O.K, loved the quality of street paving suggestions. I used Rodinal 1 to 100 usually on the road. I had never developed 4X5's in a dunk tank until I worked for the newspaper. At home I tray developed with continous erratic agitation. And yes, crossing the street car tracks helped agitation, I'm sure. I only developed Super Plenachrome that way, and then only when trying to make the next edition on time. In the newspaper darkroom I had to learn how to develop in the tanks.
When I was a teenager, A.B. Miller used to tell me about shooting the delta floods for The Jackson Daily News with a 5x7 Graflex. "The only Goddamned thing I liked about that camera was you could fold it up and sit on it."
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There was a long standing requirement that military procurements had to come from companies manufacturing in the US.
That's still true, that's why most police and military vehicles are US branded, which is why certain factories have to be in the US, to cover the "what if we go to war and they stop supplying parts" concern.
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