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  1. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz about 1 month ago

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

  2. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz about 1 month ago

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

  3. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz about 1 month 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.

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

  5. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 4 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.

  6. Michael McMillan commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    I have an odd feeling about where all of this is going. Ever seen Annie and Moon Maid together? Thought so.

  7. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 5 months ago

    Officer— Arrest that cartoonist!
    Assuming for a moment that the bookkeeper did it, the problems mentioned by Robert are staggering already. add to that the deafening issue of firing two shots in your car, and you have a bookkeeper saying “What, what did you say?” a lot.

    About the reason for arresting the cartoonist— lying. He says all the clues needed to come up with the right answer are in the cartoon. So, show me the tape recorder. Come on, it’s gotta be there somewhere!

  8. Michael McMillan commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    I was wrong. It seems my thought, that he fell while using both hands to steady the gun, wasn’t exactly right.

    Montana’s been practicing with that rifle, bet he doesn’t miss much at the range.

  9. Michael McMillan commented on Dick Tracy 5 months ago

    “One hand for the ship, and one hand for yourself.” That’s something I thought was basic for anybody trying to climb tall structures. Angus had no safety harness, so he would always need one hand to hold onto the tower. I can’t be sure, but I think I see him using both hands to aim the gun in panel #2. The “Krak” was his own gun and the fact is that his aim was spoiled by his own fall. Probably tried to shoot as he began falling, hoping to get the detective as his last dying act.

  10. Michael McMillan commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 5 months ago

    OK. Looking at actual clues, I think I might rule out suspect #2. The victim was strangled, and that takes some strength that suspect #2 is not likely to have since the victim undoubtedly would have struggled.
    After that— Wittichs has a point, most people change clothes from one day to the next just on general principles. It would take a search warrant to find the clothes of the killer in the hamper— assuming he didn’t dispose of them in a dumpster somewhere. I have three male suspects, counting the neighbor who is doing his imitation of Sergeant Schultz. No clear indication either convicting or exonerating any of them.