When you compare the two, its almost like the past and present are seeing a mirror image of each other. They are the same size (6-1, 240 lbs.) and have the same intangibles.
by Nickels-and-Sense 8 years ago
If your mirror image attacked you, how would you defend against yourself?
by carol stanley 6 years ago
Does anyone know how to create a mirror image of a picture with apple computer?I am trying to create mirror image of a piece of artwork for t-shirts...Anyone know how that works on apple????
by Sinclair Miller III 6 years ago
Is Patrick Willis the most complete linebacker in the NFL?Patrick Willis has been nothing short of a beast in his 6 years in the NFL as Willis has gone to the Pro Bowl every year.
by TT 4 years ago
Who was the biggest retirement surprise from the NFL? Kyle Orton, Patrick Willis, Jason Worilds?
by Stclairjack 8 years ago
How do I invert an image?trying to use inkjet friendly iron on transfer paper to uilt a keepsake quilt with photo blocks, dont ant the lettering to be dislexic. I have windows vista on home lap top and windows 7 on the notebook
by alexandriaruthk 7 years ago
NFL- What are the effects of Ray Lewis absence to the Ravens team?Lewis is a big factor in the Ravens team, psychologically and physically, he plays with passion and inspire the team, plus he is also a formidable linebacker. What is the effect of his absence in the remaining football season...
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