This time, to try and cheer everybody up somewhat because the winter weather is so bad across most of the country, let's have some music!
WHAT'S THAT SONG?
Below are lyrics from a popular tune. Do you know which one?
"...But he had always told the truth Lord, he was an honest man..."
MUSICAL TRIVIA TIME
What was Cher's first solo release?
The answers will appear next weekend, but for now, here are the results from January 10th's Puzzle Corner:
THE LETTER SHUFFLE
2. Smite=ITEMS or MITES
Dr. Seuss (Theodore Geisel) first officially used the word within his 1950 book If I Ran The Zoo when young Gerald McGrew wanted to collect "a Nerkle, a Nerd, and a Seersucker too."
However, the actual origin may stem from ventriloquist Edgar Bergen's partner Mortimer Snerd, the Northern Electric Research and Development labs of Ontario, Canada; or from early day college students who called some of their fellow classmates "Knurds" (drunk backwards) because they would rather study and party.
If the last was the only definition of the word, then I would proudly call myself a nerd/Knurd too!
See you in next weekend's Puzzle Corner.