The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn for April 12, 2024

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    Seth down  2 months ago

    Acme crossword

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    Ratkin  2 months ago

    Smart bird. The clues are all written in Morse code. 1 II 2R 3U 4S.

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    FreihEitner Premium Member 2 months ago

    I think even I could do that crossword.

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    ronaldspence  2 months ago

    there has to be an “ACME” on there somewhere!

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    The Reader Premium Member 2 months ago

    He finishes them so fast!

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    iggyman  2 months ago

    Meep, not beep?!

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    Doug K  2 months ago

    I’d like to see the clues.

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    Kaputnik  2 months ago

    The background music is “While My Guitar Gently Meeps”.

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    dlkrueger33  2 months ago

    I don’t see a space for “coyote”.

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    markkahler52  2 months ago

    Forgot the word “Acme!”

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    My First Premium Member 2 months ago

    Mrs. Coyote – “Must you do everything fast”?

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    Totalloser Premium Member 2 months ago

    and I still can’t catch him :(

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    uniquename  2 months ago

    It’s like talking to a Wookie. It’s all in how it’s said.

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    ladykat  2 months ago

    Easiest crossword ever!

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    paranormal  2 months ago

    Too many four letter words!!!

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    Bramosenos Premium Member 2 months ago

    From Wiki and Reddit: Chuck Jones, the creator of the Road Runner, has stated that this sound, the only way the Road Runner can harm the Coyote, was inspired by hearing a Doppler-like effect as background artist Paul Julian imitated a car horn when he could not see where he was going. Julian voiced the various recordings of the phrase used throughout the Road Runner cartoons, although on-screen he was uncredited for his work. Although commonly quoted as “meep meep”, Warner Bros., the current owner of all trademarks relating to the duo, lists “beep, beep” as the Road Runner’s sound, along with “meep, meep.” According to animation historian Michael Barrier, Julian’s preferred spelling of the sound effect was either “hmeep hmeep” or “mweep, mweep”. And remember in the earliest cartoons, the roadrunner flipped out his tongue twice with a fluttery sound before “Beep Beep” or whatever. I think that came back with some of the late Freleng cartoons.

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    cuzinron47  2 months ago

    He’s wordle is pretty easy too.

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    zeexenon  2 months ago

    I count 4, with one more easy one to go.

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    Lablubber   2 months ago

    1 across was what does Beaker say?

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    Frank Burns Eats Worms  2 months ago

    He’s always down for a crossword.

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    David Rickard Premium Member 2 months ago

    Will Shortz does not approve.

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    vacman  2 months ago

    When I watch the cartoons with closed captioning it come across as “meep meep”

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    mickeyjoe  2 months ago

    Next thing, they’ll be telling us coyotes aren’t wily

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