You ERNE another KERFect Ten!…nICE, Polin vs SteinbERG!
And yet you MINDLESSLY eschewed the chance to spell out the ZEE in LIEU of the many Zs that appear! Howcum?
Loved having Aaron come in off the “Brr-r-r!”, and bethought me of BUTTOn Gwinnett, done in by a duel himself.
Perhaps the next duel: AVA RICE vs Anne Garner
I’m a bit confused about your comment, why would I spell out Zee, they were Z themed puzzles, no need to be redundant. And I don’t get the Ava Rice vs. Anne Garner, who are they? Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the comic.
Just because ZEE is in the grid, and there are people around who say ZED.
The AVA RICE idea was further obscured by a sticky D on my keyboard: I was playing with mixing AVA Gardner and Anne RICE. Maybe too early in the morning?
I did enjoy the comic; I always do.
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