2:10 AM
i wonder if the c4 required cockney rhyming slang

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8:39 AM
C4: I'm drawn to something like QUEEN ISABELLA = Cobbler's EQUINE + ... + A in the hope that it's the name of a racehorse.
9:03 AM
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For astronomical information, engage the flux capacitor (May or June 2022) and then find them. Make Cupid drop stuff. Then you “drop” stuff. C A D L A A E D E N N D S H E N P I S H G O S I W O R U W T Please leave me a comment if you think this puzzle is (or is not) an appropriate en...

9:29 AM
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The image below depicts a number of tetrahedral dice sporting face colors of red, yellow, blue, and green in a consistent orientation. These dice exist on a triangular tessellation of the plane, and at any time they may move to any adjacent triangle by rolling over onto the appropriate face. They...

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1:50 PM
Day n of me hating math
2:35 PM

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3:50 PM
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Jean Gleason has invented a brand new test for adults to try, not just kids!

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7:19 PM
C4 hint: Since this clue was posted, someone (not a bot) has said something in this room very relevant to solving it.

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8:20 PM
So that's probably either Jafe's comment about cockney rhyming slang, or Daniel S's comment about anagrams and racehorses.
(It could be oAlt's comment about math, but seems unlikely...)
I find it hard to find anything at the end of the clue that could be a definition, because of that " 's" on "mare's", so I'm inclined to thing that the definition is "Cobblers".
@GentlePurpleRain could also be that the enumeration doubles as the definition but that also strikes me as highly improbable
"Cobblers" can mean "nonsense" or "testicles" or "shoemakers" or "fruity desserts".
"stunt" could be an anagram indicator
@msh210 HORSE FEATHERS! = nonsense (cobblers). HORSE+ FEAT + HERS
I need to run, so I'll post a new one before I go (on the assumption that this is correct).
@GentlePurpleRain there you go
CCCC: Rent is per year, or it's bull? Bollocks! (7 7)
8:41 PM
@GentlePurpleRain prairieoysters*
9:18 PM
@msh210 Correct!
I guess I should have kept with the theme and used "cobblers" instead of "bollocks"...
CCCC: A rock album a cheat, say, rated poorly (1,3,2,3,5)

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