The Sheik of the burning sand

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Ahab?

50 down. Am I correct?
huh? huh? If so Its the only one I got :shock:
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I got Reol for one of 'em. I'll print it off tomorrow and do it at work.
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I'd like to think I know the "Auto___s! Transform!" one, but I never was very good at crosswords.
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If the letter D had been seered out of your brain, how would you tell people that the letter D had been seered out of your brain? HUH?

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By logging in as a guest?
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Jesster wrote:By logging in as a guest?
BEST. POST. EVER.

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But I am a guest.

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Anonymous wrote:But I am a guest.
Then take your legs off the furniture.

Hmmm, who is this masked man/woman? Reveal your secrets!
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Wow, this thread blew my mind untill I saw the crossword thing, and now it all makes sence. I suck at crosswords, so I'm not even going to bother.
When I said lets get a cold one, I wasn't talking about eskimo hookers.

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Post by we_are_138 »

"Hundreds of dead infants are found floating in the waters near Japan"
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TOKYO - Fishermen apparently "Love the taste" of these slightly decomposed carcases that have been stewing in the Nackle water just over 24 hours. "At first I thought all my wishes had been answerd" said Huang Zuniga a fisherman of the coast of Japan "but upon closer inspection I saw that they were infact Infants and not cheetos... I cried a little, 'why dont I ever get cheetos' I asked Myself" A question that will go unanswerd.. for now.
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I'm just three letters away from finishing the puzzle. 22 and 34 across have me stumped.
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Edminster wrote:I'm just three letters away from finishing the puzzle.
I'm only about halfway through, but I'll dedicate some more time to it tomorrow.

And incidentally... I tried fitting "Google" into the answer for 23 down. It didn't fit. I officially request a refund.
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GreenCrayon wrote: Then take your legs off the furniture.

Hmmm, who is this masked man/woman? Reveal your secrets!
Fine, fine. It's me. There, happy now?

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we_are_138 wrote:"Hundreds of dead infants are found floating in the waters near Japan"
Image Updated: 3:20 p.m. ET Jan. 24, 2006
TOKYO - Fishermen apparently "Love the taste" of these slightly decomposed carcases that have been stewing in the Nackle water just over 24 hours. "At first I thought all my wishes had been answerd" said Huang Zuniga a fisherman of the coast of Japan "but upon closer inspection I saw that they were infact Infants and not cheetos... I cried a little, 'why dont I ever get cheetos' I asked Myself" A question that will go unanswerd.. for now.
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Random and insightful! Thank you we_are_138. And now to Paul with the weather!

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omnihilo wrote:Fine, fine. It's me. There, happy now?
No. No, not at all.

For your answer has merely opened up further questions. All I know of you is that you aren't limited to one iteration of a town in Hawaii, and as this was extrapolated from your name it's not concrete evidence. Besides, it doesn't tell me who you are. Or what you are. Or what colour your insides/undergarments are. Or why you didn't post in that ubiquitous newbie thread yet. Or why I should care.

Or when.
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