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Puzzle of the Week Think of a place where you’re often asked to make a couple of choices, one right a
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This or that
By Sandor Weisz • Issue #44 • View online
Puzzle of the Week
Think of a place where you’re often asked to make a couple of choices, one right after another. For both choices, you’re asked to choose between two things, and in both cases you could use the same two words to describe your options. But, in each case, the words take on different meanings. What are they?

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Best actor puns
In Issue #43, I asked folks to write a clue using a well-known actor’s name as a pun in a sentence. Here are my favorites:
We need to keep better track of our toffee candy bar sales. Who’s forgetting to update the _____ _____? (URNGU YRQTRE)
-Justin Storch
When Jim Davis wrote his popular comic strip, he sat down in the afternoon _____ _____. (NAQERJ TNESVRYQ)
-Vermo
When I went to get change for a dollar from the casino’s cashier, she said I could have 4 quarters, 10 dimes, or 100 pennies. Evidently, she was working in a _____ _____. (AVPUBYNF PNTR)
-Todd Etter
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