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What do do with leftover mirror pieces

Posted by toomuchglass 53172 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 26, 10 at 22:57

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LOL ------ Clever !


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RE: What do do with leftover mirror pieces

I have a manniquin, but no mirror pieces....
Great idea!!!!


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Interesting man! Jan


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That's pretty amazing!


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I love it! What observatory is that?


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That is really neat. I almost want to break a mirror to do something like that. But, I don't need 7 years of bad luck. :)


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he's a pretty flashy guy!!! hee hee


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That would be cool to do on a mannequin. Only thing is it would probably blind someone when the sun hits it. lol Something like that would be wonderful in the shade though.


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Way cool! It looks like its in the full sun, but maybe not near a road or anything like that.
Kathy


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He's the mirror image of my uncle Carl.


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Looks like the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles to me..


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Is that man a kin? He looks like Uncle Bob! Maybe I should sit and reflect on this a moment. Yes,after careful reflection, he is the mirror image of Uncle Bob! LOL!


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LOL -------- I'm sure "reflection" brings up memories ! LOL


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