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  • * Ed Barno, San Diego, 9. The numbers assigned to these keys are their own puzzles.
  • Susan Morfey, Little Italy, 9. What is it about National TV and San Diego sports!
  • Miyuki Passchier, Clairemont, 9. Happy "Hina Matsuri" day!
  • Conway Redding, La Mesa, 9. Well, forget the key- a little C-4 will do the trick.
  • Carl Baltrunas, Milpitas, 8. Thank you Jeff Loeb- The key to life is love!
  • Tom Somich, Clairemont, 8. Thanks for another cap. I'm starting a collection (3)
  • Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 7. Don't lock stable door after horse has been stolen.
  • Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 7. Happier than a Catholic Priest supervising a young boy's orphanage.
  • John Strauch, Point Loma, 7. Climbed West Butte Borrego Mountain.
  • Flo Abena, Rancho Pensquitas, 5.
  • John Fitzpatrick, San Diego, 5. I saw the 41/42 ambiguity; anticipating debate, didn't submit.
  • Norman Kenney, Carlsbad, 5. Kiera! Ignatz! Bodo! Go Aztecs! Go OMBAC!
  • Jeff Lutz, Jacumba, 5. Auslander Raus.
  • Douglas Meyers, La Mesa, 5. La Mesa Village Antique Street Fair, March 27th- please come!
  • Michael Rewa, Allied Gardens, 5. 41 moves and the car remains on the lot, seriously.
  • Marc Richard, Banker's Hill, 5. Tax it coming in- tax it going out- tax it.
  • Niki Romani, San Diego, 5. The very moment is all that matters.
  • Cindy Fisher, San Clemente, 4. Finally! One I can solve.
  • Christine Hartpence, Santee, 4. My hubby holds the key to my heart!
  • Ralph Hayward, El Cajon, 4. Psycho killer qu'est-ce que c'est.
  • Richard Hutchings, Santee, 4. 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Wow! Key to the White House.
  • Jason Parson, San Diego, 4. My wife holds the key to my heart.
  • Rich Sewell, Ocean Beach, 4. The key to happiness uis right in front of you.
  • Cheryl Uppling, Carlsbad, 4. A sante, mere, pere, kiera, serioso! Budo- good boy!
  • Clyde Christie, East Village, 3. The key to opportunity is education.
  • Juanito Gerardo, Mira Mesa, 3. Let me win this one.
  • Stephen McLaughlin, Carlsbad, 3. There is no Dana. There is only Zul!
  • * Joe Arbusto, San Diego, 2. Will this "key" finally open door? Any Reader Cap?
  • Diana Aretxaga, Chula Vista, 2. Check out In Every Breath's, new EP. Awakwning, on iTunes!
  • George Elam, Vista, 2. Though provoking puzzle congrats.
  • Bill Goff, Cardiff, 2. I need another hat.
  • * Bernie Howlett, Banning, 2. Got to be the one!
  • Martha Klages, Encanto, 2. I hope I got this one right!
  • George Navia, San Diego, 2. No keys required to open door. Just yell "open sesame!"
  • Debbie Schultz, El Cajon, 2. I unlocked the answer.
  • Craig Stein, El Cerrito, 2. I love having the answer key. Happy birthday Danielle!
  • Nancy Teruya, San Diego, 2.
  • Kelly Walton, La Mesa, 2. Mr. Grey, I won't ask you again.
  • Adam Blumenfeld, Clairemont, 1. Getting' ready for the Pads!
  • Felix E. Charfauros, San Diego, 1. This puzzle was quite a challenge… especially the approach.
  • Jack Cogburn, Fallbrook, 1. What key won't open a lock? A piano key!
  • Robert Crumrine, Downtown, 1. Hope the key works, or I'm locked out.
  • Vince Cuseo, San Marcos, 1. Smoking is bad, 'mkay?
  • * Derek Dhillon, North Park, 1. Hi Matt, Cassie, Mim. Kim, the key to my heart.
  • Calvin G. Gamble, Lemon Grove, 1. Hi Gloria, hi Sebastian, thanks Brainstorms.
  • Irvin C. Gavidor, Golden Hill, 1. Spring won't be ordinary with new stationery! Ink by KP.
  • Michael May, San Diego, 1. Calculus Rocks!
  • Jeremy McDougald, La Mesa, 1. Was dow to two keys… The thrid notch way key!
  • Stan Molina, Los Coches, 1.
  • Janie Redmond, Cardiff, 1. Green lights and soft breezes at your back.
  • Joey Riley, Grantville, 1. Elderly and disabled folks can have care at home thru IHSS.
  • Amber Rogowicz, Mission Hills, 1. Now teach me how to pick them- the lock not the key.
  • Joi Taylor, Oak Park, 1. I want my golden ticket!
  • Tom Thetford, Lemon Grove, 1. Don't second guess Tom, first answer was right!
  • * Justin Tynan, Mira Mar, 1. Having fun in the Marine Corps, enjoying life.
  • Richard Vega, Paradise Hills, 1. Love is the key to life!
  • Robert Welder, El Cajon, 1. The majic key.
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