Super Sleuths

I don’t know if that’s actually the name of a bar. But if it’s not, somebody out there is just leaving money on the table.

Speaking of money, and…uh…tables, I guess? The Kickstarter campaign for volume 1 is (hopefully) set to start on Monday! However, it may take longer to get the thing approved/get my Amazon payments account verified, so it may end up being later in the week. Don’t worry, you’ll know when it happens. I’m going to be very irritating about it for about 30 days or so.

Only the world’s greatest detectives follow the Superbitch Twitter and Facebook feeds. I don’t actually have any evidence of this, but I’m sure there’s at least one of them in there.

  • David Nuttall

    As a math tutor, I am thinking I should have a few sessions with those ladies, to help them understand the math a little better. It is actually bent at an obtuse 135 degrees. Yup, they aren’t good at this, even allowing for the math mistakes.

    • Undine

      That is definitely an acute angle. Stop trying to sound smarter than you actually are.

      • Brian Mann

        It’s on flat ground. It depends on which side you’re measuring, which I assume was the joke.

      • David Nuttall

        I was commenting on the detail of her saying is it bent at 45 degrees. That would mean that it has been bent from straight by 45 degrees, which would like something like your obtuse angle.image. To bend from straight to the acute angle indicated would require bending it by 135 degrees. The detail is in the grammar and makes so much of a difference.

  • GKale

    Any excuse to hit up a bar.

  • Eric Meissner

    This is why you go with your strengths and delegate to make up for weaknesses. Get some overworked nerd to do the investigation to tell you where to punch. (Please, note, as a nerd, I do not mean “nerd” to be insulting).

  • Sabrina Pandora

    It all just adds up to happy hour, no matter how you approach it.

  • Craig Huffman

    This sounds just like ‘The Da Vinci Code’ by Dan Brown. lol