window pane art Magnum, PI covers living of Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck), a former Naval Intelligence officer who resigns his position so that you can set up his very own private investigation business in Oahu, Hawaii. Through either luck or acquaintance, he lands a job as head of to protect bestselling author Robin Masters' luxurious beachfront estate. This enables Magnum to operate a vehicle around in Masters' sporty flame-red Ferrari, utilize various high-tech toys, and live a life of relative ease in the estate's guest house. But Magnum constantly butts heads with estate manager Jonathan Higgins (John Hillerman), an ancient British military man in his very own right, the other with a strict penchant for order and discipline. Despite their conflicts, Magnum and Higgins keep a healthy friendship, while Magnum's friends Rick Wright (Larry Manetti) and T.C. Calvin (Roger E. Mosley) are forever being drawn into Magnum's dangerous investigations? The DSM-IV-TR, it of formal psychiatric diagnoses, categorizes trichotillomania just as one impulse control disorder. That would help it become akin to pathological nail-biting, fire-setting, stealing, gambling, skin-picking, and explosive behavior. But some would categorize trich as a possible anxiety, much like obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Others believe trich is a tic disorder, even a dependency. It?s interesting that trichotillomania continues to be acknowledged as a ?disorder? for only about twenty years. Speaking of time, are you aware titanium was first discovered in Cornwall, Great Britain by William Gregor, the vicar in the Creed parish and amateur geologist in 1791? Gregor recognized the use of a new aspect in ilmenite when he found black sand with a stream inside nearby parish of Manaccan. It seemed the sand was attracted by the magnet, so Gregor analyzed the sand and determined the presence of two metal oxides: iron oxide and a whitish metallic oxide he couldn't identify. Realizing the unidentified oxide contained metallic that would not match any known elements, Gregor reported his findings on the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall and within the German science journal Crell's Annalen. Interestingly a few years later the oxide was independently discovered in 1795 by Prussian chemist Martin Heinrich Klaproth, of what we have now call Slovakia. Klaproth named the new element for that strong Titans in Greek mythology.