Tuesday, May 8, 2007


I don't usually post things like this, but it truly is one of the funniest things I've ever seen:

   An e-mystery is finally resolved.

   How does the small arrow on your computer monitor work when we move the mouse?

   Haven't you ever wondered how it works?

   Now, through the miracle of high technology, we can see how it is done. With the aid of a screen
   magnifying lens, the mechanism becomes apparent.

   Click on the link below and you will find out. The image may take a minute or two to download        and when it appears, slowly move your mouse over the light grey circle and you will see
   how the magic works.



  1. Now, that's funny! I like the way they look at you in anticipation of horror to move again.

  2. I didn't know you were going to be at the convention! I was talking about you Thursday night with a mom from Tarentum who was chatting about the P&P dance thing at GCC. I think she knows you, Carol Eichner. Sound familiar?

  3. Oh, I know Mrs. Eichner (well, that's who she is to me, at least). She and her two daughters in different combinations have attended at least two of the Pemberlies.

  4. I'm laughing at that one! How did you find me? And is the GCC that Teacher Person mentioned, Grove City College, by any chance?