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WEEKLY WHINE

Do not use it as sunglasses

The holiday travel season is now under way. What does that mean to you? If you can’t afford to travel, nothing. Just go off and close your eyes and imagine that you’re in a faraway paradise like Bora Bora. And if you are in Bora Bora, close your eyes and imagine that you’re in a faraway paradise like Juneau.

But if you can afford to travel, that probably means that you can afford to be delayed in a terminal that looks a lot like the terminal in your previous airport. For you folks, below you can find a brand new set of Super Happy Assortment of GoobNet Activities Designed Exclusively for Lagged Individuals and Companions. Print them out and participate in them when they announce that your aircraft is unusable because they served too many of those tiny alcohol bottles on its previous flight.

SPEE-RD SEARCH

Find the hidden words in this box. Remember that they could be horizontal, vertical, sideways, backward, or diagonal.

A

Clues

  1. Indefinite article
  2. I would like _ cookie
  3. “You’re watching _BC”
  4. B’s predecessor
  5. Winkler exclamation
  6. “If I only had _ brain”
  7. James _ Michener
  8. Said upon meeting Godzilla: “_aaaaa!”

WHAT’S SIMILAR?

Determine the common thread that the sentences below share.

  • I’m going to Washington to serve the people of this country.
  • Well, I’m not a member of the permanent political establishment.
  • I told the Congress, “Thanks, but no thanks” on that bridge to nowhere.
  • Hey, can I call you Joe?
  • I’m not one to attribute every activity of man to the changes in the climate.
  • Your plan is a white flag of surrender in Iraq.
  • I think we need a little bit of reality from Wasilla Main Street there brought to Washington DC.
  • Dollars go to projects that have little or nothing to do with the public good, things like fruit fly research in Paris, France, I kid you not.

THE QUESTIONS

1. In which of these biological classifications are frogs found?

  1. Kingdom Plantae
  2. Phylum Rotifera
  3. Class Reptilia
  4. Order Caudata

2. In which of these biological classifications are shrimp found?

  1. Superphylum Deuterostomia
  2. Class Eurypterida
  3. Subclass Copepoda
  4. Family Polychelidae

3. In which of these biological classifications are the European peacock butterfly found?

  1. Phylum Arthropoda
  2. Infraclass Neoptera
  3. Superfamily Papilionoidea
  4. Genus Inachis

4. In which of these biological classifications are the common hair moss found?

  1. Division Pteridophyta
  2. Subclass Tetraphidae
  3. Family Buxbaumiaceae
  4. Genus Dawsonia

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ANSWERS

Spee-Rd Search

A

What’s Similar?

All sentences contain one capital I.

The Questions

1. No

2. No

3. Yes

4. No

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