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Try to do that with a web map ;)

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Try to do that with a web map ;)


There's really thin flatscreens these days...

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Wow! What substrate did they print that thing on?

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Ha - cool way to get the key from the other side of the door. Love the hair that never gets mussed up.

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Finally, some appreciation!
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I thing the duct tape should have been enough to plug the hole at the end :ph34r: But still... much prettier that way ;)

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Ha - cool way to get the key from the other side of the door. Love the hair that never gets mussed up.


That reminds me of a fun parlor puzzle. Challenge someone to find a way to have one person stand on one side of a map and another person on the other in such a way that they cannot touch each other. The solution involves a door.

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