Hey, rakka, if you have 10.2, Sherlock 3 has a great dictionary, probably one of the best general ones, the American Heritage Dictionary. It's very convenient.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Me too. Can't watch them when hubby is working graveyard, I get scared. But I like sitcoms too. And Trading Spaces/Changing Rooms/While You Were Out type shows. I mostly have it on while I'm on the computer though. I like the Mummy stuff and Ancient Egypt/Rome and Shipwreck/Historical.<br>Rick went on 4 12 hour days yesterday so he leaves just before I get home and gets home right after I leave. So I won't see him now until Friday night. It's kinda weird, we are sharing a house but never see one another. I smelled his coffee when I got home last night. Oh well *sigh* I guess we will adjust. He will get Fri,Sat,Sun,Mon off so I will see him then. And then I can watch the creepy shows again.<br><br>Cheers, iRock<br>There are two major products that come out of Berkeley: LSD and [Unix] BSD. We don't believe this to be a coincidence.<br>Jeremy S. Anderson
#15961 - 10/02/0201:01 PMRe: If You're into Skulls
I have often wondered how they can recreate someone's face with just the skull to work with. When you think about it, it is a real art. Most skulls have the same general structure, but somehow, they can put a face on it that is similar to the original.<br>Go figure.<br><br>
Yoyo - that's a great link - thanks! My interest in skulls is more from an artistic standpoint - not only are they fascinating in and of themselves to draw, but in trying to illustrate the outside of a human or animal it's a big help to understand the underlying anatomical structures. I also thought the skulls in culture section was an interesting addition to the site. I was once a young and ardent Deadhead and therefore naturally intrigued with skull imagery of any kind.<br><br>
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