a great detecting story

17 February 2010 at 20:19 Leave a comment

Every once in a while, someone writes a really great detective story.

With its requisite bit of footwork in a dodgy place:

The first thing I had to do was collect a lot of samples. The key is to attempt to collect both regular and irregular cards in the wild, so I went to the SEG / Hua Qian Bei district and wandered around the gray markets there.

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Entry filed under: huh, think.

What a winter 16 March [1978], London

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