I'm busy with too many things, so Dick Tracy is the only strip I read regularly these days.
LOL, I can’t argue with that. Sometimes, typos are more accurate than the intended text.
It’s not bad, but a bit of minor tailoring could have improved it.
Good morning™, everyone!
Eccentric is his excuse? Good thing I’m not eccentric (I think).
Repeating a comment I wrote yesterday, the original Aldus Manutius. was a pioneer in printing and publishing. Among other things, he is credited with being the first person to print things in italics.
The other victim is named after William Caxton (c. 1422 – c. 1491), the first person to bring a printing press to England and the first to sell books to the general public. “Wilhelmina” is the feminine form of “William.”
We are looking at a very literary case here.
From what we learned from Wichita1.0 the other day, this probably was not originally written as a Dick Tracy story, so it probably was originally supposed to take place in another time and place.
Miss Marple would surprise me too much, if not for the fact that it’s a guess writer.
There might be clues, but not much yet. This is longer that one of those 2-week Minit Mysteries. Dick will look for clues soon, I’m sure.
Actually, I guess we are not talking about police dogs, but mostly family pets killed in self-defense by police.
The number seems to come from The Atlantic, which cites a Police magazine interview with a Justice official estimating that dogs are killed every day, but I’m not sure where the Atlantic got the 25 to 30 figure.
I wonder how they arrive at this conclusion. I’ve seen numerous examples where the death of a police dog is a really big deal, making those big mubers hard to believe.
He could be off. We’ll have to see who comes to investigate this new find.
Supposedly, their tolerance for waiting has finally run out.