I've completed two more this week. This one is called "We're Gifted." It was just fun and easy.
This one is called "Tennis Everyone," and I sort of have a problem with this one. Not with the puzzle itself. It was a lot of fun. The pieces are cut very strangely, which added to the challenge. Even so, it was pretty easy. I don't ever look at the cover while I'm doing the puzzle, but there were lots of clues with all the horizontal lines and little piece of people that you could usually decide which way up they needed to be.
My issue with this puzzle is the title. There are probably 100 cartoon people in this puzzle. Every single one of them is Caucasian. The copyright date is 1994. There were plenty of people of color playing tennis by then. Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe had won titles long before 1994. The Williams sisters phenomenon had not yet begun, but even so... I'm not much of an activist, but seriously... not one single dark face in the whole puzzle?
In other news: I worked on the web site for NCT Long Distance Hiker Recognition, got groceries, and read a book. Tomorrow, I think there will be something more interesting to write about.
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