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  • Mary Arana, Encinitas, 8. Happy Birthday Olive!
  • Leslie Chase, Campo, 8. Thank you Editor. Hello from Texas.
  • Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 8. Sondra and Josh own the greatest San Diego bar.
  • Ben Cooper, Gaslamp, 8. We should be back on track?
  • Thomas Diehl, Escondido, 8. Blessed are the young, they shall inherit the national debt.
  • Ben Espe, Mission Valley, 8. Go Aztecs! Beat BYU!
  • D. Faulkner, University Heights, 8. Anybody have a spare BYU game ticket?
  • Ralph Hayward, El Cajon, 8. Beat BYU!
  • Rich Larrabee, Clairemont, 8. Mon femme es mon tresour.
  • Douglas Meyers, La Mesa, 8. 0-5-2-1-2-0-1-1 That's the day we face the fire.
  • Jim Odell, Vista, 8. Say, Mitch can you see, by the dawns early life?
  • Robert Ott, Mira Mesa, 8. This should be 8 for 8.
  • P Drew Papas, La Jolla, 8. Forward.
  • Bill Pischke, Ramona, 8. Right on Reader!
  • Jack Roberts, Rancho Bernardo, 8. Oh to win a lotto.
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  • Flo Abena, Rancho Penasquitos, 7.
  • Woody Anderson, Carmel Valley, 7. Princess D; Into every reign, a little life must fall!
  • Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 7. Liked the theme Tea For Two because, we have twins.
  • L. Barling, El Cajon, 7. Simpletons render universe of grays into only black and white.
  • Evelyn Bowser, Hillcrest, 7. Free at last!
  • Bob Carlson, Serra Mesa, 7. Go Aztecs!
  • Carolyn Dalton, Escondido, 7.
  • Allan Dorfman, Del Mar, 7. Irving Caesar wrote, I for …drank…
  • John L Drehner, North Park, 7. Retirement community in Sweden: Del Webb's sunless city.
  • * Dale Duffala, Bird Rock, 7. Have a good trip, Carol. I lurve you!
  • George Elam, Vista, 7. If you can't afford it…let it go!
  • Cindy Fisher, San Clemente, 7. Chubi the famous rabbit says it should be six.
  • Jon Gerome, Oceanside, 7. Heading to Peoria for Padres spring training, c u l8r!
  • Ken Hanson, Clairemont, 7. Go Aztecs!
  • Ellie Hoey, Spring Valley, 7. I love New York!
  • Norman Kenney, Carlsbad, 7. Happy birthday Abe and George!! Hi Kiera! Hi Bodo!
  • Elaine Marume, Oceanside, 7. Good-bye February!
  • Willie McGee, San Diego, 7. Preparation is everything!
  • Susan Morfey, Little Italy, 7. I hurt my foot, got laid off, now I work Ihop.
  • Michael Panther, San Diego, 7. I want to do with you…
  • John Pilch, San Carlos, 7. Go Aztecs! Thanks for the hat. Need score correction.
  • Conway Redding, La Mesa, 7. Tin Pan Alley rules!
  • * Lillian Santander, San Diego, 7. I hope I make it, this one was tougher!!
  • Jay Sato, Carmel Valley, 7. Don't club my anchor toe with your cane.
  • Tom Somich, Clairemont, 7. More challenging than usual. Good job!
  • Steve Wilson, Spring Valley, 7. I wish people knew how to drive in the rain.
  • Thomas Baggot, Carlsbad, 6. Padres look good for 2011 seasons.
  • Betsy Cory, Chula Vista, 6. Robin wants me to stay, yaaaay!
  • William Cushing, Rancho Bernardo, 6. Go Aztecs! Beat BYU!
  • Jim Emmons, Oceanside, 6. Tea for two, by Doris Day, 1924.
  • * John Gagliano, Poway, 6. Send beer and my hat to Pilch.
  • Chad Griffith, Poway, 6. Coming your way… more changes in the USPS!
  • W. Hodgson, Escondido, 6. Chubcaps are convex wheel covers.
  • Richard Hutchings, Santee, 6. Time to hold your pinkie finger correctly!
  • Sue Janisch, Escondido, 6. Food and wine.
  • * Stephen McLaughlin, Carlsbad, 6. Mister tea pities the foul
  • Burr Passenheim, Linda Vista, 6. Double double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble.
  • Michael Rewa, Allied Gardens, 6. 41 moves and the car remains on the lot, seriously.
  • Henry Romero, San Diego, 6. My houseguest cup runneth over.
  • Ted Scafidi, Hillcrest, 6. Te vogliamo, bene pappa!
  • Robin Serfass, Leucadia, 6. 11 down: The source of all my messages.
  • Michael Sheridan, San Diego, 6. Hola, Yomi.
  • Martin Soblick, Del Mar, 6.
  • Andrea Vollmer, Vista, 6. SDSU can beat BYU!
  • Johanna Barry, Pine Valley, 5. Time for tea!
  • A T Certik, Bonita, 5. Meh.
  • Jon Connor, Oceanside, 5. The play's the thing.
  • Susan De Masi, Fallbrook, 5.
  • Harry Engel, La Jolla, 5. Couldn't have done it without you, Liza!
  • Marie Grace, College Area, 5.
  • George Jackson, Oceanside, 5. Irony: the opposite of wrinkly.
  • Debbie Schultz, El Cajon, 5. Tea for two and you for me.
  • David Tomasin, San Diego, 5. And stood awhile in thought.
  • Jennifer Vuksinich, El Cajon, 5. We could beat Watson.
  • Dennis Beabout, Temecula, 4. Baseball's been berry, berry good to me.
  • Kaye D. Benton, San Diego, 4. Free at last!
  • * Rick Chambless, San Diego, 4. This puzzle was difficult.
  • Glenn Clover, Pacific Beach, 4. AMD-ILY-YLH
  • Maria Coda, Oceanside, 4. Love ya, all.
  • Victor Correa, San Ysidro, 4. The over time queen.
  • Jacque Glick, El Cajon, 4. It's cold out, a hot tea day!
  • Elizabeth Jackson, Alpine, 4. Bring on the spring already!
  • Martha Klages, Encanto, 4. In memory of my dad. M. Yturralez 2/13/11
  • Archie McAllister, Chula Vista, 4. Get ready for forty-eight hours of madness!
  • Sunny Nelson, El Cajon, 4. Go Lakers, fans forever! Stop the rain! Kenny, Lisa and Sunny.
  • Marc Richard , Banker's Hill, 4. The last temporary tax was a lie, and still here.
  • Don Romero, La Mesa, 4. A new Nascar season sweet Mei Ling!
  • Lucy Gomez Santoyo, San Deigo, 4. Good!
  • * Jon Christianson, El Cajon, 3. Still trying.
  • * Paula Henderson, La Jolla, 3. Signs on the sky.
  • Ron Hootman, Santee, 3. Hoot 101, don't let em eat cake. It's go to your head.
  • Robert Page, Cardiff, 3. Shame on you Heidi!
  • Claire Phillips, Clairemont, 3. Phyl, did most. Big help, thanks.
  • Duncan S Williams, W Mission Hills, 3. What da fuss?
  • * David Borahert, Temecula, 2. Make mine green tea.
  • Gary D'Ambrosia, Escondido, 2. I love you Margie!
  • Penelop Munro, Encinitas, 2. Thanks for the hat and three o'clock tea time.
  • Helen Shove, Mira Mesa, 2. Paper or plastic!
  • Jan Weeks, Vista, 2. Glad for the rain we need it.
  • John Whitford, Vista, 2. The best things in life, aren't things.
  • Peter Woodbury, Eastlake, 2. In theory there is no difference between theory and reality.
  • * Rory Hutchens, Poway, 1. Go Midland Rattlers!
  • * Laura Lilly, Pacific Beach, 1. In honor of the Emperor Wang
  • Michael May, San Diego, 1. …
  • Tom Thetford, Lemon Grove, 1. SDSU, a no. 1 seed?
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