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This attempt at propriety.

23 Photos That Prove Office Jobs Turn Us All Into Sarcastic Bastards

This attempt at propriety.

I found The Positive Posters through DesignMilk.com. Love the "I think you are more perfect than Helvetica" one.

I found The Positive Posters through DesignMilk.com. Love the "I think you are more perfect than Helvetica" one.

Free fonts--- blog about DIY, design, arts and crafts.

Font Friday!

Free fonts--- blog about DIY, design, arts and crafts.

10 Golden Rules You Should Live By When Combining Fonts: Tips From a Designer

10 Golden Rules You Should Live By When Combining Fonts: Tips From a Designer

my science teacher particularly requires this font, whilst all my fellow students are looking at her like 'are you an 8 year old girl writing a poem about unicorns or just plain sad'

my science teacher particularly requires this font, whilst all my fellow students are looking at her like 'are you an 8 year old girl writing a poem about unicorns or just plain sad'

10 Super Cool Display Fonts

10 Super Cool Display Fonts

10 Super Cool Display Fonts. I have enough fonts. Said no one ever. Check out some of my fave display fonts to add to your collection!

Ink chromatography - a detective might use this if someone illegally changed the dollar amount written on a check or wrote a ransom note. You will need two different pens. Use two paper towels or coffee filter strips about 1-inch wide. Draw a dot on each paper with the pens. Make note of which pen you used for each paper. Place the paper in a cup of water with the dot just above the water line. As the water soaks up through the paper, you will see a distinctive pattern for each pen.

Detective Science Experiments for Kids

Ink chromatography - a detective might use this if someone illegally changed the dollar amount written on a check or wrote a ransom note. You will need two different pens. Use two paper towels or coffee filter strips about 1-inch wide. Draw a dot on each paper with the pens. Make note of which pen you used for each paper. Place the paper in a cup of water with the dot just above the water line. As the water soaks up through the paper, you will see a distinctive pattern for each pen.

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