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With Jimmy the Quirk hot on his heels—wearing the monkey mask, no less!—Henry hit the gas pedal hard.
Buy a Picasso and agree to sell it for a handsome profit, then just before completing the deal, poke a hole in the painting and sue the insurance company for the 59 million dollars in lost value, which should be, if you’re playing your cards right, more than what you paid for the painting in the first place; oh yeah, one more thing, you get to keep the painting.
Detectives Fennel and Caraway trampled the scene of the crime, tracking in the reddish brown cinnamon-like dirt through out the residence; “Dammit,” thought Paprika, “Another murder, another floor to clean.”
Everyone moved slow around Jimmy the Quirk, on account of his jumpy trigger finger.
The loud exhaust fan in the men’s room disguised most of the incriminating noises.
After a short stint of being a santa’s helper somewhere in my late teens (and a result being one of the few people world wide that possibly includes a reference from santa with the odd job application) I was shocked to discover that Santa is a creepy old guy - my friend pointed out today over lunch that break and entry and watching children a little too closely were not things that nice people did - I had to concede that the evidence was compelling and now have to live with the guilt that I put effort into convincing other folk that he’s just a jovial old man - I’m telling you because I want it on public record that I’m ashamed to have been part of such a huge conspiracy.
Rufus thinks it’s probably a bad idea to Twitter that he’s thinking about robbing the convenience store, but my friend Schuster thinks it’s a good idea because maybe the clerk will Twitter back and give away how much money’s in the register.
The gang decided to go with the most complicated plan, so if things went wrong, they wouldn't be surprised.
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