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Change one letter in the name of a southwestern American town to name an instrument that is not part of the town's high school marching band.
Last week's Sardonigram: Take two letters in a word meaning "dwelling," exhange their places to create a new word describing the dwelling's construction material.
Answer: "Abode" and "Adobe"
Posted on 03/02/2013 at 06:30 AM in Current Affairs | Permalink
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Plano (As in Plano,TX) Supplant the "L" with an "I" and you have a marvelous instrument which could be carried only,during a marching performance, by some stalwart Republican! No demakratz need apply.
Bill Poindexter |
03/03/2013 at 02:10 PM
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