3) mimicking baffled
Once I gave a lecture on use of the mobile frame in an extremely revolutionary and ground-breaking film from 1960 made by the 'master of suspense'. It's been film legend and lore that this film, among other things, was the first to play a sound of a common item found in most every home.
Think of this sound and the base of our metric system next time you're in Paris! Until then, keep on solving!
It's mostly a lot of hot air spouted by amateurs, but there's always some gem in the rough. You can read more about it at .
But I personally love the sport! There's nothing that compares to flying down a mountain and then face planting yourself in a mogal. :) And the snow that goes down your jacket afterwards is EXTREMELY cold! At the end of the day, a nice hot chocolate in the lounge warms you right up.
Mytery a La Mode
The Haunted Mannequin
Tunnels of Darkness
Trouble in Vogue
Fashion Can be Fatal
Curse of Moulin Noir
Fear of Fashion