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  • Where in Boston can I find a place that does "old west" style photos?

    I'm having difficulty finding a photographer in the Boston area that has a studio where you can dress up in costumes (old west, 20's gangster, etc) and they put the black and white or sepia photos on wanted posters or similar novelty souveniers. Any suggestions? I'll be in the Boston area over Memorial Day weekend. Thanks!!

    1 AnswerBoston1 decade ago
  • warmer than average body/skin temperature?

    My skin temperature is apparently higher than pretty much everybody I know. I also don't get cold or hot like others do - recently we had our first cold weather and everybody was wearing thick sweaters, coats, scarves, hats and gloves, but I was wearing a short-sleeved shirt with my coat unbuttoned. It was definitely cool, but I didn't consider it cold at all - how is this possible?

    1 AnswerOther - Health1 decade ago
  • What is this book?

    I remember reading a young adult-type book years ago about a couple of girls who were friends, one of which was fat. The only other thing I can remember about it is that these two friends used to make all kinds of burgers together.

    I thought it was titled Me and Fat Glenda but the descriptions I've seen of the book with that title don't sound remotely like the one I read. Is there another book out there with a similar title?

    3 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
  • Clean Hair loss and regeneration?

    I know our hair is constantly falling out (look at the brush) and new strands are growing in, but I've noticed that more strands of hair come out after you wash your hair. Why does that happen?

    2 AnswersOther - Health1 decade ago
  • Specific heat?

    How do you obtain the specific heat on a metal? I know there's got to be a simple calculation for this but I can't figure out what it is.

    Example: 100g of Iron (Fe) at 20 degrees C is heated to 100 degrees C, then placed in 100 g of water at 20 degrees C, final temperature is 28 degrees C. How do I calculate the specific heat of the metal? Help! :(

    1 AnswerChemistry1 decade ago
  • What was Frankenstein's creature made from?

    In Mary Shelley's book "Frankenstein" she discusses how Victor gathered together various parts to make his creature, but when he destroyed the female he mentions how he felt he was doing horrible things to the human flesh. Was the original (male) creature not made entirely from human parts?

    16 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago