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reststop March 2, 2012 @ 7:10 p.m.


Interesting. The information, including the quotes, is IDENTICAL to the information for the puzzles for last week. This is true for all 3 puzzle pages.

Or did we just enter the Twilight Zone?


jerry March 6, 2012 @ noon

Ditto. I said the same thing last week, and maybe it was leap year? Let's see what happens this week with the standings and quotes.


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