On Thursday, February 20,[masked]:19:53 Tim Norman wrote:
> I took the same face tests you did and my score was identical to yours on
> the "Are they the same face" test, but I scored better than seven out of
> ten people on the computer-generated faces test. Why the difference? Any
> theories or ideas?
I think that means your face perception is slow, but otherwise normal. The
"same face" test shows some faces for a split second, not long enough for me
to perceive even one of them.
> Interesting tests. I enjoy taking that type of self-discovery test. Hope all
> is well with you in the mountains.
I've had a pipe freeze and been snowed in. I'm also having trouble finding some
foods I could get it Charlotte: marañones (I ordered raw cashews online
instead) and whole fish.
When the pipe froze, the next day the temperature did not go above freezing.
The day after, it went up to 4 or so, and I heard water. I walked around the
house, removed a panel, and saw a piece of pipe on the ground. I got a
vegetable of the onion family and put it under the house at that spot. Then I
called the landlady, she and her husband came up, and I showed them where the
gau do li'i co'e kei do