The one and only!
I want to put a comic book word bubble above your last pic that will read, "Dude: did anyone see what happened to my car?"
Actually, there is a serious side to all of this. The FBI enlists the help of other law enforcement agencies throughout the country to help it out on big cases. For example, the Oklahoma City bombing had literally hundreds of people from other agencies from surrounding states (and beyond) to help work that awful tragedy. That scene was worked 24/7 until it was completed. It takes a bunch of folks to make that happen. The Feds just don't have that much manpower. So, they provide the training and we come a-runnin' when they need us. I've been called out once so far by them and I'm used frequently by our own bomb squad (believe it nor not, California is the Pipe Bomb Capital of the Nation!).
I've also been through arson school. Same drill: you get to burn stuff up and then go find out the cause and origin. Working arson cases is one of the most interesting aspects of my job IMO.
I feel very fortunate to have fallen into such an interesting job (I had planned on becoming a teacher but fate had other ideas). You can imagine there's a lot to the job that's not so appealing as well.
(j/k: cool job and the work you do is very important to the cause of justice. For that I commend you.)
Note to self: Do not cross Jedi Kal-El. He is clearly Yakuza.
Me and my wife at a Popeye's (no not the fast food chicken chain) in Lake Geneva Wisconsin this past Wednesday evening.
Here is another picture from my weekend retreat, I am hiding a dollar bill in what is known as the money game. You find dollar bills in the room that other guests have left hidden. They fill out a journal with clues, and you try to find as many as possible. Then you take one of your own dollars and add it to the ones left in the room. Our clue was "not in the bed".