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ginnypotter
ginnypotter

Nov-5-2005 12:26

Well, in the paper, anyway:

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1130954356542&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FPrinter

(Say hi to O. from an ex-NA'er if you read this, David :) ).

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Nomad

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Nomad

Nov-5-2005 14:24

To the gumshoe who wrote this, Thank you!

You summed us up wonderfully. Did you catch the addiction as bad as the rest of us?

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Tale Spinner

Nov-5-2005 16:06

Wow. That's a cool review. Do I detect a supressed desire to become a mystery author on the part of the journalist?

Moonshh
Moonshh
Well-Connected

Nov-5-2005 23:10

I enjoyed reading this! Not only that, but I bookmarked it. Maybe now I can have people who don't get what I am doing on here read this instead of explaining it? It might even be useful to newbies, in summing up the game (except no one get any ideas about taking that "angle of the cigarette in the ashtray" part literally!)

*adds to mod picks*

*wonders how long the link will stay good*

reda
reda
Well-Connected

Nov-6-2005 03:20

LOL "If you get really good at Sleuth, you can even open your own detective agency and really rake it in, getting other detectives to work for you, while you travel the Sleuth world giving speeches and taking on "high profile" cases"

Speeches? ;)

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Nomad

Nov-6-2005 07:06

That's true Reda. And I hate to tell him this, but most of my agents have more money than I do!

Moonshh
Moonshh
Well-Connected

Nov-6-2005 12:06

I figured that posting on these boards was kind of like giving speeches. Although I never seem to receive an honorarium...and I thought the high profile cases might be the treasure hunts...as to having other agents work for you, gumshoes are notorious mavericks who like to be their own bosses. At least, this is what I have noticed in my career here. Either that, or they stop showing up for work! Still, I've had a few good "employees" in my time, so I suppose I can't argue that point too much.

*still liked the article*

Colonel Shanty
Colonel Shanty

Nov-6-2005 12:20

I think the article was superb. Great job, whoever who wrote the article!

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