For each sentence given, change just one letter in one word to reverse the sentence's meaning. For example, given "The guard will not let you through the gate," you would change the T in "not" to a W and get "The guard will now let you through the gate."
Challenge From Last Week
Take the phrase "more corruptness." Rearrange these 15 letters to name a popular magazine. Tip: It's a magazine this phrase definitely does not apply to.
Answer: Consumer Reports
Winner: Joy Kipp of Burlington, Vt.
Next Week's Challenge
From puzzle-maker Rudolfo Kurchan in Argentina: If 5=4, 7=5, 8=1 and 26=9, what does 12 equal?
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