• Bliss Beedle, Encinitas, 5. Thank God, TYFTS.
  • Loren Boyer, El Cajon, 5. Survival show. Disappointed again. Thought is said, Man, Wild Women.
  • Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 5. Will all you jumping, juvenile jackasses just leave me alone?
  • Cheryl Deegan, Scripps Ranch, 5. Love you, Walter.
  • J Gorman, UTC, 5. What an order!
  • * Linda J. Hall, La Mesa, 5. Happy Birthday Steve, I love you!
  • Haley Hodnett, San Diego, 5. Corripe cervisiam.
  • Richard Hutchings, Santee, 5. In sudoku things always add up - - unlike life!
  • Ralph Levy, La Jolla, 5. If cutting taxes reduces deficits, then why not cut to zero?
  • Rebekah Mathieu, San Diego, 5. Art class is almost over!
  • Michael Rewa, Allied Gardens, 5. Readergate - the great reader cover up.
  • Charles Rion, Allied Gardens, 5. Almost that time again!
  • Jean Bradley, Spring Valley, 4. Death, taxes, paying for trash pick up - welcome San Diego.
  • Greg Chauncey, La Jolla, 4. Wow! I a surf reader t-shirt. OMG OMG OMG OMG
  • Alford Claiborne, Encanto, 4. This one was hard!
  • Larry Clark, Clairemont, 4. A fresh home grown tomatoe is the food of the Gods.
  • Paula Davis, Spring Valley, 4. Ms Aretha and Mr Frank Jr. get well soon.
  • George Elam, Vista, 4. Fire actually is getting scary.
  • Saad Kassab, Mission Hills, 4. Ibis market tabouli is the best.
  • Roy E. Leeper, Chula Vista, 4. Thank you Sean and Tom for your hard work.
  • Julio Magno, San Diego, 4. US postal sudoku expert. Hi Eileen.
  • Hiroshi Miyazaki, San Diego, 4. SD'll toast in August.
  • Lee Overholser, San Diego, 4. Did anyone get the Godel number of the existential track?
  • * David Schwartz, Clairemont, 4. Big interview pt. 2 coming… Me 2!
  • Jim Upshaw, Clairemont, 4. Life gets better every day.
  • Steve Kolb, San Diego, 3. Like electric dynamite.
  • * Karen Maegley, Sorrento Mesa, 3. Shou,ld be 4 this week.
  • Susan Morfey, Little Italy, 3. Hey! It'll be warm again - Enjoy the change!
  • Joe Selig, San Diego, 3. I love jayben but they don’t love I exist.
  • * Wang Tang, San Diego, 3. Serenity Prayer!
  • Juanito Gerardo, Mira Mesa, 1. Not evil!
  • Chang Qing Su, San Carlos, 1. Moon Light
  • Keith Trezek, Oceanside, 1. Evil is live spelled backward, change is the only constant.


  • Basima Albana, El Cajon, 5. Ibis Market Deli is the best.
  • Wayne Ameele, Penasquitos, 5. Welcome Miguel & Ryan to the Padres!
  • Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 5. Grunion runs are August 9-12.
  • * Amada Garcia, Chula Vista, 5. Actions do speak louder than words.
  • Green Dave Gietzen, Sunset Cliffs, 5. Hip Replacements, Humphrey's, 5-7 on the 14th, 1/2 price H.H, No cover.
  • Douglas Meyers, La Mesa, 5. Still waiting for my piece of that bail out cake.
  • Ed Rull, San Diego, 5. Love Much, Laugh Often, Live Longer.
  • Duane D Tremaine, San Diego, 5. Came down too soon.
  • Mike Gomez, Carlsbad, 4.
  • Esther Hays, La Mesa, 4. Invitations are MAILED…. YEAH!!
  • Lark Herrick, Alpine, 4.
  • Steve Schorr, Encinitas, 3. Spreckles Organ Concerts, relax and enjoy.
  • Mandy Smith, Boulevard, 3. Acceptance, Forgiveness, Compassion & Love All.
  • Mary E. Harris, La Mesa, 2. Stay at the top Padres.
  • Rei Tang, San Diego , 2. Happy Anniversary.
  • Abdalwahid Bahho, El Cajon, 1. I love numbers and I prefer Sudoku.
  • * Patrick Driscoll, Santee, 1. Tomorrow's just a future yesterday.
  • John Gaughen, North Park, 1. Happy 15th Birthday, Eva.
  • Jonathon McMurtry, Vista, 1. I root for the Padres!
  • Jenna Mcclaahan, Carlsbad, 1. Send it undercover Styie!
  • John Mobley, Lemon Grove, 1. Got half thru evil and had too many 9's.
  • Vincent Sy, Chula Vista, 1. Mother Pacquiao.


  • Linda Bible, El Cajon, 5. God is Good!
  • Paul Boland, Bay Park, 5. This week was hard.
  • Harry Chiou, Mira Mesa, 5. This is easier than brainstorms.
  • Josie Ranches, San Diego, 5. Peace!!
  • Flo Abena, Rancho Penasquitos, 4.
  • Roy Bartolome, San Diego, 2. Okay, Admit it, who of you were ….
  • David Mills, San Diego, 2. You should read how to win friends and influence people.
  • Melquiades B. Rivera, Spring Valley, 2. Hurry! Snail to slug.
  • Jeoffry Ross, Chula Vista, 2. I love you kitten/ MUAH!
  • * Gail Todd, San Ysidro, 2. Hello World!
  • Bob Baumgarten, Clairmont, 1. Could this be an August w/o allday clouds?
  • * Heather Bryce, Lemon Grove, 1. San Diego super Chargers, Here we go! I'm ready.
  • Lanora Manzzno, Escondido, 1. :)


  • Don Bowman, Santee, 5. Instead of sitting in the dark, light a candle.
  • Ken Hanson, Clairemont, 5. Go Padres!
  • Jim Koziol, UTC, 5.
  • Pauline O'Malley, Point Loma, 5. Look forward weekly to do sudoku puzzles.
  • John Pertle, Santee, 5. Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved!
  • Nancy Teruya, Rancho Penasquitos, 5.
  • Terry Thomas, Chula Vista, 5. Welcome to our sister city youth ambassadors from Odawara Japan.
  • Felix E. Charfauros, San Diego, 4.
  • * Ann Grudzinski, San Diego, 4. Go Padres!
  • Viet Nguyen, Mira Mesa, 4. If you like Hodad's, your next stop is AZUCAR.
  • Kelly Phu, San Diego, 3. Peace with everybody.
  • M. Elliott, Ranch Bernardo, 2. City gov't at its worst. Vote no on taz hike!
  • Phil Leal, San Diego, 2. Happy B-day Alek & Karina, Luv You!!
  • Misty McDaniel, Lakeside, 2. Bwaah!
  • M. Shoaee, Rancho Bernardo, 2. Speak gut talk - tell exactly what you think and feel.
  • Carmel Williams, Tucson, 2. I have one more week of vacation here - no more chance!
  • Stuart A. Young, San Diego, 2. The obvious is often overlooked.
  • Marie Bess, Imperial Beach, 1. Good brain exercise.
  • * Emily Boettcher, El Cajon, 1. Hope I get a t-shirt! Go Boltz!
  • Monique Germain, San Diego, 1. If you ever thought about skydiving, just do it!
  • Saad Ghulah, Escondido, 1. Congratulations to summer and Ted on your wedding.
  • Elizabeth Miller, San Diego, 1. Hope your having a nice day.
  • Jeanna West, San Diego, 1. They me on a night the stars glistened in the sky.
  • Guillermo Ybarra, Chula Vista, 1. Have you had your 7-9 fruit today?

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Susan Williams Aug. 11, 2010 @ 1:26 p.m.

Boohoo! I submitted a correct sudoku on time and this should be #5 for the evil ones for me. I've been omitted.


angelp Aug. 11, 2010 @ 3:26 p.m.

We are sorry for the missed week. The "Puzzle Lady" was out sick, and the puzzle helpers did their best to fill her shoes. Your number has been fixed and will reflect so in the next correct puzzle you do.


Susan Williams Aug. 11, 2010 @ 5:35 p.m.

Thank you. Working on this week's.

Susan Williams North Park.


wowfie Aug. 15, 2010 @ 8:48 a.m.

Hope you're better, "Puzzle Lady". I was omitted too. Thanks in advance.


reststop Aug. 17, 2010 @ 4:15 a.m.

Aha, I was beginning to wonder why I didn't see my name up in lights for last week's EVIL. Hope you are feeling better Puzzle Lady.

I sent a letter to the editors, wondering why my Sudoku entry did not show up, and yet my Brainstorms entry did show up as correct. Since I submit them together, I was concerned that maybe the fax got stuck or lost. Please review the entries, and look for mine: Carl from Milpitas. I should have all but 1 entry correct. The one I missed, I got correct as well, but forgot to fax it in that weekend.

And I will again voice my desire for getting credit for 42 correct moves to get the black car free and OUT of the parking lot. #41 gets it freed, and #42 gets it out.

Thanks and keep up the great work!



jeffloeb Aug. 17, 2010 @ 9:04 p.m.

The parking problem has been around since the 1970's.

The reason I am setting up this message is to see what it gives for the timestamp.



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