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    Something like that.
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    on the internet Labador=Labrador=Laborator

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bannow View Post
    An enlarger that runs off and drags big sticks and dead animals ( ... well mostly dead) into your darkroom? Maybe useful for photograms, distressed negatives, or some alternative processes ...

    For more traditional purposes, I think John would back me up on a preference for Labradors outside the darkroom rather than in it, although I had a fledgling Cardinal occupying mine two days ago. He was released into the custody of his worried parents after feather dusting some of the shelves. Luckily he made no deposits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bannow View Post
    Just a heads-up - Someone in the Detroit area is selling a Durst Labrador 8x10 enlarger with all the condensers and extra bulbs. He's asking $500 for it.

    I'd buy it but its too tall for my darkroom!
    When I was looking at one of those, before I found the seven foot Durst138 8x10 conversion, Dolly wanted me to have it so much that she was considering building a closet in the living room so the Durst head would be hidden with the base underneath in the darkroom. I thought she was kidding and said, “You know we don't really need a closet to go up to the ceiling. If we could just hollow out the hassock in front of the easy chair, that would be enough height." Fortunately we didn’t have to go to that extreme, but I thought it was so nice that she was willing to consider such idiocy.

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    Good Lookin Labrador. I want a third. Dolly would kill me for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp80874 View Post
    Good Lookin Labrador. I want a third. Dolly would kill me for that.

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    Hide it under the easy chair?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bannow View Post
    John is one of the few people to have both labrador and laborator. BTW did you get those folks to break up the wedding yet??? Haven't seen you for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bannow View Post
    Hide it under the easy chair?
    Yeah. Dale knows more about this than I do because he has one. As I understand it, the unit goes up to 11 feet off the floor. Dolly said we could build a closet above it in the living room. The head would rise up into the closet. I can just see some guest getting ready to go. "No, don't open that closet door to get your coat. John is printing."

    Instead the head would only come up 7 feet in the basement, one foot between floors, and 2 feet into the hassock. It would have to be cold light head because a condenser set up would be too hot. I was fairly sure I wouldn't need to go all 11 feet because I only print up to 20x24.

    Now that we have gotten that insanity out of the way would you listen and critique my practice proposal to Dolly as to why we need three yellow Lady Labrador Retrievers? This is going to be a tough sell. She is just barely letting 12 year old Savannah live out her potential 12-14 years, wanting because of allergies and shedding to go back to one dog. S has also developed this endearing habit of barking early in the morning, 4:30-6, wanting to she says go out to potty. Reality indicates, yes she wants to go out, but she also wants to come back in quickly for breakfast.

    John
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    S has also developed this endearing habit of barking early in the morning, 4:30-6, wanting to she says go out to potty. Reality indicates, yes she wants to go out, but she also wants to come back in quickly for breakfast.
    A certain small pack has recently decided that 6am is a much better time for breakfast than the original 7:30. :rolleyes:

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