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Get-a-Clue: Daily Mystery
Discuss the Get-a-Clue daily mystery.

So people know which Get-a-Clue you are discussing, please include the title and date of the puzzle you are referring to. Have fun!

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Rebecca Valencia - 10:25am Feb 18, 2004 PST(#219 of 515)

I liked the story very much!!!!!!

Emily Bode - 03:33pm Feb 19, 2004 PST(#220 of 515)

I LOVED IT that is so much funn!!!!!!!

Marie Anntoinette - 06:39am Feb 22, 2004 PST(#221 of 515)

That was the easiest thing I have ever done. If it says it was doing something like the fire was going and the paintings gone he probably did just that.

Amar Crow - 07:47am Mar 2, 2004 PST(#222 of 515)

It was.......intereating.

Anna Fleisch - 05:39am Mar 5, 2004 PST(#223 of 515)

5 March 2004 Murder Goes Wrong. The killer is supposed to be blind. How then did he know there was left-over beer in the suicide's glass?

Rik Shepherd - 05:51am Mar 5, 2004 PST(#224 of 515)
Another belief of mine: that everyone else my age is an adult, whereas I am merely in disguise (Margaret Atwood)

Same way as a blind person knows there's beer left in their own glass, I'd guess :o)

Mark Trimble - 08:50am Mar 9, 2004 PST(#225 of 515)

It was the dubmest story i ever read!!!!

Mellisa Rodgers - 07:22am Mar 11, 2004 PST(#226 of 515)

Mark I am with you on that comment all the way. a/s/l

DariusT - 10:08am Mar 15, 2004 PST(#227 of 515)

Hollywood Hardball is Grrreat.

gregor leep - 01:27pm Mar 17, 2004 PST(#228 of 515)

the poison patty one was good

Terry Patrick - 12:18pm Mar 22, 2004 PST(#229 of 515)

Hollywood Hardball was a good mystery. We are a 6th grade reading class and we like good mysteries.

James Holmes - 12:48am Mar 23, 2004 PST(#230 of 515)

The story was wonderful-wasn't it?

James Holmes - 12:51am Mar 23, 2004 PST(#231 of 515)

The story was OK. After all, when you eliminate the impossible, the one that remains is the truth, is it not?

Thank you, my dear audience, thank you!

James Holmes - 01:17am Mar 23, 2004 PST(#232 of 515)

I hope you would exuse me if I criticise your little story saying it was too short and well, seemed rather silly? After all, Master Mark Thimble would agree with me, would he not? You may realise that the man who is saying this is a little more famous and experienced than yourself, my dear Conrad. I would be much obliged if you could produce something that needs real brainwork. I hope you would not think I am boasting if I enlighten you that I, myself, solved this mystery at the first clue. Too easy, if I may say so! (And, by the way, I am not James holmes, I am Sherlock Holmes.)

Amar Crow - 08:02am Mar 24, 2004 PST(#233 of 515)

This was an interesting play on words

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