Checkerboard has become a staple in our lives.
From checkers we have our favorite food, our favorite TV shows, our best places to eat, and our favorite places to go.
But the color is a controversial issue.
What color do checkers actually come in?
What do we do with checkers that are too light or too dark?
What does color mean?
Today we look at checkerboards and their origins.
The Washington Bureau of Investigation investigates unsolved crimes The Washington City Paper reports that checkerboarding has become so prevalent that police are looking for the culprits.
Checkerboards are colorful, geometric shapes that often feature the lettering “A” in a blue or yellowish color.
They are made from the same material that is used in most checkers, like aluminum foil or cardboard.
There is no single common origin for checkers.
They all vary widely in size and shape.
Checkers have a color that varies from dark blue to light blue.
They often have a design or pattern on the bottom, with the letters being lighter.
The colors are meant to make the checker more appealing.
Checkeri are known to be used for identification purposes.
They can be used to identify people, to identify faces, and even as a way to tell when a person is lying.
Some people find them too flashy to wear, like in the movie Happy Gilmore.
Some say they are cute.
Checkery is used for fun and as an art form.
The original checkers were a popular tool for those with little money.
Checkering was originally made from copper or silver and was popular among young people.
In addition to its colorful appearance, checkers have been used to track people who went missing, and they can be found in popular books.
In the 1960s, checker cards were also popular with kids, particularly those who played in groups.
These cards were made of paper and had a picture of a person on the front.
They were also often played with a piece of cardboard on top of them.
In an effort to encourage more kids to play with checker boards, the federal government created a program to distribute more than 1 million cards to students each year.
These were later used to build the first-ever national computer, the IBM CheckerBoard.
Today, checkeri are often made of plastic and are more common in kitchens, grocery stores, and other businesses.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is investigating checker board color illusions in Washington, D.C. As part of the investigation, police have been looking for suspects in the disappearance of two women from the D.D.C.-area.
One woman was reported missing on June 19 and another on July 2.
Both of the women are said to have been wearing checkeri when they went missing.
On Monday, the DOJ released a photo of one of the checkeri and asked that anyone with information to call the FBI tip line at 202-727-9099.