Meister Members Crossword puzzle

cynthial

Boo
Joined
Oct 9, 2006
Location
Albuquerque
I have had the damnest time trying to prep this for uploading. Hopefully it will show up clearly enough for all the puzzle lovers to give it a go. If you want a PDF version to print just PM me your email address. Then you could print it at home and put pencil to paper. Oh, and the answers are on page 3 which is NOT shown below. :)

Thanks to Louise for all her help. ;)

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Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
Cyn, that is so frigging awesome!!! A little hard to read, the numbers anyway. I may have to install Acrobat just so I can get a copy of it. Or maybe I'll have you send it to me, and I'll go to my ex's and print out a copy there.

I'm laughing my ass off reading some of them already. :thumbsup:
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
I have to read it again, once I eat, lol. I'm not entirely sure which one I am, two possibilities. I want to know which ones are Bryan and Muppet Man.
 

Mousey

Ueber Meister Mouse
Joined
Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
Oh, this is so cool Cyn! PM on its way... I want the PDF :D
 

lojo

Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht
Joined
Jan 18, 2007
Location
USA
That is awesome Cyn. I knew almost every one of them at first glance, except the Milton, Chadwick, and Waters thing.. erhemmm if I may be so vane.
 

lojo

Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht
Joined
Jan 18, 2007
Location
USA
Did you find yourself.:p

Also still working on a larger one but the PDFs are flying off the shelves. Order yours today!


Is the file under 1 meg? If so you could attach it to a post.

For the record, erhemmm, to the best of my knowledge I am not now nor have I ever been associated, affiliated with or employed.

Your witness :D

Gonzo, gonzo wake up!!!
 
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Simmo!

Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
Joined
May 29, 2004
Location
England
send me the PDF (webmaster oggs.com) and I'll try to make the images clearer in Post 1.

Edit: There you go - hopefully clearer.
 

cynthial

Boo
Joined
Oct 9, 2006
Location
Albuquerque
I want to send a big THANKS to our Diplomat and the Doll for helping to clear up this image. And then of course there is Miss Thang. What can I do for you guys? Oh, wait, I have time, I will come up with something.:D

(You may not like it but I will come up with something. :))
 

Swede

Hell is only a word
PABaccred
PABnonaccred
Joined
May 1, 2006
Location
Anaon
This is great stuff! :notworthy Very creative indeed!

Thanks T & L.
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
And then of course there is Miss Thang.

Well, that answers one question for me, lol. :D

This is great stuff! :notworthy Very creative indeed!

Thanks T & L.

Kudos go all to Thelma Swede. This was her gig, her creativity and her warped mind, lol. I only came in after the fact when it came time to beg and grovel for assistance in posting it...ha ha ha. Ain't she something though? That's my partner in crime. :thumbsup:
 

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
thelma swede, I knew her... in the biblical sense

Smartass. I knew it didn't sound right when I typed it. :p
 

Simmo!

Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
Joined
May 29, 2004
Location
England
I know this is strictly "wild cards" but so much time and effort appears to have gone into this I think it deserves more exposure for a while, so I've moved it to the OC forum :D
 

satchmo

Dormant account
Joined
May 22, 2007
Location
https://www.allbingo.net/
Im having a hard trouble with this my name dosent fit into eiter number 33 or 43

But anyway send it to me.


Writing is easy. You only need to stare at a piece of blank paper until your forehead starts to bleed. This is the reason why im not a blood donor.

It is known that there are an infinte number of planets in the universe, simply because there is an infinite amount of space in the universe for them to be in. However, not every plent is inhabited. If you take all the the unhibited planets in the universe, and divide them by the inhabited planets in the universe. Then we can prove for a fact that the average population living in the univese is zero.
So if you meet someone, at any certain time and place, they must be a imagination from you deranged mind.

Satchmo the man the myth the working class hero
 

cynthial

Boo
Joined
Oct 9, 2006
Location
Albuquerque
Hello all,

Grandmaster has found a booboo with the puzzle. :oops: I left the second T off of SLOTSTER. Sorry bout that buddy! It must be the fault of my shiftless fact checker Louise. You can't get good help. :D Work around it please as it does not "connect" to another clue. If you find any more errors please post them.

And yes, I am working on a slightly more difficult one after sifting thru some old posts, etc. With consent from Bryan I will procede with one for next month. :thumbsup:

Cheers all
 

happygobrokey

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 24, 2006
Location
canada
i must be 12 down since HAPPYGOBROKEY = 13 letters and that is the only answer of that length i could find. i'm flattered you think so highly of me. and double flattered i even made the crossword. i couldn't really make out the numbers so i didn't try to solve it. i used to own at doing these crosswords as review for school subjects back in grade school. everyone came to me to get the toughest words. off now for a shave and haircut, the $0 self-service version. i just shave my head so it's not like there's any skill involved, apart from making sure to get those little buggers at the back of the neck that seem to face the wrong way and never get cut...

i don't wanna jinx it before i even start, not after an earcut innit! later yall, speaking of yall, did yall see dr phil recently he painted this skinhead racist black and sent him to the hood and the hills, and forced him to have tea with black ladies from three generations. once he spent time interacting with and experiencing black people, he saw how dumb his racist views were. that's the key, getting to know. no matter what someone's colour, occupation, religion, upbringing, sexual orientation, style of dress, this has little if anything to do with the person as a person. i might chuckle inwardly when a black family came into kfc where i used to work, but i'm sure if i got to know them i would see they like many other things as well and better.

and as for watermelon, it should be offered at kfc since they do sell "picnic meals", and in relation to black people, watermelons are a cultural thing. in africa they are hollowed and used as canteens, and of course the insides make a refreshing meal prior to embarking on the hunt for which the melon canteen is to be used. in an area like georgia where a certain crop is abundant, undoubtedly there is an overemphasis on using that crop. probably africans can be credited for the vodkamelon adaptation as well, by letting the melons ferment or by adding alcohol (as in the modern preparation) purchased from european colonial settlers. i find cultural differences very intriguing, particularly language. for instance when mike031 and mikepipe, native germans, write posts in english and misuse the occasional preposition or whatever. with my knowledge of german i understand why they say something like "i hear nothing to this" and it's neat. and today in the convenience store (again chuckling inwardly) the asian man at the counter sees me paying quarters and dimes (can't go to the bank i am waiting for cheques to clear) and tells me "next time, we take change but it has to be only low, store lule". i laughed at first, he said "no lilly" and wondered what he meant by has to be low. i was going to ask how low, but just smiled and said okay. when i got home i realised he was saying they had to be "only in rolls".

i find stereotypes very interesting, and the view different cultures take of "outworlders". one such instance is in rocky iv when the russian comes over to america and they call him "comrade" mockingly and put on a big show pimping america, and how they accuse the ussr of doping all their athletes (this turned out to be true in the movie, depicted in the training montage). and the movie itself depicts a soviet atrocity (killing creed in the exhibition match, or communism in real life) and america's will to rise above (rocky goes the distance and overcomes the soviet machine). another situation is evidenced in F&F tokyo drift, the japanese word geijin, applied to foreigners that have recently emigrated to japan. that vertical garage in the apartment building is slick. how common are those in the more densely populated areas? here in canada we have tons of room for big asphalt slabs to store our horseless buggies. lil bow wow is still teh lamez0rr though!!eleven!one!! and i think in canada we are very relaxed about racism because we have a long history of accepting refugees and immigrants. one thing i really like that i am hearing more often is referring to a person not by race but nationality. this comes a lot from people in south/central asia wanting to differentiate themselves from their neighbouring rivals. indians and pakistanis want to be clear which they are, and likewise with the various middle eastern nations wanting to be more than just random arabs. it was funny, this one indian girl i worked with, asked if my girlfriend was canadian, and i thought well of course, how am i going to date someone in another country, but of course she meant does she have roots here (and thus is she WASP basically).

anyhow, i digress. maybe i'm a touch upset that a member gave me negative rep points about a post i made that was mildly racist, but in a light-hearted sense and also claiming within the same post how i feel about racism, and of course this was in the wild cards section. and the comment added to the rep minus was "just not funny". surely that's a slight abuse of rep points. a thank for a good joke is obviously cool, but knocking someone because of your opinion of their joke? the member is well established here, so i don't dispute it, but i just think it's a bit harsh to take considering i meant no ill intent with my words. i didn't even drop the n- or c-bomb!

back on point, thanks for including me in the crossword, and i do like to ponder many random and trivial subjects, and take in knowledge on various topics. one day i think i should try out for jeopardy. it's just those american-oriented questions that will get me, things you guys learn in grade school. i saw a kid like 5 years old on dave letterman or something who could name any of the presidents by seeing their picture and tell you which president they were ordinally (1st, 40th, not their terms of office though). anyone before kennedy would stump me except the easy ones like lincoln. even washington and jefferson all have those wigs and look the same. i digress again. that's all for now, good day. off to barber and hopefully not butcher meself. cheers
 
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