Thursday, August 25, 2011


I'm glad I'm not an elevator repair man because if I ever made a mistake, I'd be wrong on every level.

Amazing what one learns from the creases and folds of a cowboy hat. (Dexter, I'm thinking of you, brother).

Have you ever wondered how boards are cut from trees? Here's a sculpture to inform you.

The case that helped forensics consider the science of fingerprinting.

"Patience and Tranquility of mind contribute more to cure our distempers [than] the whole of medicine." (Wolfgang Amadeus  Mozart, written in English, to Johann Georg Kronauer, a language teacher, 30 March 1787)

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