New Experiment (just for fun)

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Re: New Experiment (just for fun)

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Bill Schade wrote: Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:02 pm Lee Harvey Oswald accused assassin of President John F Kennedy, Novembr 1963
Was that ID verified by someone Bill? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Nope

It was a "basic" inked print comparison and did not need verification. It was technical clerical work
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What is the story behind this?:
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Paul Bunyan left his fingerprint on his ninja throwing star? (sorry: "shuriken")?


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The only ninja to wear plaid.
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Sure he can!
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Not sure whether this qualifies on this topic but wondered if any member had noticed the wonderful patterns in the carpet at a certain International Airport - partial shoe included for context...
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Steve Everist wrote: Fri Jan 18, 2019 7:57 am What is the story behind this?:
It's called the Tunstall Shard. Robert Erskine is the sculptor. It's the second image in the gallery here: http://www.roberterskine.com/portfolio.html
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The Queen's English sure looks funny to this Yankee!
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Afis21 wrote: Wed Jan 23, 2019 5:02 pm Not sure whether this qualifies on this topic but wondered if any member had noticed the wonderful patterns in the carpet at a certain International Airport - partial shoe included for context...
Although I wasn't able to find the carpet, I did find out that this site exists: http://carpetsforairports.com/
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First (civil) profession to get fingerprinted in the US? Bonus for the person's name...Another bonus for the person's name the rolled the first professional's fingerprints!
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It was a firefighter in New York; his name was James Johnson and he was fingerprinted on Dec. 19, 1902. He was printed by none other than Henry de Forest!
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How about this one?
Where is it and how did you find it?
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The University of Michigan-Flint’s 50th anniversary landmark.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/truewolve ... 4994942586


I found it with Google, Steve......
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Boyd Baumgartner wrote: Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:48 pm
I found it with Google, Steve......
It's not called finding it with Google when you wait until I get up and walk away, and then go around to my computer where the image is still up - even if it was in Google, Boyd...
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