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 11 years ago
If your mirror image attacked you, how would you defend against yourself?
by carol stanley 9 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 Troy Taylor 7 years ago
Who was the biggest retirement surprise from the NFL? Kyle Orton, Patrick Willis, Jason Worilds?
by Sinclair Miller III 10 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 Stclairjack 11 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 Ruchira 11 years ago
When you look in the mirror...what image do you see of yourself?
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