Continental Break (#97)

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Hey everyone, and welcome to Week 97!

I sincerely hope you enjoy today’s puzzle, as I had a bunch of fun writing it. If I ever get around to making a Patreon account, I promise to deliver puzzles exactly like this one.

I would also like to thank friends Andy Kravis, Neville Fogarty, and Drew Dixon for helping craft clues 18-Across, 37-Across, and 22-Across.

If you have any questions about my time writing the puzzle, I’m sure I can regale you on some tidbits. Hopefully, you’ll get me started when we’re hanging at Indie 500.

Hope to have Puzzle 98 for you very soon. Also, after you solved this one, make sure you complete #96. The 90s have been great for Chris Words.

Thanks everyone! Enjoy the puzzle!

Chris

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4 thoughts on “Continental Break (#97)

    • For some reason, the MIME type is set to text/html (basically, Dropbox thinks it’s an HTML file, but it’s not). The way I usually work around this is to copy the file to a different web site, or to the desktop, and open it from there.

      In other web news, I notice that the site’s title is gone from the RSS feed. Was that intentional?

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