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Desc:I think this one tops them all folks.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Science & Technology
Tags:new york, CSI, photo, computer illiterate, bad science
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My vote is still for the Bones one, though I wouldn't mind creating a gooey interface with her.
Double dupe sandwich.
Guess the visual basic-GUI interface of the dupe search failed.

Innocent Bystander
Do we still one-star dupes?

I'm just gonna go ahead and do that.

If the search function doesn't work, I suggest going into MS Paint and linuxing your java to create a twitter feed. That should do it.

Oscar Wildcat
OK, I finished the interface, but when I try to run it I keep getting error messages to update the runtime libraries?
If you look into Stella's eyes, you can see that she's watching the Happy Days episode when Fonzie jumped the shark.
No, no...the "tops them all" moment of enhancement stupidity comes from CSI Miami, though I can't find the clip on YouTube. There was an episode where the folks wanted to find out where a certain picture of a car was taken. Through "enhance" magic they managed to zoom in on a microscopic reflection in the chrome on the bumper, which then, when enhanced, revealed a perfect shot of the person taking the photo along with some landmarks behind them. Using computer hoodads they manage to create a "3D Model" of the surrounding area using the reflection and then triangulated the location of where the photographer was standing. In addition to this, they also "enhanced" the reflection on the camera lens (as seen in the original reflection) to spot some other person who was standing near by who, just so happened, to be the suspect.

Miami is easy to forgive once you accept the show is written as a near-future sci-fi cop show. It is Miami, in the year 2025.

To confirm this idea one episode dealth with smugglers that had stolen sci-fi style super-rifles from a government contractor.

Was that by chance the episode with the ROBOT BULLETS?

Rodents of Unusual Size
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