Evil

  • Joe Arbusto, Rancho Penasquitos, 2. Republican Great "YoYo" Society! "Your On Your Own" American Worker!
  • Susan Avery, Escondido, 2. This one was fun! Thanks for the cap!
  • Peter Bartkiewicz, Chula Vista, 2. Evil is knowing better but doing worse.
  • Bliss Beedle, Encinitas, 2. Bless the bears and the children.
  • Loren Boyer, El Cajon, 2. TSA lines slow! Oh, their patting down the Kardashian sisters.
  • Jorge Castro, Alpine, 2. What's up with the Border Crossing it takes forever.
  • Felix E Charfaurs, San Diego , 2. Happy 9th Anniversary puppy! Love you!
  • Greg Chauncey, La Jolla, 2. Go Padres.
  • Clyde Christie, East Village, SD, 2. Too often, intelligence bears an inverse relationship with Common Sense.
  • Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 2. If your best isn't good enough- get a divorce lawyer.
  • Alford Claiborne, Encanto, 2. Another chance for fun!
  • Larry Clark, Clairemont, 2. Kelly "the Ghost" Pavlik returns May 7 on Pacman undercard.
  • Patrick Driscoll, Santee, 2. Someone's there somewhere and I'm somewhere else.
  • Glenn Dunham, Mission Hills, 2. Glenn thanks for dinner, hi Kaylin!
  • Michelle Dutra, Serra Mesa, 2. Happy birthday Andrew!
  • Jane Flammang, Encinitas, 2. Happy birthday Ben!
  • Juanito Gerardo, Mira Mesa, 2. Greedy employers create jobs. Greedy labor Unions kill jobs.
  • Gary Gish, Rancho Bernardo, 2. What happen to the t-shirts?
  • Lily Gonzalez, Logan Heights, 2. See you at the Balboa Park Multi-Cultural Earth Day.
  • Butch Hays, La Mesa, 2. Very taxing situation :-(
  • Ralph Hayward, El Cajon, 2. Have a nice Spring Break!
  • Ron Hess, Santee, 2. No government shutdown? That's great, I think.
  • Haley Hodnett, San Diego, 2. One in a row, nine to go.
  • Joan Hubert, Clairmont, 2. What else did we forget.
  • Jim Hurley, San Diego, 2. Son: Here are the numbers for your 1040.
  • * Richard Hutchings, Santee, 2. I'm counting on you to send me a hat.
  • Norman Kenney, Carlsbad, 2. Hi Kiera, Bodo! Happy birthday Cheryl!
  • Roy E. Leeper, Chula Vista, 2. Missing you.
  • Ralph Levy, La Jolla, 2. "D" lighted if you "R"
  • John Markey, San Diego, 2. Edwin, week one.
  • Rebekah Mathieu, San Diego, 2. The Father, the son and the Holy Spirit are one.
  • Hiroshi Miyazaki, Normal Heights, 2. Thanks again, for your kindness.
  • Bruce Ness, Mira Mesa, 2. Please make "evil" puzzles more of a challenge!
  • Tom Norris, Santee, 2. Thanks for the cool cap! I'll wear it with honor.
  • Jerry Noser, Bankers Hill, 2. A good start for the Padres.
  • Deirdre Oakley, Spring Valley, 2. Woohoo! Spring break!
  • Chang Qing Su, San Diego, 2. I love Hue forever.
  • Michael Rewa, Allied Gardens, 2. 41 moves and the car remains on the lot, seriously.
  • Bruce Robbins, Allied Gardens, 2. Over Saturday nite thru Sunday bright I got it right!
  • Ed Rull, San Diego, 2. Go Padres.
  • Kelly Sakoi, Rancho Penasquitos, 2. Great start, Padres!
  • Rich Sewell, Ocean Beach, 2. That was a sweet finish at the Masters!
  • Art Spencer, Oceanside, 2. Eviler then some.
  • Joe Steinbach, Clairemont, 2. Take a hike- see calendar/ Local Events/Outdoors.
  • L.J. Tamura, Del Mar, 2. Enesco! Any questions except why?
  • Seratima Tkachuk, San Diego, 2. We like to play Sudoku.
  • Jim Upshaw, Clairemont, 2. Hey Babe, Buddy says hi.
  • John White , La Mesa, 2. Here comes Petter Cotton Tail, hopping down the bunny trail.
  • Susan Williams, North Park, 2. Keep working on that Pi Sudoku, Emily!
  • Steve Wilson, Spring Valley, 2. Why can't we all get along.
  • Ric Witt, Clairemont, 2. Harry Reid, couldn't run a Bingo game.
  • Carolyn Woodbury, Chula Vista, 2. Take reusable bags shopping.
  • Mark Xitco, San Diego, 2. Play it to the end!
  • Wayne Ameele, Rancho Penasquitos, 1. Go Padres!
  • Carl Baltrunas, Milpitas, 1. Thank you Jeff Loeb- thanks SDR for the digital edition!
  • * Jean Bradley, Spring Valley, 1. I just wanna celebrate another day of living!
  • Shannon Cox, Santee, 1. Great place to work: Scripps.
  • Paula Davis, Spring Valley, 1. The season for reason: Washington do the right thing, ok?
  • D. Faulkner, University Heights, 1. Off to a good start.
  • Cindy Fisher, San Clemente, 1. I really think you should play first.
  • Marcus Gee, Pacific Beach, 1. What's in a name?
  • Mary Giovaniello, Del Cerro, 1. Mixer, you are a true angel of God- at Lindbergh!
  • Bill Grant, Unviresty Heights, 1. Play Bridge at the Town and Country next week.
  • Antonio Guillen, Spring Valley, 1. Good luck on you RDA test Jackie. Have fun in S.F.
  • Linda J. Hall, La Mesa, 1. Mom needs a new T-shirt, please!
  • Mary E. Harris, La Mesa, 1. Giving the evil one a try.
  • Christine Hennes, San Diego, 1. It's getting better all the time.
  • Saad Kassab, Mission Hills, 1. Lisa is the one and only.
  • Stephen Mclaughlin, Carlsbad, 1. I was too late last week.
  • D.E. Mercer, Oceanside, 1. Still spending QT with the Oakley's.
  • Susan Morfey, Little Italy, 1. April is national Bacon Month! Yum!
  • Mamma Oakley, Oceanside, 1. The Sudoku champ in the Oakley household this week!
  • Sgt Maj Oakley, Oceanside, 1. The Oakley's and the Reader. A prefect combination.
  • * Justin Palmer, Ocean Beach, 1. Looking forward to another Ocean Beach summer with my love.
  • Michael Panther, Point Loma, 1. How dare you submit anything other than evil!
  • Le Phan, La Jolla, 1. There is no place like home.
  • * Terry Phillips, Borrego Springs, 1. Continual cheerfulness is a sign of wisdom.
  • Debbie Schultz, El Cajon, 1. Did Spring start?
  • Larry Terbell, Golden Hill, 1. End the government nanny state.
  • Tom Thetford, Lemon Grove, 1. Manny not one of my favorite players, so long!
  • Felicitas Yakut, Downtown, 1. Pease!

Hard

  • Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 2. Earth day is Friday April, 22, 2011.
  • Abdalwahid Bahho, El Cajon, 2. Life it's not easy at all.
  • Dennis Beabout, Temecula, 2. Go Cards!
  • A T Certik, Bonita, 2. Meh.
  • Patty Duckworth, Santee, 2. Forever!
  • Amada Garcia, Chula Vista, 2. Hector, have a great 17th birthday. We love you.
  • * Green Dave Gietzen, Sunset Cliffs, 2. Greatest desire, love respect were yours. Now loss- Immense betrayal.
  • Esther Hays, La Mesa, 2. I think I can learn the Segway?
  • Douglas Meyers, La Mesa, 2. There's no dance for solution cuz the questions confused.
  • Josie Ranches, San Diego, 2. Go Padres!
  • * Marc Richard, Bankers Hill, 2. Selling sea shells supported Sally surprisingly solid.
  • Steve Schorr, Encinitas, 2. If Congress had shutdown, would we have noticed?
  • David Tomasin, San Diego, 2. Did Grye and Gimble in the wabe.
  • Cheryl Uppling, Carlsbad, 2. Love you mom and dad! Bodo- such a good boy!
  • George Elam, Vista, 1. Got lost on the evil. Good one.
  • Lark Herrick, Alpine, 1. Congratulations Aztecs! What a great season.
  • Larry Lewis, Poway, 1. Good to be back.
  • Henry Romero, San Diego, 1. El Paso family reunion beckons.

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