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Mind Boggle
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Last Logged In: June 9th, 2011
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Mind Boggle

Clearly not shower doors
To cut or not to cut?
Hair on the Floor
Hair Close Up
The Screen
Magic Chef Dishwasher
Green=Day, Blue=Night

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posted by Mind Boggle on April 25th, 2010 9:57 PM

Oh wow, I had no idea Locks of Love was run this way. It seemed to be the most well-known organization for hair donations, so I just went with that without doing much research. Thanks sharing all this helpful info!

I didn't cut my hair specifically for this task, but I definitely knew this task existed beforehand. Every now and then I browse through the tasks to see if anything calls out to me. It was only when I was mailing my hair away that it hit me. That braided piece of my hair use to be part of me. Now it's detached and dead. That past part of me is forever destroyed, from the split ends to the chlorine-bleached parts to the small waves caused by tying it up too much. It's all gone. I suddenly remembered that I read an SF0 task about something like this, so I looked it up again and voila!

posted by Mind Boggle on April 19th, 2010 6:37 AM

There are 2 songs in the second video. The first one is "Fumble" by Architecture in Helsinki and then it cuts to "Seventeen Years" by Ratatat.

posted by Mind Boggle on October 1st, 2007 5:50 PM

Yes, you've got it...I confess. This is indeed from the Exploratorium. And so are the chairs from my shrinkydink task.

posted by Mind Boggle on September 23rd, 2007 5:34 PM

I find it funny how you and I and Miss Caution all have pictures of writing on lined paper.

And I feel proud that I knew it was you right off the bat. I mean how many people in the world are named Fion and have a last name that starts with L and lives in SF.

posted by Mind Boggle on September 22nd, 2007 3:58 PM

I agree that the fog adds artistic quality to the photo. It captures the fogginess and fickle weather of SF.