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Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz by Werner Wejp-Olsen for April 12, 2021

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    comic4matt  2 months ago

    A pretty good explanation this week. I’m glad i caught it.

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    joe piglet Premium Member 2 months ago

    I couldn’t get over the crabby inspector in this comic, grmmmmm humans mmgrmm boards on their mmm feet. Grrr wind blew tracks grrrr! Grrmmm all 3 like ggrrrrmmm boards.

    Inspector, “Glad it was murder, that gets three skiers in jail and off the roads.”

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    dwindy54  2 months ago

    Please, cut us a break. How did his boots for into the bindings?

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    Chodzin Premium Member 2 months ago

    He’s still gripping the poles (incorrectly by the way) after that fall? I believe it was the random police official from the first panel. He wasn’t wearing a coat and his shoulder epaulets are not aligned, obviously put on in haste. He confessed when confronted

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    Wizard of Ahz-no relation  2 months ago

    I am not a skier. a g/f got me on them once, cross country and while heading down a road with an s curve realized I didn’t know how to stop, ‘snow plow! snow plow!" she yelled jumping up and down and looking great doing it but I thought she was saying there was a truck with a blade behind me and don’t stop. Things went pretty loony-tunes from there.

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    Down to 102  2 months ago

    As in Monopoly, I took the ‘Just Visiting’ corner at Granite Peak.

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    sid w  2 months ago

    Since the skis are fit to the boots, it is strange that the mixed up skis actually fit on his boots. Besides, when he fell down a cliff, the skis would certainly have released. If they had failed to release, his legs would have been grotesquely mangled, which they are not. So, none of this makes sense, and the guilty party is clearly named Werner Wejp-Olsen

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