Thank you, zsas, for unclothing and revealing me as a knave (for benefit of all).
I guess this tautology is really a form of circular reasoning whereby the 'guilty' (me) starts with a 'guaranteed' premise made so compelling and carries it through to a forced conclusion in such a manner that no one would dare to refute same. (I knew I was perfect at something!) - David Lyga
I wonder what PETA would have to say to Schroedinger?
Edit - Here's another for you, Z.:)
Boo Hoo you made me so cry, zsas!!!
Fact is, zsas, I AM a knave but was hiding it all along. Don't you think that I have the brains to know that I am doing SOMETHING right in this skewed world if my posts garner 90% of the readership (and readership that does not necessarily have to agree with me?)
Zsas, after what I went through in the public school system in Wolcott, CT for twelve years you are not CAPABLE of hurting my feelings. Honestly, I love this forum and whether I am adored or refuted or challenged or deemed politically incorrect makes little difference to me. Being exposed and read is all that matters to this troubled entity. And, yes, zsas, that means 'thank you'. - David Lyga
Now I feel even a bit more wasteful when I shoot just 35 frames so I can get them all in one printfile. Sometimes I even leave a blank mid roll so I can cut into two more manageable strips when hanging.
declark, that is false 'economy'. You should be consistently aiming for 38 exposures. I promise you that you will decide to throw out at least three frames when you see the results of development. You then cut out the bad ones and replace with the good extra ones. Thus, you end up with 'only' 35 frames. It's no big deal to have some frames cut this way. - David Lyga
I do that sometimes too David, but they don't usually end up at the right frame to make for 7 rows of 5 frames. I hate having single frame stragglers, easier to load longer strips in the negative carrier. I've avoided the 6x7 format just because of the odd frame out issue.