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I’d expect warning labels are on those things, but…
And if Aquarius had a past involving drugs, dad would know. And try to blackmail his kid. Great family.
Come on! Why are you assuming they “don’t have anything else that isn’t common knowledge”? The boss clearly knows Alex longer and better than we do; it’s safe to think he would know about any past drug use/selling he may have been involved in. (1) IF Alex has a past involving drugs and (2) the dead drug dealer lived in the Bellum house, it’s logical to think Alex is involved.
Not another ‘from left field’ Sunday! After all the build-up of the fake gas leak, I was looking forward to today’s strip. Instead, we got another “something completely different” strip like the one with Ted Tellum. I really don’t need another log thrown on the fire.
The Lede had to have then entire content of the story summed up, on the assumption that the reader would go no further than the first graph. Been there, done that: I was a newspaper reporter.
Let’s see: in addition to this, we have Tiger Lily, Pouch and Aquarius all on their own plans, Tracy and Sam with their plan to check on Auntie AND find Tiger Lily. No shortage of things happening in this story!
In the last year, I’ve been losing hair. I wish I’d saved it; I’ve lost enough so far to make a pair of mittens. I may keep wearing my wooly hat all year.
Well, Cheesecake managed to find her phone and the door. I wonder how many others she left in the place. I don’t know about Auntie, but C-cake needs supervision.
Under the best of circs, she’s not the brightest bulb; on coke, she’s lucky to find the door.
Will she even recognize the odor? Or will she get someone to check? Nah… Pouch will be stuck in his car waiting and waiting for the brain dead to notice.