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Old 04-15-2018   #1
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Here it is # 1953. That's a lot of Mystery Objects!
I spent the morning searching for a new one then prepping a game. It was a nice diversion from how I would normally spend my morning.
I'll make chicken soup with my winning chicken next. No offense to these two http://photocamel.com/forum/birds/23...-chickens.html

This time I will present TWO visual aid clues at a time.

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Begin.

MO 1953 is highly reflective in some areas (exception is it's bottom) so when you see swirls and other designs, they are only reflected light and objects making abstract designs.

You can put this in a breadbox but not in your wallet.
Did I say to ignore reflected shapes?

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Baoding Iron Ball
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It's not one of those kind of balls. Actually Morgan, it's not any kind of ball.
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Looks like glazed ceramic.

Is it for serving food ?
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Maybe some kinda decorative
interpretation of a lady bug ?

Or a butterfly, a bird, or some
other colorful critter ?
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how about a real ladybug?
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Maybe some kinda decorative
interpretation of a lady bug ?

Or a butterfly, a bird, or some
other colorful critter ?
Yes, decorative AND functional both.

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how about a real ladybug?
Real in the sense it was manufactured.

Here's the bottom of today's featured mystery object.

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Looks like glazed ceramic.

Is it for serving food ?
I don't know why this wasn't included, so I'm going backwards now.
It's not ceramic.
You don't put food in it.
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My guess is that the ABS is the kind of plastic the mystery object, or at least the bottom, is made from - Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene - the same kind of plastic that LegoŽ blocks are made from. My guess is that it is a kitchen timer in the form of a ladybug.
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hmmm does look like a lady bug


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