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January 10, 2014

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: Friday, January 10, 2014__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier By Dan Rice In the grid below, twenty answers can be found that fit the category for today. Circle each answer that you find and list it in the space provided at the right of the grid. Answers can be foundin all directions - forwards, backwards, horizontally, vertically and diagonally. An example is given to get you started. Can you find the twenty answers in this puzzle? 1. Fiction has envisioned the future in which civilization took a dysfunctional or nightmarish wrong turn, such as this current TV series in which a worldwide blackout led to the collapse of government and public order. 2. In this 1976 film (and a short-lived TV series), overpopulation was prevented by ceremoniously killing everyone when they reached the age of 30. 3. Machines have become the overlords of humanity in this 1984 film that launched three sequels and a TV series. 4. This 2006 comedy film looks ahead 500 years, after which time rampant advertising and anti-intellectualism have dumbed-down society to the point of using sports drinks for crop irrigation. 5. In this 1995 film and its 2012 remake, rampant crime leads to police given the roles of on-the-spot judge and executioner. Fill in the puzzle grid so that every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. CELEBRITY CROSSWORD Dystopian Visions ANSWERS SUDOKU TRIVIA CHAIN 1. "Revolution" 2. "Logan's Run" 3. "The Terminator" 4. "Idiocracy" 5. "Judge Dredd" PUZZLE PAGES WORD QUIZZARD MOMENTS IN TIME Across 1. Ms. Carrere 4. Film set worker 8. Make fun of 12. "The __ Couple" 13. Clinton's attorney general 14. D'Angelo song, "Send __ __" 15. They have atomic numbers 17. Forbidden action: hyph. 18. Capitol Hill group 19. First-born 21. 2004 horror movie 22. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" star Charlie 23. 1990s sitcom, "Boy __ World" 26. Glide 30. Four-star review 31. In the same family 32. "Dancing With the __" 34. Disney's "Wizards of Waverly __" 35. Ballet's __ de deux 37. Actor McBride 38. Director's cry 41. Musician Wood 45. No more than 46. Marvel Comics superhero team 48. Mr. Stonestreet of "Modern Family" 49. Go up 50. Picture frame insert 51. Collar's site 52. Permits 53. "Gone With the Wind" actress Munson Down 1. __ the line, obeys 2. Out of work 3. Yemen seaport 4. Scacchi and Van Susteren 5. Take up again 6. Savings account abbr. 7. Sat for a portrait 8. Shown, she was Kelly on "The Office": 2 wds. 9. Plains tribe 10. Points against 11. A clove hitch, e.g. 16. PBS anthology series 20. Spanish article 23. Simon and Garfunkel's "__ Robinson" 24. Julia Roberts' "__ Pray Love" 25. Actress Amurri 27. Police blotter abbr. 28. Behavioral quirk 29. Toronto-to-Ottawa dir. 33. __ Paulo, Brazil 34. Cellular devices 36. Growl 37. High point 38. Randy Travis song, "Forever and Ever, __" 39. "Arrested Development" actor Michael 40. 2000 movie, "Road __" 42. Jules Verne captain 43. Tehran's land 44. "?Como __ usted?" 47. Struggle - On Jan. 17, 1865, Union Gen. William T. Sherman's army is delayed in Savannah, Ga., by 10 days of rain as it waits to begin marching into the Carolinas. Just as Sherman and his army had destroyed nearly everything in its path in Georgia, Sherman planned to subject the Carolinas to the same brutal treatment. - On Jan. 16, 1919, the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, prohibiting the "manufacture, sale or transportation of intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes," is ratified and becomes law. In 1933, the 21st Amendment to the Constitution repealed Prohibition. - On Jan. 15, 1936, Edsel Ford, son of auto pioneer Henry Ford, forms a philanthropic organization called the Ford Foundation with a donation of $25,000. The foundation was established in part as a legal way for the Ford family to avoid inheritance taxes. - On Jan. 14, 1954, Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe marries New York Yankees slugger Joe DiMaggio. The marriage barely got past the honeymoon, and they were divorced 274 days later. In her filing, Monroe accused her husband of "mental cruelty."

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