Thursday, January 26, 2006

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Jan 29): G to O - name anagram

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Jan 29): G to O - name anagram
Q: Take the nine letters from 'G' to 'O'. Change one of them to the following letter of the alphabet. And re-arrange the result to name a famous person. Two hints: The answer is this person's full name. And it is a person who's been in the news lately.
This puzzle isn't too difficult if you just look at the mix of letters. As always, I'll post my answer after the deadline.
Edit: Time's up!
A: Change the H to an I, and you can rearrange to get the president of North Korea: Kim Jong-il


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