I need to get a lock to try this out on.
This person goes away for a few days and his friends turn the entire room upside down.
They have his reaction at the end and he handles a prank much better than this guy:
What follows is a list of the nation’s Top Ten Religious Right groups, as determined by publicly available financial data and political prominence.
A short photo essay of a woman whose skin turned gray due to Argyria.
When I was in my mid-thirties, I noticed that I had light spots on the part of my skin that was gray. I also had what looked like scratch marks that where also lighter than my original gray color. I had never considered being dermabraded since it was known that the silver was too deep in the skin to reach with that surgical procedure. But the only thing I could think of that had caused what appeared to be scratch marks were scratches from my cats when they were kittens. None of those scratches had been very deep. In fact, I didn’t remember having been scratched at all. From that I concluded that they were very superficial. I also realized how stupid I had been all those years in not trying to have at least a test patch of skin dermabraded. In medicine you don’t assume. You test. You experiment.
Wikipedia’s entry on Argyria.
R2-D2, Darth Vader and his storm troopers may just have been model toys, superimposed onto the shots, but that illusion works. Urban wasteland becomes intergalactic battleground.
Short answer is… yes.
Alcoholics Anonymous – AA as it is generally known – was started in the 1930s as a spinoff from the Oxford Group, a religious movement whose ideas were sometimes alleged to help chronic drinkers. With the aid and approval of key members of the power elite such as John D. Rockefeller, Jr., AA grew from an obscure idea to what many have come to regard as a national treasure: society’s premier (practically only) way of treating alcohol, drug, and related addiction problems.