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|Charlie had it right too!
Here are the answers to last week's Brain Teaser!
1. Fill in each blank below with a word that fits the definition on the left when read normally and that fits the definition on the right when read backward.
Skin blemishes warts and straw Dried grass
House animals pets and step Part of a stair
Sailboats sloops and spools Holders for thread
2. A familiar proverb has been put into very fancy language below. Can you put it back into everyday English? An avian creature that originates the day at a time when most others
are not active has a far better opportunity to find what it eats.
The early bird catches the worm.
3. The names of five people are hidden in the sentence below. Can you find them? (The letters are in consecutive order.)
Really, a wanted man fleeing from the police who saw a police car looking for him would run and hide.
Al, Ted, Lee, Carl, Nan.
4. The opening line of a well-known American novel has had all of its vowels removed. Replace the vowels and find the line. (what is the name of the novel, too)
C L L M S H M L
Call me Ishmael. By Moby Dick
This week's Brain Teaser is
1. What was the name of Tony Soprano's scheming older sister on HBO's The Sopranos?
2. By what nickname is Scott Braun, the talent manager who signed Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepsen, better known?
3. For what kind of rights do organizations like PETA and the HSUS campaign?
4. What brainy, overweight boy owns the spectacles that the castaways use to light fires in the novel 'Lord of the Flies'?
5. What style of subjective, free-form journalism did Hunter S. Thompson practice?
6. Finally what do all these answers have in common?
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