Jumble Answers for 04/07/2022








24 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 04/07/2022

  1. Good Morning, Everyone 🚀 MOON RE-GIVER? 🚀

    🎶 Fly me to THE MOON…Let me play among the stars…🎶 “Fly Me To The Moon” – Mr Frank Sinatra 1964 https://tinyurl.com/2p9fkxva

    🚀 I like to see Jeff’s drawings as they MORPH from page to page,
    There must be that old hard PRESS to keep readers all engaged…
    And the Jumble’s daily AGENDA isn’t easy by no means,
    The words and all the cartoons that create for us these scenes…
    We’ve seen Apollo’s coverage, and a GOTCHA came to mind,
    But the variations in graphics are truly a great find…
    The theme might be the same, but with the drawing? No logjam…
    It’s always fun with puzzles that deal with our SPACE PROGRAM! 🚀

    I think I may have mentioned before how ever since the pandemic, I’ll stand in front of the opened refrigerator and have no clue as to what it is I was looking for…and yet…I spot a Jumble and the bells start ringing…Case in point today…Two past puzzles immediately came to mind, and I pulled them out of the Archives…I’m pretty sure that they both feature Jeff and his family from 1969, and I love the nuances of each compared to today’s. I’ll put them in a separate post if you’re interested in seeing them…

    So…We had no problem getting today’s puzzle OFF THE GROUND..but the Early Birds and I did spend some time discussing GOTCHA. Yes.…it is a “real’ word. https://tinyurl.com/2f9harwn And I’m hoping it doesn’t send a few of you into an ORBIT. But once again, the solve is no FLIGHT of fancy…it’s a lock. Our question? …”TV Documentary”? (Program)…The dialogue…”wanted to be an astronaut”, “planet”?…It’s all about Space…And not to mention our cartoon..That in itself is enough to FUEL the fire! They’re watching a SPACE PROGRAM!

    And while we may not be seeing Jeff and his family in today’s cartoon…we are seeing three generations of another. And we’re seeing Apollo 11‘s moon landing https://tinyurl.com/2j2pbhsm “again”…only this time years later…And it’s still out of the world to witness…

    So…There you have it Folks…Done. Be well…and stay safe out there…🚀🙋🏻‍♀️


    • I didn’t think “gotcha” was an actual legit word so even though I considered it, I didn’t write it down and became flustered as that was the only word I couldn’t get, in my book.

      • I too got caught up with that one. However, after solving the puzzle, I realized I needed G,O and C. Gotcha was the only word that fit.

  2. These are the two past Apollo puzzles I referenced in my post. The first was from November 25th, 2015, and the second from September 07th, 2018. As you can see, in the second one Jeff acknowledges the characters as being his family, but looking at the first, you can see the resemblance…And the dialogue, while spot on with the first, grew better with the second. Jeff’s art work? Stellar! Note the cigarette in the earlier cartoon. and in the second, the actual moon landing complete with footprints, the tear in his Mom’s eye, and the toy rocket in his hand. So many more details…

    https://tinyurl.com/2x6bwn4s 11/25/15
    https://tinyurl.com/54u5sv29 09/07/18

    • Today’s J and all of them this week were relatively easy yet fun!
      Since we are starting a short heat wave in SoCal (94 today, warmer tomorrow) I am hot to trot on the Jumble!
      The Masters is one of my favorite times of the year and Tiger is back!
      I will probably hang out in Butler Cabin all weekend watching the tourney. As a past Masters winner I am always welcome…………………

  3. 🚀 Obsessed with anything to do with the SPACE PROGRAM, ever since he was a child he’d pretend to MORPH into various characters, calling out “GOTCHA” here and there…and it became his AGENDA to continually PRESS his Mother to buy him more and more spacecrafts…🚀

    🤷🏻‍♂️ He heard him utter “GOTCHA” as he played up in his room,
    He’d MORPH into a villain…most times it was Dr Doom…
    Lately his new AGENDA was defeating all that’s good,
    And Dad chose not to PRESS him…just a part of childhood…
    He’s acted out a zillion parts…the kid was a real ham…
    And Dad’s hoping his next interest is with the SPACE PROGRAM! 🤷🏻‍♂️

  4. Good morning thirsty Thursday ! Yes the song “ fly me to the moon “ by Frank Sinatra was the first music heard on the moon as Aldrin stepped on the surface !! Great song ! Ok , the jumbles keep coming down Pleasant Street , cause I have had no problems with the last three in a row ! When I saw the letters , the one word that came right out was SPACE , and the remaining letters were MRPRGOA , I said GOTCHA ! I couldn’t PRESS any harder on my pen ! Just another day at the fun jumble to MORPH it , so what’s on my AGENDA is to wish everyone has a great thirsty Thursday !!! And congratulations on a great SPACE PROGRAM !

  5. Good morning. Had no problem with the words but the cartoon answer left me grounded on the moon. I chalk it up as being too complex and not spacey enough. I chilled out with the perfect song choice which brought me back to earth. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

    • LOL! Good Morning, Paul. Tks. Be well and stay safe out there…🚀🙋🏻‍♀️

  6. Very nice of you, Angela, to explain that GOTCHA is a word….it was no blind solve, so couldn’t back in that word. I went to Jumble Solver to put in the letters, and sure enough, it was correct. With that stumbler out of the way, the rest was easy to solve. As always, love those Sinatra tunes and this was spot on. There is this TV channel that shows vintage films and yesterday was a F.S. marathon. I really liked his acting and movies. Remembering Tony Rome and Danny Ocean, for sure !!!

    • I’m with you, Terry…You can never go wrong with Sinatra. Gotcha? Pretty sure it’ll be the stumper of the day…🚀🙋🏻‍♀️

  7. Gotcha jumped out at me but I had to check that it was a word in my dictionary. It could have been a real Gotcha moment. Like millions of others, my family gathered to watch the moon landing. I remember mothers all over the neighborhood calling kids in to make sure we saw history. I used the space program for lots of school projects/reports. There were so many photos available in the periodicals of the time. Frank Sinatra, as always, a beautiful choice, Angela! (I didn’t know Mig O’Connell was a former Masters champ! Or were they playing us?)

  8. I also got gotcha right away but had to look it up to make sure it was a word. The rest of the puzzle was fun to do. Until tomorrow have a great day

  9. Gotcha got me as I didn’t think it was a real word,but after looking it up on an anagram solver site,the cartoon was a quick solve.Yes,my then almost wife,we got married in Sept 1969, watched the landing live at my Aunt’s house.

  10. Like others, I saw gotcha right away but looked it up to make sure it was a proper word. Saw program first and then space followed easily. It was an exciting moment in history to be sure.

  11. Most players didn’t know GOTCHA was a real dictionary word. Oh well……..

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