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May 09, 2014

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: Friday, May 9, 2014 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier : Friday, May 9, 2014 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier TV CROSSWORD SUDOKU SOLUTION CELEBRITY CROSSWORD SOLUTION TV CROSSWORD SOLUTION MAGIC MAZE SOLUTION ACROSS 1."__ la Douce"; Shirley MacLaine film 5. College where Burt Reynolds played football, for short 8. Guinness and Baldwin 9. Mailmen's beats: abbr. 10. 1982 biographical movie for Ben Kingsley 12. Rowers' needs 13. Computer memory unit 14. Actor Martin 16. Largest city in Southwest Virginia 18. Thompson or Samms 20. Schwarzenegger's birthplace: abbr. 21. "__ for Mr. Goodbar"; 1977 Diane Ke- aton movie 23. __ __ fortune; is very pricey 24. Actor on "Gilligan's Island" 28. "The Bucket __"; 2007 Jack Nichol- son film 29. Will Arnett's sitcom role 31. __ up; spend 32. Ross or Rigg 33. Suffix for employ or train 34. Actress __ Chlumsky DOWN 1. "As __ __ Dying"; 2013 James Franco movie 2. "__-a-Cop"; 1987 Liza Minnelli film 3. Actor on "The Middle" 4. "__ Wednesday"; 1973 Liz Taylor movie 5. Gifford and Sinatra 6. "Hill __ Blues" 7. "Back in the __"; 1992 Frank Whaley film 8. Monogram for inventor Bell 11. "__ __ Big Girl Now" 12. Actor on "Hawaii Five-0" 15. __ __ instant; suddenly 17. "Sherman __" (1995-97) 18. Little girl in children's books 19. Playwright Hart and his namesakes 22. "__ __ Legend"; 2007 Will Smith movie 23. Classic board game 25. Mr. Thicke 26. Singer Horne 27. Historical period 30. Rhoda's ma MAGIC MAZE Business Continental Cooked Daily Dog's Full English Instant Light Midnight Pancake Power Prayer Up for Wedding Working WORD QUIZZARD SOLUTION —BREAKfAST Top 10 DVD, Blu-ray Rentals 1. The Wolf of Wall Street (R) Leonardo DiCaprio 2. Anchorman: The Legend Continues (R) Will Ferrell 3. Gravity (PG-13) Sandra Bullock 4. American Hustle (R) Christian Bale 5. 12 Years a Slave (R) Chiwetel Ejiofor 6. Homefront (R) Jason Statham 7. Frozen (PG) animated 8. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (PG-13) Jennifer Lawrence 9. Out of the Furnance (R) Christian Bale 10. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (R) Andrew Jacobs Top 10 DVD, Blu-ray Sales 1. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (PG-13) Warner Bros. 2. Frozen (PG) Disney 3. The Pirate Fairy (G) Disney 4. August: Osage County (R) Anchor Bay 5. Grudge Match (PG-13) Warner Bros. 6. 47 Ronin (PG-13) Universal 7. Anchorman: The Legend Continues (R) Paramount 8. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (R) Paramount 9. The Wolf of Wall Street (R) Paramount 10. Walking with Dinosaurs (PG) FOX Source: Rentrak Corp. TOP TEN VIDEO Craig ferguson Today the Pentagon announced they are going to spend millions shooting clouds with super-lasers to create more precipita- tion. It's in The Washington Post newspa- per. A newspaper is like a blog except ev- erything is from yesterday. Controlling the weather would be great because L.A. is so dry right now. Our rain- fall is lower than Obama's approval ratings. It's lower than the Lakers' winning percent- age. It's lower than CNN's ratings. Lower than Tom Cruise's foot stool. Lower than the box office for that new Johnny Depp movie. Jimm y fallon Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was eject- ed last night for having pine tar on his neck, and rubbing it on his hand to get a better grip on the ball – because league rules clearly state that all illegal substances must be put INSIDE your body. Police in Canada were called after a bear got its head stuck in a jar and then walked down the street. Animal control immedi- ately removed the jar and said, "Oh, sorry we didn't recognize you, Mayor Ford." David Letterman President Obama is visiting Japan, and for dinner last night he had $300 sushi. That's a lot of dough, but you know, it comes with unlimited bread sticks. And Mercury poisoning is covered by Obamacare. I don't know what's the matter with that pitcher. There's only one place for pine tar in baseball and that's on the hot dogs. LAUGH ALONG WITH LATE NIGHT

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