FBI Asks Apple For Fourteen Spittoons Costing Len Boccia

Privacy!

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Headline Anagram #6!

Remember the hints from the Chris Rock post:

The very first post on 3/2/16 is an a perfect anagram (let us know if we made a mistake) for the real headline it replaces.
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Some posts change one or two letters, some leave one or two letters out and some leave one or two letters out AND change one or two letters.

“FBI” & “Apple” remain unscrambled.

Original headline:

Apple, FBI stake out conflicting positions before Congress

There’s always room for Jello!

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USC Alumni Steals Matt Cholla Spaghetti

Are you getting warmer?

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Scrambled headline!

“USC Alumni Steals” remains unscrambled.

Original headline:

USC alumni steals the spotlight at LACMA

Remember the hints from the Chris Rock post:

The very first post on 3/2/16 is an a perfect anagram (let us know if we made a mistake) for the real headline it replaces.
[Supreme Court Outlaws Titan Sexpot Baker]

Some posts change one or two letters, some leave one or two letters out and some leave one or two letters out AND change one or two letters.

Let the sunshine in!

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Blog About Science Sweats Photo

Getting The Hang Of It Yet?

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Scrambled headline!

“Blog About Science” remains unscrambled.

Original headline:

How to set up a blog about science

Remember the hints from the Chris Rock post:

The very first post on 3/2/16 is an a perfect anagram (let us know if we made a mistake) for the real headline it replaces.
[Supreme Court Outlaws Titan Sexpot Baker]

Some posts change one or two letters, some leave one or two letters out and some leave one or two letters out AND change one or two letters.

You got peanut butter in my chocolate!

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Chris Rock Chews Artisan Beignet

Come Play Anagrams With Us!

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Scrambled headline!

“Chris Rock” remains unscrambled.

Original headline:

Chris Rock the big winner at Oscars

More clues!

The very first post on 3/2/16 is an a perfect anagram (let us know if we made a mistake) for the real headline it replaces.
[Supreme Court Outlaws Titan Sexpot Baker]

Some posts change one or two letters, some leave one or two letters out and some leave one or two letters out AND change one or two letters.

Can you spot which headlines are perfect anagrams and which are not?

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