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I was so excited when you began publishing an acrostic in the BAM. It brought me back to leisurely Sunday brunches spent doing the New York Times puzzles in the Ratty. And now that our son has graduated from Brown (class of 2005) we get two issues of the BAM delivered to our house so my husband and I both get to do one!

The May/June issue, however, contained no acrostic! As you may know from the recent movie Wordplay, many people are addicted to puzzles, and many of them, Im sure, have attended Brown. Please keep feeding our addiction!

Judith Finkelstein Kashtan 74
Minneapolis

Although we try to include a puzzle in every issue, we occasionally need the space for what we judge to be more pressing editorial content.Editor





Comments (2)
07/11/07
 
Please visit my website - I have thousands of acrostics: many are free to guests.
 
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02/05/08
 
As THE BUDDHA represents the universal consciousness on his home planet, I spend time doing puzzles-due to life being a game/puzzle for the universe itself. I like doing paint-by numbers and acrostic puzzles most, so it's good to find accessible free ones, because the puzzle mags get expensive. Thanks for this --hope I get them printed right.
 
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