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Wed Jun-27-12 11:51 AMby bonniers

Snicker. That's pretty funny.

I notice that most of the forensics-based crime shows simply replace Sherlock Holmes with a crime lab and a computer database.

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How mysteries are solved [View all] , Weird Jim, Tue Jun-26-12 05:21 PM
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RE: How mysteries are solved, RavenCorbie, Jun 27th 2012, #2
RE: How mysteries are solved, bonniers, Jun 27th 2012 #3

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