802. The murderer’s name is…


Creighton had just enough time to look up from his typing at the computer to see the murder weapon descend.

Quickly he typed:

The murderer’s name is: hfdgsdjkswjhopnijkfghhhhhhhhhhsfsggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg g g g

If he hadn’t been so fastidious about putting in the apostrophe in “murderer’s”, he might have managed to type out the first two letters of his wife’s name, and she wouldn’t be cavorting around on the sunlit beaches of Grecian isles with her toy-boy lover.

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26 thoughts on “802. The murderer’s name is…

    1. Bruce Goodman Post author

      It was a pleasure bringing it to you… !
      CRISIS HERE!!! All my photos on my computer – since Adam was a boy – have disappeared off my computer. 40,336 photos apparently! I never realized there were so many photos… but a couple every year and it soon piles up! And of course the computer went and backed-up over night and excluded all the pictures! So I shall possibly be in too much of a panic today to respond to too many comments!

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  1. Bruce Goodman Post author

    Quite so – if he had typed “The murderers name is…” instead of “The murderer’s name is…” the investigating detectives might very well have concluded that there were several murderers with the same name, for example they might all have been called Bill.

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  2. Rustic Recluse

    Hohoho, if the grammar nazis could be convinced. (Ironically, just before reading this, I’d texted a message that had an extra apostrophe at “it’s” – which should have been its). The evils of Apostrophe.

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