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    Great idea!

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    That's like making a new cat ever day. Could you use the fiber you collect and maybe knit a new cat?
    After a month of knitting, I can become the "Crazy cat guy" with too many cat and cameras

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    I've got the purrrfect solution.

    http://www.flowbee.com/

    But they ought to call it the FlowCat.

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    I have decided to become more affirmative toward cat (and dog!) hairs. I have decided they are to be like my signature on the image (so far, the animals don't begrudge me this). It has gone so far that, if I don't see one on the negative, I toss the thing and start over. And I yell at the pets for falling down on the job.

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    http://street-photos.net/ | http://felinik.com/ | http://www.facebook.com/jf.felinik

    "The one with the most stuff when he dies wins"

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    This reminds me when I shot my first medium format film about twenty years ago. I bought a used Mamiya RB67 with 90 mm lens. When I got my film back, each shot had this reddish thin line across them. I thought I bought a broken camera or lens. Then it hit me. My wife's a red head! Nah! Can't be.

    So I remove the rotating film back and slide off the dark slide. And sure enough, there's one of her red hairs stretched stuck across the film exposure area where the dark slide plate sits. Well it did add to the composition of each shot.

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    Maybe it happened something like this ... http://www.angelfire.com/ak2/intelli...ort/pepsi.html
    By denying the facts, any paradox can be sustained--Galileo

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    So when you fart, you blame the dog and the dog blames the cat?

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    Actually I just blame the cat nearest to me.

    Nair....Hmmmmm, that has possibilities!

    Cute commercial, lol. No they aren't going to watch that commercial either, I don't want to give them ideas!


    If my RV had air conditioning I would just turn that into my ***ital darkroom.

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