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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R 1974 View Post
    Dammit we don't all say "eh", the same way not all Americans are morons. In fact I don't know anybody who says "eh". You have to come from some hole in the wall in the atlantic provinces or yahoo land out west for that.
    I thought so too, until I spent some time living in the 'States and got called on it by my friends down there every chance they got! I'm originally from Toronto (rhymes with 'piranha').

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    That dump doesn't count

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    Quote Originally Posted by holmburgers View Post
    I'm calling your bluff Michael. We're all morons...

    Drat. Beat me to it.
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    I didn't believe the 'eh' thing until I had a computer science class taught by a professor who ended every other sentence with 'eh?' Occasional strong statements were followed by 'eh!'.

    I want to say he was from Winnipeg though its been a while and my memory is a hazy.

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    eh your welcome
    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Osgood View Post
    For years I've used KRST 1:9 up to 1:19 for minutes and more minutes and have never felt I got what I thought was the right look. Then I read a piece from Carnie using KRST 1:5 for 45 seconds..... Well, I tried that too.

    BINGO.

    (ooops... somehow I posted in mid composition)


    I think I, and probably others, who were not satisified with KRST results were missing the transformation and looking at the final product as not different from the origional. Too long staring at what had already changed to see the difference.

    Thank you Bob Carnie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R 1974 View Post
    You have to come from some hole in the wall in the atlantic provinces or yahoo land out west for that.
    Does Manitoba count? I used to deal with a sales guy from Altoona who talked like that.

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    Well I hate to interrupt this very interesting linguistic debate, but I was wondering, re: the OP, whether this recommendation for 1:5 KRST for 45 sec. is for general toning or for a specific paper or process?

    Thank ya, as we don't really say much here in Texas
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    So.... 1:5 for 45 seconds gives the result unattainable by say 1:19 for very long time? I've been meaning to try this and haven't. Oh, I forgot... eh?
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R 1974 View Post
    That dump doesn't count
    In other news, pot calls kettle black.
    Kick his ass, Sea Bass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jglass View Post
    Well I hate to interrupt this very interesting linguistic debate, but I was wondering, re: the OP, whether this recommendation for 1:5 KRST for 45 sec. is for general toning or for a specific paper or process?

    Thank ya, as we don't really say much here in Texas
    Good point... I got my results using MBFB (Not MGIV). I developed in 130-BZT 2 min plus 1 min in still water, rinse and FP4 fix. I can't speak to other papers or processes.

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