Baker's Dozen II

Crimes

  1. Embezzlement
  2. Grand larceny
  3. Sedition
  4. Loitering
  5. Murder
  6. Fishing without a license
  7. Treason
  8. Obstruction of justice
  9. Adultery
  10. Theft
  11. Felonious assault
  12. Forgery

Crimes

  1. Embezzlement
  2. Grand larceny
  3. Sedition
  4. Loitering
  5. Murder
  6. Fishing without a license
  7. Treason
  8. Obstruction of justice
  9. Adultery
  10. Theft
  11. Felonious assault
  12. Forgery
  13. Manslaughter

Which reminds me of my cat committing “handslaughter” as Mark Parisi calls it in his “My Cat the Criminal” series: https://www.offthemark.com/image/cache/data/cartoons/2020-03-12C-380x480.gif https://www.offthemark.com/image/cache/data/cartoons/2021-11-29C-240x331.gif My Cat The Criminal Runs Stop Sign, Identity Theft, Rat Smuggling & Lap Kidnapping - off the mark cartoons

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People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’

-“BB”-

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’
  5. Julius Peppers

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’
  5. Julius Peppers
  6. Miss Lemon - several Christie novels and short stories featuring Hercule Poirot

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’
  5. Julius Peppers
  6. Miss Lemon - several Christie novels and short stories featuring Hercule Poirot
  7. Harry Lime - The Third Man

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’
  5. Julius Peppers
  6. Miss Lemon - several Christie novels and short stories featuring Hercule Poirot
  7. Harry Lime - The Third Man
  8. Darryl Strawberry -baseball star

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’
  5. Julius Peppers
  6. Miss Lemon - several Christie novels and short stories featuring Hercule Poirot
  7. Harry Lime - The Third Man
  8. Darryl Strawberry -baseball star
  9. William of Orange - King of the UK and the Netherlands

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’
  5. Julius Peppers
  6. Miss Lemon - several Christie novels and short stories featuring Hercule Poirot
  7. Harry Lime - The Third Man
  8. Darryl Strawberry -baseball star
  9. William of Orange - King of the UK and the Netherlands
  10. Peter Pears - British Tenor

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’
  5. Julius Peppers
  6. Miss Lemon - several Christie novels and short stories featuring Hercule Poirot
  7. Harry Lime - The Third Man
  8. Darryl Strawberry -baseball star
  9. William of Orange - King of the UK and the Netherlands
  10. Peter Pears - British Tenor
  11. Dr. Frank N. Furter - Rocky Horror Picture Show

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’
  5. Julius Peppers
  6. Miss Lemon - several Christie novels and short stories featuring Hercule Poirot
  7. Harry Lime - The Third Man
  8. Darryl Strawberry -baseball star
  9. William of Orange - King of the UK and the Netherlands
  10. Peter Pears - British Tenor
  11. Dr. Frank N. Furter - Rocky Horror Picture Show
  12. Anthony Wiener - former U.S. Representative

People, real or fictional, whose name contains a food

  1. Professor Plum - Clue
  2. Fiona Apple
  3. Greg Ham - Men at Work saxophonist
  4. Edgar Rice Burroughs – author / creator of ‘Tarzan’ and 'John Carter’
  5. Julius Peppers
  6. Miss Lemon - several Christie novels and short stories featuring Hercule Poirot
  7. Harry Lime - The Third Man
  8. Darryl Strawberry -baseball star
  9. William of Orange - King of the UK and the Netherlands
  10. Peter Pears - British Tenor
  11. Dr. Frank N. Furter - Rocky Horror Picture Show
  12. Anthony Wiener - former U.S. Representative
  13. Angelica, Tommy, and Dil Pickles – characters on Nickelodeon’s Rugrats TV show

Fictional US Military Bases from Film or TV (name/source)

  1. Fort Courage – F Troop

-“BB”-

Fictional US Military Bases from Film or TV (name/source)

  1. Fort Courage – F Troop
  2. Camp Henderson - Gomer Pyle, USMC

Fictional US Military Bases from Film or TV (name/source)

  1. Fort Courage – F Troop
  2. Camp Henderson - Gomer Pyle, USMC
  3. Fort Joe Smith - Starship Troopers (founded by Mormon settlers)

Fictional US Military Bases from Film or TV (name/source)

  1. Fort Courage – F Troop
  2. Camp Henderson - Gomer Pyle, USMC
  3. Fort Joe Smith - Starship Troopers (founded by Mormon settlers)
  4. Camp Hollister - Major Dad

Fictional US Military Bases from Film or TV (name/source)

  1. Fort Courage – F Troop
  2. Camp Henderson - Gomer Pyle, USMC
  3. Fort Joe Smith - Starship Troopers (founded by Mormon settlers)
  4. Camp Hollister - Major Dad
  5. Fort Baxter - The Phil Silvers Show

Fictional US Military Bases from Film or TV (name/source)

  1. Fort Courage – F Troop
  2. Camp Henderson - Gomer Pyle, USMC
  3. Fort Joe Smith - Starship Troopers (founded by Mormon settlers)
  4. Camp Hollister - Major Dad
  5. Fort Baxter - The Phil Silvers Show
  6. Taratupa - McHale’s Navy

Fictional US Military Bases from Film or TV (name/source)

  1. Fort Courage – F Troop
  2. Camp Henderson - Gomer Pyle, USMC
  3. Fort Joe Smith - Starship Troopers (founded by Mormon settlers)
  4. Camp Hollister - Major Dad
  5. Fort Baxter - The Phil Silvers Show
  6. Taratupa - McHale’s Navy
  7. Fort Arnold - Stripes

Historically, there was a Fort Arnold in the 1700s named after Benedict Arnold. After his treason, the base was renamed West Point.