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A hard-boiled look at the NY crime scene through the eyes of one of the city’s most capable detectives.
Protecting and serving the country since 1912. Looking forward to 2020, while the wind is still at our back.
Clues Start Here
Young Henry Flattery’s first words on the morning of April 10, 1912 were “a person could die of thirst around here.”
He may have been foreshadowing, but it could explain why he always preferred his Scotch neat, not on ice. It may also explain why he took extra long at confession that day. He would be celebrating his 17th birthday aboard the next boat out of Queenstown and while he didn’t really have anything to confess, he wanted to be prepared, just in case.
He missed the boat, but he figured the penance would be worth it: he gave his fake ticket to a friend to pass on to the first American sucker they met. Spoiler Alert: It was Leonardo DiCaprio.
O hell, here comes our funeral!
O pest, I’ll miss the post!
In the name of Annah the Allmaziful, the Everliving, the Bringer of Plurabilities, haloed be her eve, her singtime sung, her rill be run, unhemmed as it is uneven!
As requested, we did not spend your pennies on birth control for pagans. As a result, pagan baby grandchildren are here for free healthcare and college education.
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On second thought,
we’ll call you.