the face on mars

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yevaud":1b96ftfp said:
Of the two, I'd lay my Quatloos on BigBrain. Now there was an in-apt name. ;)
How you guys remember all the handles of various woos that have graced the boards is simply beyond me. For some reason, my brain refuses to dedicate resources towards storing those names in readily accessible memory. It's as if there is a small area reserved for potentially hazardous screen names which, when read, could induce apoplectic fits, spasms, misfirings of the frontal lobe or deeply embedded emotional aneurysms. Oh, I remember the names alright. I just couldn't bring them to mind without prompts. It must be a defensive mechanism.

PS - Is a cheer in order here? Gimme a "P"..?
 
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a_lost_packet_":hcbpxj5m said:
How you guys remember all the handles of various woos that have graced the boards is simply beyond me.
That's what my Psychotherapist says. ;)

a_lost_packet_":hcbpxj5m said:
PS - Is a cheer in order here? Gimme a "P"..?
Hey, you remembered the "Phenomena" cheer! :)
 
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Now, now ... the OP asked a question and hasn't tried to argue the woo woo POV. It's been all of "us" having a good laugh that's put this thread into P-land ... errr .... U-land.
 
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OK. Heh.

The answer is that in 2002, MER got a much better look at it, and it is an unremarkable terrain feature that does NOT resemble a face.
 
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