The hunt continues.

Also, about two months ago, at a study abroad fair I helped out at, I won some “American Corner in Hungary”-branded kitsch (a bag, a shirt, an inflatable ball, etc.) in a raffle open to everyone at the fair. I thanked them, took it home, and stashed it away somewhere as useless. I’ve just realized, though, that the big logo is actually my initials, so now I have a monogrammed shopping bag and such. Still useless, but now actually interesting.

Another puzzle from the hunt (by “Dan Gulotta,” but probably actually Charles Steinhardt):

UNIRODHEARUSEBILFOOB (2)
SIGJLETRISWSICPEINODCONTNEENT (3)
BHILDNSONERENONSATONBENTEDONZRNDONVOENONRCKON (4)
RESISTWATLWAGHTMANMWADEPOLWAMER (5)
HRBOKIRADOPRIM (4)
NADIONORDNORNETTERN (2)
BLEFENTSRATINGTULARRVALS (3)
SMAASESTVAASESASSASEFUNASION (4)
EPDSEPHICLEEPTHEPREEEPEELS (1)
COMPOUPRSTTHPOSTCACSTTUATSTLITMUPSTPAPHOSTAZUWST (3)
CAUSEAKHOMSASHAOMBAREONOMKOENOMROLLOM (5)
EDIMLEORAMGERMOT (4)
OPETMARSPASTREVENUSWITNSATURNCUSTARJMERCURYOXURANUSFRUIZNEPTUNE (6)
SATETDIRETLYCESTWROMFBISEO (5)
MHLOGEMBEROHLOGFDHLOGETROITHHLOGOOPSTHLOGEAM (5)
LUDOQUINATEDEBUTRAWBULGE (1)
MOHIHARONISSSCOLINUOBIRNONI (5)
NUMBEUMBIRMINGHAMWITUMTUSCALOOSAJUSUMHUNTSVILLETWUMMONTGOMERYFACTORUMDECATUR (12)
SUHIXTYMERINUTETAHIMEPERMERIODS (7)
PTETTUCEPTITHPTARKPTREENPTEAVES (8)

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