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    I do not know why you are surprised, these are the people who voted for Bush twice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorian Gray View Post
    C-41 films still have silver content, of course. Whether they have more latitude than Tri-X depends on what is meant by latitude, a term I dislike because it seems to have as many definitions as there are photographers.

    It's a surprising error for a club member, but forgivable, surely? The implied sexism is another matter.
    According to David Vestal, lattitude is what you can get away with in a photograph.
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    One of the disadvantages of our form of government is that haggling over small points make it take so long to pass a bill. One of the advantages of our form of government is that haggling over small points make it take so long to pass a bill.
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    Hmmm ... no silver, eh? Hehehe ... tell'em the difference between a full frame CCD and DX size CMOS chip is the CCD doesn't use silicon. That's why there's no "S". Except for the Nikon FF CCD, it's 0.1mm x 0.2mm less than a FF size, so it's called an NCCD. Betcha he'll buy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stever View Post
    I do not know why you are surprised, these are the people who voted for Bush twice!

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    So, I voted for him twice, and I voted for his father twice. Are you trying to imply something?
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    Regards, Art. (Wish I was at the next meeting - I'd go Letterman on him)
    Feel free, Art! And at least there weren't many bird photos last week (2, actually).

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    One of the things I always admired about Texas - Their legislature only meets every other year. Sounds pretty good to me.


    Quote Originally Posted by gainer View Post
    One of the disadvantages of our form of government is that haggling over small points make it take so long to pass a bill. One of the advantages of our form of government is that haggling over small points make it take so long to pass a bill.
    My photos are always without all that distracting color ...

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    speaking of being factual

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    Hmm:

    Pennsylvania voted in 2000 for Gore. And Bush in 2004.

    So which election are you referring to?
    Pennsylvania voted for Kerry in 2004.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._pr...n_Pennsylvania

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