|Posted on Sunday, March 24, 2002 - 09:04 am: ||
In the past 72 hours this Forum crashed. It's just one of those things, for which I am thankful it doesn't happen more often.
The good news is that I have restored all prior messages and keyword searching Forum text or subject lines will find the data you seek.
The bad news is that the dates (pre-March 24, 2002) messages were posted are no longer indexed. Until sufficient time passes, searching by date (30, 60, 90 days, etc.) won't mean much. Pre-March 24, 2002 "message author" searching is also not available.
Thanks for your patience while I work to control the web gremlins.
P.S. For those of you who are fingerprint experts (especially those who were trained by Benjamin Goodrick in the '60's and '70's at the FBI), here's a question for your aging gray matter:
"What is the faintest pattern type in the modified Henry system of classification?" E-mail me your answer and I'll respond with a note as to whether or not you are correct. For those who trained under Mr. Goodrick (like me), this should be a no-brainer (please don't post any answers on the Forum). For everyone else, the answer will make you moan. I'll post the answer here in a week or so.
The Answer: The loop is the faintest pattern, because it passes out or tends to pass out...