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posted June 11, 2019

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June 11, 2019

Katie

Interesting... so, gov't coverup? Or random psychopaths using gov't uniforms as cover? But why come oo the woodwork at all? Why show themselves to the local sheriff when they could've picked up that body themselves any time before he found it. Or just left it there to rot, it's not like it was particularly informative.

Hmm... perhaps they didn't know about the body until the sheriff mentioned it over the radio? implying they weren't the killers. Maybe more of a cleanup crew for someone/something else.

One question answered, a million more asked. I wish I could write like that. And nice touch at the end, reminding us of Fink's prosopagnosia.

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June 13, 2019

AgentFink

Always a pleasure to read your take away, Katie ;)

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June 13, 2019

Destiny Books

Ahhh! What's happening to their faces!?

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June 13, 2019

AgentFink

lol- remember, this is how I draw Fink's POV-- generic faces. :)
we've seen it before a few times, but it has been a while.

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August 3, 2019

The Doodler

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March 25, 2020

...(RockB)

Well, not that difficult:
- Sheriff Logan: Wears light hat.
- Dawn Knotts: Wears baseball cap.
- Joseph Yazzie: Wears a less light hat and a string around his collar.

(I had this condition temporarily once or twice in my life, or something similar. The faces had noses but looked "generic" in a way that I couldn't remember who was who. The strongest/worst was when I didn't recognize a classmate from school because he wore a motorcycle helmet that covered his hair. I could see his face just fine, from maybe 4 ft away. He was speaking to me and I had no idea who that guy was. The next day he told me about it and that I had a weird look on my face when he was talking to me.
So, never ask me to identify a body.)

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