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etcage Aug. 21, 2009 @ 4:21 p.m.

I agree that the new policy of publising only the first 100 correct puzzlers is totally unfair. Many of us do not get our readers until the afternoon. Others have a real jobs and cannot waste time during the day doing crosswords.

Maybe they could take the first 50 thursday and then the first 50 in the fax machine Friday morning. (Those sent after close of business Thursday.)

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