1. Originally Posted by jackhuntr
Can't stop watching this.

2. Originally Posted by ten-not-done
Can't stop watching this.
Them girls are FIT!

3. Originally Posted by 1greenNUT
I thought Wilfork was hurt!?!?

4. Originally Posted by Fishooked
That is how all asswipes who try to jump over guys should be treated.

5. Originally Posted by jackhuntr
After the A/B switch graphic, the piece of the bar on the right is changed. If you could pause it, you would clearly see the height of the bar sections in the broken row becomes taller than the other rows.

PS I needed to post this because I've been staring at that dam thing for 20 minutes trying to figure it out.

6. Originally Posted by Fishooked
LOL, so true

7. Originally Posted by SONNY WERBLIN
After the A/B switch graphic, the piece of the bar on to left is changed. If you could pause it, you would clearly see the height of the bar sections in the broken row becomes taller than the other rows.

PS I needed to post this because I've been staring at that dam thing for 20 minutes trying to figure it out.
incorrect. it's legit.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missing_square_puzzle

same idea.

8. Originally Posted by jackhuntr
now THAT, ladies and gentlemen, is teh definition of a "hair system"

9. Originally Posted by SONNY WERBLIN
After the A/B switch graphic, the piece of the bar on to left is changed. If you could pause it, you would clearly see the height of the bar sections in the broken row becomes taller than the other rows.

PS I needed to post this because I've been staring at that dam thing for 20 minutes trying to figure it out.
optical illusion but the mass has changed...

10. Originally Posted by Dirtstar
now THAT, ladies and gentlemen, is teh definition of a "hair system"
don't we have a poster named Johnny Bravo on this site?

11. Originally Posted by 2foolish197
optical illusion but the mass has changed...
nope - its magic. Learned that in Physics class.

12. Originally Posted by SONNY WERBLIN
After the A/B switch graphic, the piece of the bar on to left is changed. If you could pause it, you would clearly see the height of the bar sections in the broken row becomes taller than the other rows.

PS I needed to post this because I've been staring at that dam thing for 20 minutes trying to figure it out.
Correct. The larger piece marked "B" is about 1/3 of a row larger at the bottom diagonal cut once the white-out "A-B" graphic slide is shown.

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