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    For content I would like to see (with his permission and borrowing from Ole)

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    I think "Luddite Elitists Online" is a bit more ironic. As I recall Ole cop'd the line from my ebay auction which I stole from an insult hurled by a photo.net cur -- so I suspect it is pretty much public domain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcallow
    I think "Luddite Elitists Online" is a bit more ironic.
    That gets two thumbs up from me!!

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    Maybe we could grant an annual LEO award at the international APUG convention.
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    Another thought I had regarding the mechanics of this thing.

    If there were an online catalog of acceptable (Sean &/or Moderators) phrases or mottos or punch lines, then one could send the garmet of his/her choice to a designated seamstress for those mottos, etc. Cost would be based on the number of mottos selected and size which you would find in the catalog
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    A couple of golf shirts and a hat of course (gotta cover up that forehead that is trying to meet the back of my neck )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce (Camclicker)
    Another thought I had regarding the mechanics of this thing.

    If there were an online catalog of acceptable (Sean &/or Moderators) phrases or mottos or punch lines, then one could send the garmet of his/her choice to a designated seamstress for those mottos, etc. Cost would be based on the number of mottos selected and size which you would find in the catalog
    Not a bad idea...once a design (or several) are chosen, they could be placed on the server for download (subscribers only) and individuals could get their own stuff done. Of course more pricey though.
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    Dual Purpose

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    For photographers - Maximum Black. Really opaque. solid matte black. Useful not only as dark cloths, but tend to become less apparent in reflections from glass - windows, etc.

    Another for models..? Made of "veiling" - "voile"? - whatever that stuff is in my "Nude #31".

    Just kidding!
    If they are made of really opaque, solid matte black material they could be used as makeshift changing bags in an emergency.

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    May I suggest an embroidered patch. As someone who wears neither baseball caps nor t-shirts, a simple embroidered patch/badge could be easily sewn on to any suitable garment without requiring one to dress in a certain way...

    Love the Luddite Elitists Online (LEO) tag!

    Cheers, Bob.

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    I don't like the "Luddite Elitist" personally because I am not an enemy of technology. I chose analog photography because I like it for many reasons not because I hate anything digital (I am too much involved into technology to state otherwise).
    But I like:

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    Real photographs, created in camera, 100% organic,
    no digital additives and shit




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