Oh, my wife checks me all the time. Nothing to do with crossword puzzles… 🙂 Bill- this month of thanks, I would like to thank you for this blog. When I retired 7 years ago, I was looking forward to reading the LA Times every day with a cup of tea and trying crossword puzzles. I`ve improved over time, thanks to your hard work. Before I find your blog, I should wait until the next day to get the answers and scratch my head on most of the ones I missed. And I appreciate this community of “commentators” and I read what`s going on in their necks from the forest. Again, thank you. Thank you Eddie for your service to our country 🇺🇸 Since you asked (😜) …
On Monday, I went to an ill-advised walk from four hours to 30 degrees, with a bad wet wind. I came back cooled from it to the bones, and I`ve spent most of the last two days since recovering, including a lot of sleep. I think this morning I maxed out, so I`ve been for a while before resting (and I think I`ll finally be fine now). Conclusion: at 77, I accepted a whole series of times a new set of limits that my aging body is trying to force on me… 😳. We have listed all the clues in our database that match your search. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. The synonyms were arranged according to the number of characters to be easily found.
Googled 1: MAHRE. Also, I didn`t really know Jimmy Eat World, ELIA, REY. Everybody`s watching. I guess the weakness will increase with age. @Rich Most of them could be irrelevant anyway. I don`t see any subjects in about 90% of them. 6:16, no mistakes. This one (at least) was definitely harder than today`s NYT. Ah, but expanding to an explanation (or give one where Bill didn`t) is part of the reason there`s some kind of community here.
About once a month, I will be stunned by an answer, I will ask my question here and I will answer it quickly. Of course, I crumpled and whispered “of course!” 46A: PCT is percent, AGT (agent) is a talented agent/sportsman who finds work for his clients and calculates a percentage of income, which is known as “cut” 60A: UFO – unidentified flying objects, blurry photos often found in publications like Weekly World News Tough (for me), I finished in just over an hour.