Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz by Werner Wejp-Olsen

Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz

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  1. mrbribery

    mrbribery said, about 3 years ago

    why do companies hire security heads anyway? they just rob you

  2. Bargrove

    Bargrove said, about 3 years ago

    But the moon never looks like that at night. It points toward the sun and that would make it like 10 am.

  3. Magician19

    Magician19 said, about 3 years ago

    How about that in neither picture are the accountants feet touching the ground? When walking (unless he is running with his hands at his sides) at least one foot has to be in contact with the ground at all times.

  4. teddyr

    teddyr said, about 3 years ago

    No the moon gave it away as it would have traveled from left to right and would have been lower not higher as the time progressed, and would not have traveled from right to left.

  5. TheWildSow

    TheWildSow said, about 3 years ago

    Northern sky or southern sky, actually. The moon always rises in the east and sets in the west.

  6. TheWildSow

    TheWildSow said, about 3 years ago


    The illuminated side (curved edge) points to the sun — the cusps (points) point away from the sun. The moon in the first pic, a waning crescent, is pretty accurate assuming they’re in the northern hemisphere – except that the curve should be pointing down (toward the sun, which is still below the horizon) and the cusps should be pointing up!

  7. TheWildSow

    TheWildSow said, about 3 years ago


    Here’s how to remember which way the moon faces, if you’re in the northern hemisphere.
    The New Moon is No Moon (it’s near the sun.)
    The Waxing Crescent & Waxing Gibbous are lit on the right (leading) side as they follow the sun across the sky. Since they resemble the letter D, remember this is the “Debut Moon.”
    The Full Moon, rising around sunset, is Fully across the sky from the sun.
    The Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent, rising ahead of the sun, are lit on the left (trailing) side, and resemble the letter C. The “Conclusion” of the Moon’s cycle.
    And now that yinz know this, you will always be able to call out “Wrong Moon” in art, cartoons, etc!
    [/Astronomy pedant]

  8. the wolf

    the wolf said, about 3 years ago

    re run I think

  9. Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist said, about 3 years ago

    The same old stereotyped solution as always.

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