Study Hall Puzzle Fun!
If your High School experience was anything like mine, you went to great lengths at times to amuse yourself instead of doing homework in study hall periods. One of the things we would do to pass the time was word puzzles. In the spirit of those games, here’s one for anyone who cares to play:
There is a famous Mark Twain quote that goes “As to the adjective, when in doubt, strike it out.”
Just for fun, take all the quotes that you can find on what the White Hose (sic) Cronies are saying about Harriet Miers, and remove all the adjectives. So far, what I have been left with is, “She is.”
Well, it’s a fact, I guess.
Puzzle #2: Define, "Uniquely Qualified".