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  • Flo Abena, Rancho Penasquitos, 2.
  • Jerry Anders, Scripps Ranch, 2.
  • Lana Andrews, La Mesa, 2.
  • Mark Arnold, Rancho Penasquitos, 2.
  • Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 2.
  • Thomas Baggot, Carlsbad, 2.
  • Jeanmarie Barnes, Allied Gardens, 2.
  • Brian Borlan, Emerald Hills, 2.
  • Nick Bresnahan, 4S Ranch, 2.
  • Chris Buzewski, Clairemont, 2.
  • M.A. Castro, Paradise Hills, 2.
  • Tony Chiodo, Normal Heights, 2.
  • Larry Chratal, San Diego, 2.
  • Jon Christianson, El Cajon, 2.
  • Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 2.
  • Erica Clay, Oceanside, 2.
  • Tommy Conroy, La Mesa, 2.
  • Sharron Cooney, Julian, 2.
  • Stephanie Davis, Serra Mesa, 2.
  • Ben Dean, Bay Park, 2.
  • Allan Dorfman, Del Mar, 2.
  • Tom Draper, Mission Valley, 2.
  • * Dale Duffala, Bird Rock, 2. I write a new lim'rick each week, I'm trying to keep up my streak, I worry 'bout rhyme, But most of the time, Worry you think I'm a freak!
  • Jacque Elick, El Cajon, 2.
  • Marty Ferullo, Pacific Beach, 2.
  • * Linda Hughes, Lakeside, 2. Your Judges' taste must be deplorable. My Limericks have been adorable. Instead you go publish a bunch of pure rubbish and treat my gems like they're ignorable!
  • Willie McGee, San Diego, 2.
  • * Mark Moskowitz, Universty Heights, 2. As someone lamented last week, Who seemed like another limerick geek. Two weeks in a row, For you's a "nono", So my chances this week must be bleek.
  • * Burr Passenheim, Linda Vista, 2. As I stood in the sand at O.B. A sense of repose came to me Then the waves washed my feet With a sound Oh so sweet, That it gave me strong urge to pee.
  • * Martin Soblick, Del Mar, 2. Never a cross word to say, But always a crossword to do, So take off you muzzle, and finish the puzzle, And you might win a t-shirt too.
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geoljack Aug. 29, 2012 @ 6:53 p.m.

I took time off from doing this week's crossword to analyze the list of this week's winners. Note that there are 25 second time winners with last name beginning with letters A-H and only three between I-Z. Last week's list of winners had a similar pattern. There are no first time winners in this week's list of winners. Are puzzle solvers with last names starting with I-Z failing, or is there a problem with the last two lists of winners?

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