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This Weeks Twister

Twister #43

January 30, 2020

Art Bragg claimed that, while on an African safari hunting a vicious lion, he slipped and broke his foot. Not to be put off, he managed to continue on long enough to track the lion and kill it. Then he said that while he was at the North Pole during the dead of winter, he caught a terrible cold, but was still able to track and kill a polar bear. Then, to top it off, while in a small boat off the coast of Florida, he was able to catch and land a shark, in spite of the fact that his arm was badly sprained. Although Art's tales are hard to believe, on what point do you know he's lying.

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Twister #42

January 23, 2020

Mr. Dodgers and the children in the neighbourhood are raking leaves at Mr. Dodger's house. They have three piles of leaves in the back yard and seven piles of leaves in the front yard. When Mr. Dodgers and the children put all the piles together, how many piles of leaves will they have?

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Twister #41

January 16, 2020

A local jewelry store was robbed and the sack containing the stolen jewels was found several miles from town in some bushes. Shadow had two suspects, Sid Shady and Sam Slug, but made no attempt to investigate or interrogate either of them. Two days later, Shadow summoned both Slug and Shady to his office and promptly arrested the guilty party. Without any investigative work, how could Shadow be certain of arresting the right man?

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