top. I had PAiutE before PAWNEE, dahLiA before AZALEA, my DIAMOND sporter was lIl before JIM, and I gave Ms. COULTER's first name an e before I realized it wouldn't fit. IMHO See mini rant. Ayn Rand comes to mind. You can disregard my obnoxious comment at 6:05am. @Evil Doug - What Rex said was, "gratuitously shoving neo-Nazis and neo-Nazi sympathizers into the puzzle at every opportunity." that sponsored the design competition for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Elba who played Macavity in 2019's "Cats", World No. Members of Amicus, the engineering union, will vote next week on whether to join the rail strike against South West Trains. @'Mericans, also have to thank you for the New Yorker link. I did today until I got to the inevitable personal attack. @Anon 12:27's comment took me by surprise -- I had to go back and look at the constructor's name -- and then I chuckled. NYTMiniCrossword.com is not affiliated with application developers, we only help players solve games. @LMS. I even paused it halfway through and split my solve over two days -- because I didn't want it to be over.My favorite theme answers: RELATIVE CLAUSES and SENTENCE STRUCTURE.I was typically disgusted but not surprised that @Rex hated it. It is the only place you need if you stuck with difficult level in NYT Crossword game. It would be the insane thing to do. What did that have to do with the puzzle? We use historic puzzles to find the best matches for your question. IN BAD TASTE. FUTURE PERFECT and SENTENCE STRUCTURE elicited the loudest laughs. All Rights Reserved.Crossword Clue Solver is operated and owned by Ash Young at Evoluted Web Design.

Can we all express our opinions without endless ad hominem attacks on the other side of the table, please. Well we loved the puzz. Required fields are marked *. (That is, one person's freedom fighter is another one's terrorist, and choosing one label over the other can never be neutral). We hate her in my home and can bring ourselves to say her name or even watch.

Grow up and ignore her. I knew Sra. The Redstone missile was an advanced V-2 and when the Navy had failures on the launch pad they came to Werner. @Martin Abresch Regarding Ann ****ing Whatchacallit: "Just don't look" - Perfect. My crossword time is a rare pleasure in my busy day as a nurse, and that used to include your puzzle insights and humor. I hope that day never comes.Hey @Spacey, you neglected to say that Adam Hadwin is a Canadian (puffs chest out with pride), born in my home province of Saskatchewan (more puffing).Really nice Sunday. Let the healing begin. They'd get so frustrated they'd be reduced to tears in no time. 32 were built and 12 were lost to accidents. Yes, Nancy. Diana, Lady-in-Waiting for Crosswords. However, I think the Ann Coulter clue is reasonable, and does not try to twist her in to something she isn't or to obscure what she has actually done. @Happy Pencil, I feel sure @Grammar Nazi was a she. It was definitely a shock when I saw it. And it did.Von Braun was a great American. Significant? The puzzle was pure joy. with the obvious exception of the craze inducing answer of A/C, this struck me as a fuddy-duddy offering. He's a self-professed ass. Yes, Ann Coulter went to Cornell.

I loved Trump's one liner when he made his victory appreciation speech in that state. What does bother me is personal attacks on other commenters. Crossword Clue, Grandparent's Urging At The Table Crossword Clue, Weapon That Delivers A Shock Crossword Clue, 99 Ranch And Forever 21, For Two Crossword Clue, What You Cross When Traveling From Eastern To Western Kansas City Crossword Clue, Modern Convenience At Many Movie Theaters Crossword Clue, Unlimited Wine For Chap In Cologne? Don't know if it's on the Net, but is in the Magazine. Do a little research on Werner Von Braun. The Crossword Solver is designed to help users to find the missing answers to their crossword puzzles. She's a famous person, like her or not, eligible to be an answer in the times crossword. I guess it's to be expected from the brainy bunch who do crosswords, but boy, if we removed all comment verbiage posted only to show how clever or cute or better politically or historically informed one is, the comments section would be so much shorter and quicker to read. How about a "Man vs Wild" episode where Sharp is airdropped into rural Pennsylvania among the "deplorables", with only his cunning and snark as tools of survival. I could ahve done without RST, REC as clued, and I've only ever hear "of a SORT," but maybe those are the price of the fun theme.I'm very worried about what President Trump will do to America and will be joining the protest march Saturday; but I don't want my puzzles reduced to things I like. When was she on more than one night a week? Late today, it must be past comment CURFEW. SENTENCE STRUCTURE, OBJECTIVECASE, RELATIVECLAUSES (my favorite) - lord lovea duck that was fun. The less she is portrayed as anything other, in any forum or context, the better. Here are 7 Tips to Help you! I'm pretty sure you're capable of it. * The Kandahar director answers his critics. Thank you for visiting our website! *Wickliff: English religious reformer John Wycliffe (mid-1320s-1384), a critic of the Catholic Church. Thank you, anti-glutenists. Your personality, not your politics). Here you can add your solution.. One in a tantrum's a sad subject for a painting. For many critics in the West, the best film of 2001 was Kandahar, Mohsen Makhmalbaf's heartfelt yet unsentimental study of female oppression under the Taliban regime.

All intellectual property, trademarks and copyrighted materials are the property of their respective developers. They have a lot of ideas on how to spend itits always more money on education, more money on child care, more money on day care." He calls her "disgusting" and notes that Shortz is choosing to include new-nazis (BTW - not a term that applies to DeVos as far as I know, however much otherwise I find her contemptible). If you can't do that, then don't either.BTW, the fear of emailing someone is nuts. I feel a bit "Hera-Brained" today. You decide.When you see 176 posts before yours, you know a bumpy ride is coming.I'm with the free speech crowd. This week the waters were muddied still further. I appreciated the extra effort in the clues for POLO (58D) "Source for 'Book of the Marvels of the World', circa 1300", and OCEAN (61D) "'That deep, blue, bottomless soul', per Melville". (See above re. Want to Solve Crossword Puzzles? Nice try. Because so far there's been a lot of schoolyard taunts and not much else. Took me far too long to finish this race. There is a chance you are eligible to get a Apple iPhone 7.

I took too long to solve because, in part, I was not entertained as I made my way through it. If I thought about it probably hundreds, possibly thousands. That's a mag, right? crossword clue which was last seen in New York Times, on November 08, 2020. Every day the Guardian's foreign correspondents file exclusive reports for Guardian Unlimited. His name should appear as Joel Homosexualliano. The off-screen tale of how David Belfield became Hassan Tantai is a story possibly more fascinating than the film itself. Wouldn't it be fun if @Doris was lurking and could confirm or deny the accusation or accolade, depending on one's point of view? Now, however, it transpires that one of the film's stars appears 95% likely to be an American fugitive wanted for an assassination in the name of the Ayatollah's regime some two decades ago. I thought I was losing my mind when I saw the timer.

For clarity - not endorsing AR here, just her puzzle-worthiness. I'm the real jerk face. "Oops, wrong DVD! @Hartley- I sure don't miss "her." According to France's five leading polling agencies, Mr Chirac will triumph in May's second round runoff - almost certain to pit him against the present prime minister, Lionel Jospin - with a score ranging from 51% - 54% of the vote. As far as whining here about the miserable state of American politics, get out and do something about it! I found myself shaking my head and smiling as one by one, the answers bloomed and my beautiful grid slowly filled from top to bottom. Twenty-seven thousand people were injured by rodents in the US last year, while coyotes, beavers, Canada geese and blackbirds contributed to millions of dollars of damage and costs, according to a new study of dangerous American wildlife commissioned by Congress. And it should. Couldn't help but notice that her presence is paired symmetrically with IN BAD TASTE. It is worth asking why this is. So I appreciated it even more. True, Kandahar's makers were no fans of the Taliban. The last figures I saw were in the mid fifties. You don't have to include your main one, but heyif you're going to take issue personally, like many here have suddenly taken to doing, then it seems appropriate (and internet correct) to either not say anything or take it up personally. Do not give this person the attention desired. I always enjoy your work. For Emily at 10:44AM-The first lines from Wikipedia- "Isiah Lord Thomas III (born April 30, 1961) is an American retired basketball player who played professionally for the Detroit Pistons in the National Basketball Association (NBA). I do recall that you surmised that Doris might be GN, first. Want to know where RANT has appeared as a solution before? Like celebrities, I look to you only for entertainment and wit, as I am perfectly capable of forming political opinions on my own.Also, go easy on the Nazi references. But, in this case, aren't you taking credit for my considerable sleuthing abilities? (6,8), Find the rest of today's cryptic crossword, and the ability to cheat, here. Okay, you college professor types who have nothing to do but wait for the puzzle to be posted and then brag about how you solved it so quickly to make us deplorables feel inadequate:Get. So when our benefactors come under attack as patriarchs and oppressors, I realize, someone has to put in a kind word for the oppressors. It just seems right that someone should occasionally make it. get to fly the T-38.For you 666 fans: I read that there was a Finnair flight 666 on Friday the 13th bound for Helsinki - - airport code HEL. PBS Frontline - "Divided States of America". I'm not surprised that so many people had trouble with OBJECTIVE CASE, given the prevalence of expressions like "between you and I" these days. Anyway Ann Coulter has already been mention as no more a Nazi than Marie Antoinette. EN (Enrolled Nurse); SEN (State Enrolled Nurse obsolescent); SRN (State Registered Nurse obsolescent); UR (an ancient Sumerian city, formerly on the Euphrates in what is now southern Iraq), bridge opponents: EN, ES, NE, NW, SE, SW, WN or WS (combinations of east, north, south and west), bridge partners: EW, NS, SN, WE (combinations of east, north, south and west), BASH; CON (Conservative); DO; LAB (Labour); LIB (Liberal); RAVE, UN (United Nations) or UNO (United Nations Organization), CERN (Conseil Europen pour la Recherche Nuclaire (French), European Organization for Nuclear Research); NPL (National Physical Laboratory), DJ (Disk Jockey); MC (Master of Ceremonies), ANNE; CAT (female cat); HM (Her Majesty); see also Elizabeth Queen, Victoria Queen and Victoria Queen and Empress, EP (extended play record); LP (long play record), AB (Able-Bodied seaman); OS (Ordinary Seaman); PO (Petty Officer); SALT; TAR, RS (Royal Society, a body of eminent scientists), RAF (Royal Air Force); RN (Royal Navy); TREE (a Eurasian tree), EWE; LAMB; RAM; TEG/TEGG (in second year); TUP (ram). Dog Fashion Get Exciting Fashion Stuff for Your DogsIf youre like several dog lovers out there, then youd probably want to shower all your love to your dogs. Some regular posters here find it virtually impossible to refrain from making a snarky comment whenever the slightest opportunity presents itself, especially if they can tie it to the puzzle! LMAO!Plus, that answer provides rich soil for one of @BS's crops. It is a much better way to act in an increasingly less civilized society.I detest what Ann Coulter advocates but the uncivilized manner in which she advocates it is what is bothersome to me. No problems once I 1) changed OUI to ICI at 115D and 2) changed FLINT Mo to FLINT MI, which I did this morning. I was very much offended by the Betsy DeVos clue because it was indeed normalizing in a politically naive and disingenuous way. Write back all day. I enjoyed just about every line. Normally, I hate anonymous postings and I hate snark. I think the term pundit is a more apropos appellation. And even if she was, so what ? Also learned something new: about the YELLOWFLAG. A new study suggests they may be disappointed * Richard Eyres relives the making of his new film, Iris. If you believe the opinion polls, Jacques Chirac is even now cruising towards a second term at the Elysee palace. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. It certainly was timeless, since it could have appeared in the 1930's when A/C could have moved to her political homeland, and I know it had great appeal to those who prefer puzzles that are frozen in time. Oops, "reveals" not "reversals." It's refreshing to see that Rex and his puppets are being challenged for their intolerance and hypocrisy, and won't be "normalized". Amicus's leader, Sir Keith Jackson, attacked the RMT last week for "treating people like cattle" in calling "unnecessary" strikes. Yes, I said morons. Good comment, @Gunsel. We shouldn't normalize them. in history from Cornell University. No longer.Will always take this kind of puz rather than multi-letters per square. Ann Coulter is an offensive, obnoxious right wing pundit, but she is not Josef Goebbels. The nightmare is finally over. OHYEAH? This week's competitions on the Guardian Unlimited network. Talk about cutting off your nose in spite, eh?The Nazis also killed about 10 million Russians. I think it IS the bigger thing to do.And I'm not sure what the evil love is here. Or have a salad decorated with nasturtium blossoms? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5V7me25aNtI. She's such fun! @Mohair Sam:Very well said Sam! As far as I'm concerned, both Colbert and Stewart are unctuous weasels. He and Coulter are cut from the same cloth. Love her or hate her ANN COULTER is newsworthy and therefore crossword worthy. After UPT, aircraft is assigned. INDEFINITE ARTICLE (31A: Piece still under consideration for a magazine? I ROFL at SENTENCESTRUCTURE! Fuddy-Duddy is exactly what came to mind as I cruised along without much difficulty or excitement through the grammatical themers. I thought this one had a nice balance between theme & fill---not too much of the former and plenty of open space for the latter---and that kept me around long enough to completed the whole thing. Normally you could safely assume that none of these wild offerings would even be considered by the conservative voters at the Academy. Your email address will not be published. (Although if it were the completely disingenuous propaganda spinmeister, Kellyann Conway, even I might have a problem.). Anyway, I wish I could post my usual Facebook meme when in this situation. Today, Jon Henley in Paris writes that the French can forgive sleaze as long as their presidents are "good blokes". I agree that throwing the Nazi thing around can be insensitive but we often do it anyway. She's gotten rich tweaking you snowflakes. "Political divisions deepen during President Barack Obama's presidency as promises of change and unity collide with racial and political realities."

Pretty unbelievable. Crossword Clue Solver - The Crossword Solver, One lacking attacked this rich old member of family responsible for 1,4, allegedly, When Open University let slip how old we are inspired frenzy, feel intense anger; "Rage against the dying of the light! I won't anymore. So I solved bottom up.For like, eons, our highway construction spec book was written in the PASSIVEVOICE. [Just as a side note, Canada had Tim Buck too.] Who let in all the pigeons? No one ever said Mr. Obama wasn't liked as a person. The Trump hair comment apparently refers to "The Omen" where the Damien character is the Anti-Christ and has a 666 birthmark obscured in his hairline. All you just did was confirm for me what I already thought. Maybe he wants the NYTX to be the puzzle of the PC liberals only. So before I read y'all, here's my initial take.INDEFINITE ARTICLE was my second entry and I was off to the races. There is no one. Axel ___, protagonist of "Beverly Hills Cop", Residence that might be named for a donor, Sighting aptly found in "Are you for real?". I just had a great time. Do you need free Twitter Re-tweets?Did you know you can get these ON AUTO-PILOT & TOTALLY FREE by registering on Like 4 Like? Try to find some letters, so you can find your solution more easily.

Please cite the latest source where Mr. Obama's approval record is 83%. The OBJECTIVE CASE exists in English for most pronouns, as the complement of "Nominative/Subjective" case, e.g. I think it IS the bigger thing to do. That's not clever or cutting; it's just childish. Evil is boarding A T38 trainer in his icon photo. "I think the government should be spying on all Arabs, engaging in torture as a televised spectator sport, dropping daisy cutters wantonly throughout the Middle East and sending liberals to Guantanamo." ), OBJECTIVE CASE (113A: The Prada that one really wants? I love how people complain when us "Frumps" badmouth the insertion of obscure rap and "Harry Potter" and "Star Wars" and pop-TV dreck into the NYT puzzle.

""Ethnic profiling is the only reasonable security measure that has been thwarted in the war on terrorism."