Saturday, October 27, 2012

Backspin Puzzle Break! (Chaos Edition)

Chaos, in forty pieces:




Enter... if you dare.

13 Comments:

Blogger Diane said...

That was wonderful! I don't usually do jigsaw puzzles, but who could resist this?

Only forty pieces of chaos. Not bad! We know there are so many more to be found.....

Sat Oct 27, 06:13:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Todd.Spiker said...

So true, so true. :D

Sat Oct 27, 06:31:00 PM EDT  
Blogger jo shum said...

So iPad can not view your puzzle......

Going back to vika's laughs at changeover, apparently it's some sort of a mix with vika's grunt into the music produced by redfoo.....I saw somewhere stated.... Quite create I must say.

Also saw that she had injury in her thigh? Doesn't matter, I think she just ran out of gas in last 3 days. Plus her goal was year end no, 1 much more than the year end championship itself. Isnt that a bit like Justine 2003, where she lost in semi but with enough points to stay no. 1?

Maria really wants to have a good showing after a dismal run in the summer. Not that she is doing bad , just the way she lost in a few of those.

Sun Oct 28, 01:09:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Todd.Spiker said...

Really? When you click on the "< >" icon in the right corner, all it does is go the Jigidi website page that contains the puzzle. All I did was embed the script provided by the site for that purpose, so there's nothing I can change. I don't know why it wouldn't work w/ that.

Justine & Vika... the passing of the baton continues. :)

Sun Oct 28, 08:50:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Diane said...

You can't use Jigidi on any IOS device because it's built with Adobe Flash, which Apple refuses to incorporate in its devices.

Sun Oct 28, 10:26:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Todd.Spiker said...

Figures.

Sun Oct 28, 10:42:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Diane said...

HTML5 was supposed to replace Adobe Flash as the standard protocol. Both Microsoft and Apple agree that this is a good move, but so far, it's all just been talk, and Adobe Flash remains the standard. A lot of IOS apps let you get around the Flash problem, but there are still plenty of Adobe Flash-based videos, games, etc. you cannot see on an IOS device.

I own an iPad and sometimes get irritated about the Flash issue, but eerything else about the device is so great, I just deal with it--and wait for HTML5 to take over.

Sun Oct 28, 03:20:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Leif Mortensen said...

LOL quite funny to do. Whatever happens to the chaos queen? Whatever happens to Kuznetsova? Why are they not coming back? Well it's their problem - but a nice break in chaos ;-)

Sun Oct 28, 04:16:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Todd.Spiker said...

Well, ol' QC will be back for another run next weekend, remember?

And, with Kvitova undergoing bed rest to try to be ready for Prague, who knows? Maybe JJ will have her long-awaited day yet. ;)

Sun Oct 28, 04:47:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Eric said...

That was the warmest handshake I've ever seen between Sharapova and Serena.

(The warmup had weird vibes tho.)

Sun Oct 28, 05:59:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Eric said...

Is Pavlyuchenkova's slide related to a split with her coach? Didn't she use to train with Mouratoglou?

Sun Oct 28, 07:57:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Eric said...

You know...Serena's serve looked different this week. It just looked effortless at Wimbledon (both this year and in 2010)...But it seemed like she armed it some times...was twisting her body to get angles...and coming out of the serve in different positions...

I'm not sure if I just never noticed before or if she's changed anything...but Serena is known for her uncomplicated service motion...and it just didn't seem that way at Istanbul.

Am I just seeing things?

Sun Oct 28, 08:06:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Todd.Spiker said...

Hmmm, I'm not really sure, Eric. She was sort of in-and-out on serve in Istanbul and, at least in the Li match, it sometimes didn't look pretty.

Either way, it'll be a minor (and temporary) blip on the radar.

Mon Oct 29, 12:01:00 PM EDT  

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