Monthly Archives: September 2014

T. S. Eliot: Capacity

Image: theguardian.com T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) Today is the birthday of the poet T. S. Eliot. The full-rack puzzle below features something that he said about our limitations. (Note that the diagram represents two “hemicubes” (like the hemispheres of a globe) … Continue reading

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Joan Rivers: R.I.P.

Image: mamamia.com.au Joan Rivers (1933-2014) Joan Rivers, pioneering comedian and television host, died yesterday at age 81. The answer to our two-diagram puzzle is something self-deprecating she said about herself. (This is a Quip-Find first: Our first ever published puzzle in which … Continue reading

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September Puzzle of the Month

The answer to this month’s Puzzle of the Month is part of a familiar, and useful, rhyme. We present it as a two-diagram puzzle with a couple of unusual features: (1) Usually, if a quip can be spelled out on the … Continue reading

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