Monday, August 21, 2017

Yesterday tomorrow

What do the following words have in common and what does the post's title mean?

alibi, burglar, corpse, deadbeat, evidence, fugitive, gumshoe, homicide, innocent, judgment, killer, lawless, malice, noose, outlaw, peril, quarry, ricochet, silence, trespass, undertow, vengeance, wasted, x, yesterday

No fair googling. Either you know it or you don't.

5 comments:

  1. I haven't a clue but 'Yesterday tomorrow' immediately made me think of the McCarthy era. Then my thoughts turned to Charlottesville. Neither gives me hope.

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  2. I noticed that the words progressed through the alphabet. Most were concerned with terms we might associate with unlawful acts. Because of the events in the news in that last few days I will only guess that the violence we have been seeing is the same type of violence we have seen in the past (yesterday). We can only hope that tomorrow the violence will be absent.

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  3. The answer will appear in my next post.

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  4. It must be a new film or something to do with Antifa and the kindlier gentler actions of the democratic left wing.

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