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are determined by popular vote.
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March Anagrammy Challenge
This month's Challenge has been set by Christopher Sturdy asks us to anagram this quote below.
Christopher asks us this month is to anagram the following quote from Douglas Adams, who would have been 62 on the 11th March. The preferred theme would be for your anagram to put forward a theory of some sort, the wackier the better!
"Nothing travels faster than the speed of light, with the possible exception of bad news, which obeys its own special laws."
An anagram from the Archives
A Winning Anagram by David Bourke (General, December 2000) While the cat's away, the mice will play = With what aim? Well, a cheese, typically!