Whadda ya wanna know? And why do ya wanna know it?
Are you always this cheerful, or do you save it to share with us?
By God, you’re right, Avenger! Well, the $10,000 part. He may be convinced she’s guilty, but he hasn’t “found her guilty” (although you do sound like a defense attorney fighting her case. That’s when they’d go on to ask if he’d had any other suspects, and try to make it seem as if Tracy were being lazy and not working the case properly).
Joe’s not on vacation; he’s been working for DC Comics on a new book with E-Man, a humorous super-hero he co-created for Charleton Comics. I hope they keep the book true to the style of the Charleton stories; DC has gone so far into dark and bloodthirsty, I gave up on them long ago. Last I looked, they made Wolverine seem like Jerry Lewis.
Only space for so many little letters in them balloons, Don.
I think you’re right. People like Big Margie believe they’re ‘too smart’ to get caught.
If they pay any taxes at all. That makes them smart!
Good morning, Vista Bill! My computer’s finally letting me comment after 6 pm. Maybe I should say good morning for tomorrow, too!
I don’t think she should have been left to mind the store alone.
Not yet. Let’s see where they go… And who they meet.
I hope they’ve changed cars from the cruiser they had last time.