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    Quote Originally Posted by Síle View Post
    PS Marc... that is the funniest (and most appropriate) Christmas decoration I have ever seen! I love it!!
    Thanks, Sheila and happy New Year! (Sorry I didn't see your post earlier.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatulent1 View Post
    In my house they observe it from a platter, surrounded by roasted potatoes and mushrooms.

    Marc, that is a truly bizarre ornament. Are you sure it isn't... uh... that it doesn't...

    Oh hell. Does it take batteries?
    Fred...no, it does not take batteries. It's like, you know, a rubber chicken but made from glass, like the old fashioned Christmas ornaments. I wish I had a more humorous and less boring reply but I couldn't think of anything in relation to the direction you were going with it...which I thought was pretty funny. Soooo, yeah...

    rcam72: "Do pagan chickens observe the holidays?" I don't know if pagan chickens observe the holidays but I can tell you that my pagan chicken ornament has been observed, with many humorous reactions. When people first see it their heads tilt sideways with a puzzled look on their face and then they burst into laughter or at least a chuckle.

    Shawn: "And I bet it lights up and crows at just the right moment, too." Please see my reply to Fred's comment.

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    Happy New Year to all.
    I've had the nose to the grind, without much time online. I look forward to that changing in the coming weeks as some of the old workload transitions to someone else and my role at work changes for the better.

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    Happy New Year, belated. Or early, depending on your choice of calendar.

    Leica Mini Zoom should be in Canadia in aboot 3-5 days eh.

    Raul

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    Great news, Raul. I see you speak Canadian!
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    The fix is in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcam72 View Post
    Happy New Year, belated. Or early, depending on your choice of calendar.

    Leica Mini Zoom should be in Canadia in aboot 3-5 days eh.

    Raul
    You mailed the camera in a boot? What happened to the box I put it in?

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    I am concerned about the Stylus. It seems Sile was in NY when the camera should have arrived in Ireland. Just another thing I managed to screw up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn Rahman View Post
    I am concerned about the Stylus. It seems Sile was in NY when the camera should have arrived in Ireland. Just another thing I managed to screw up!
    You screwed up nothing Shawn! The Irish mail system is really atrociously slow at Christmas and the New Year. However they're usually pretty good at not losing things.. so I still live in hope.

    Was there a tracking number on it and/or a return address? Let's not panic just yet!
    Síle

    If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?

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    Where do the pictures from all these traveling cameras get posted?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Rose View Post
    Where do the pictures from all these traveling cameras get posted?
    In the last round we posted them as a comment in the actual thread Eric..
    Previously when we post them in the Gallery they all come up under the same member's name, so it can be a bit confusing and a little spam'y. Not sure it was any less confusing the way we did it, to be honest, but at least everyone could claim their photo's by replying to the comment that had their photo in it!
    Síle

    If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?



 

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