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  1. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 4 days ago

    I did it. In the library. With a candlestick.
    Mwa-hahahaha!!!

  2. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 17 days ago

    “You just can’t get good help these days” he said while crawling out from under the car with a hacksaw in his hand…
    Note that in most cars, at least two hydraulic lines have to be compromised, and this has to be done at the master cylinder to have it be just two. The lines split pretty quickly after that to feed the four wheels.

  3. Michael McMillan commented on Alley Oop 18 days ago

    So, he’s going fishing. Has a trolling motor.

    You know, I did my best trolling without a motor. I’d get my boat upwind of the area I wanted to fish, set my oars to drag in the water to keep the boat lined up, then trailed my lures astern of the boat. No appreciable noise— at least from a motor— so nothing to spook the fish. It worked, better than this seems to be working so far.

  4. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 19 days ago

    I’m trying to imagine cutting brake CABLES doing much. Sure, your parking/emergency brakes are cable operated— but the brakes you use ALL THE TIME are hydraulic. You can cut every cable in the car and it won’t affect the hydraulic brakes.

    OK, I admit it might not mean much—- but in a strip notorious for slipping in stuff that isn’t normally noticeable—- yeah, I’m outing the inspector as an incompetent mechanic.

  5. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 25 days ago

    It’s Inspector Danger. I knew as soon as it was stated that Dick had a license for a gun that Dick didn’t do it. This is standard stuff.
    Something is stolen and it was insured? Arrest the owner, it’s an insurance scam! There’s security footage showing the thief taking stuff from the office? Arrest the security officer, he’s the real thief and he doctored the camera footage to frame the other guy. A guy is shot, and two brothers each stand to inherit a fortune, one is known to have a gun and the other doesn’t? Arrest the non-gun-owner, he stole his brother’s gun to frame the innocent for murder.

    See how easy this is? So easy that the only way Inspector Danger could get a conviction is if the guilty party confesses.

  6. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 3 months ago

    W.W.O. did it! Arrest him, officer!

  7. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 4 months ago

    People do still use paper instead of email for something like this. Paper gives the official “stamp of approval” that email lacks.

  8. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 4 months ago

    I have a suggestion. How about some— oh, I don’t know—- actual PROOF that the landlady did it? Based on the evidence given here, you couldn’t convict the Pope of being Catholic, much less convict the landlady of murder.

    You could say of course that whoever did do this did a sloppy job of stage-managing, but apart from that there isn’t proof to convict.

  9. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 6 months ago

    This is one where the clue is Inspector Danger’s own behavior. He knew before he put his suit on what was up. The way I can tell— his reaction to being told why he was meeting “His highness”. Ten gets you one that Inspector Danger never rescued the dignitary’s sons, and knew he was being lied to.

  10. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 6 months ago

    It’s an Inspector Danger comic. The clue is in the first panel today. Whenever a missing/stolen item is insured, it’s ALWAYS insurance fraud and the victim is always the criminal. That never seems to vary in these comics.