VROHE = HOVER
NHIYS = SHINY
PIAMHS = MISHAP
DOYBIL = BODILY
THE RESPECTFUL TROOPS CALLED THE GENERAL – – –
HER SIN MSA BIY = BY HIS “SIR” NAME
Good Morning, Everyone! 👨🏻✈️WE THANK THEM FOR THEIR “SIR”VICE 👨🏻✈️
🎶 Those schoolgirl days of telling tales and biting nails are gone…But in my mind I know they will still live on and on…But how do you thank someone who has taken you from crayons to perfume? It isn’t easy, but I’ll try…If you wanted the sky I would write across the sky in letters…That would soar a thousand feet high…’To SIR With Love’…🎶 “To Sir With Love” – Lulu 1967
👨🏻✈️As their hands HOVER saluting a man who’s thought of highly,
And the stance that they show BODILY is sharp and also spryly,
They know there’ll be no MISHAP, as the man is shown respect…
And the honor that they’re offering is no where circumspect.
Dressed in uniforms so SHINY, they never would defame,
The General who they address only BY HIS “SIR” NAME 👨🏻✈️
GENERALly speaking, I didn’t think any of our words today would be new. But the search was proving me wrong. Looking through our PRIVATE Archives, HOVER didn’t rise up to meet me. But you know me, I’m known for my MEDAL…so I stuck with it, and dug deep. You know, like TRENCH WARFARE…it may be a last DITCH effort, but you give it all you got…And what I got…was tired of looking! So even though it seems hard to believe, HOVER appears to have never been enLISTED. A MAJOR letdown…But I did locate our other three words, and they RANK as follows: SHINY, our newest word, seen as recently as 04/12, MISHAP with a showing on 12/27/18, and BODILY coming in as our oldest entry, bringing up the REAR, ADMIRALbly as of 01/03/2017. Our anagrams are all new though, and none of the words warranted any REVIEW. We just went right DOWN THE LINE…Ok, with that all taken care of, let’s ATTACK our cartoon…
Today we find ourselves paying ATTENTION to a GENERAL reviewing a troop of SOLDIERS. With the dialogue telling us that he approves of their appearance, he’s quoted as saying, “Make us proud”. And although Jeff has chosen to keep the soldiers’ replies PRIVATE, it’s safe to assume that they’re chanting, respectfully in unison…” Yes, SIR“. They’re calling the General BY HIS “SIR” NAME! Good one, David…I SALUTE you!
Ok. Eye candy. Today’s panel is pretty BEAR..ARMS not sure there’s even a COLONEL of candy to speak of…We see three soldiers silhouetted in black behind the three MAJOR characters. All dressed in olive green-khaki camouflage uniforms, the only DISTINGUISHable items are the T-Shirts seen at the necklines of both the General and the female Soldier. His is gray, while hers is black. In GENERAL, you’d think they’d be the same color, right? You know, UNIFORM. But I think I’ll just go with the patch on the sleeves of all three. It’s red with a small blue square at top right. It could be our FLAG, but I’m WAVEring on it…So, There you have it Folks, Done! Have a great day, Everyone…and always be sure to thank a member of our Military…for their SIRvice…👨🏻✈️🙋🏻
PS: And yes, I know a REAR ADMIRAL is an Officer of either the Navy or the Coast Guard, not the ARMY…But I just couldn’t resist the pun!