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    TO have all my kids here with their families. Amazing how little we need as we get older.

    Oh, gifts... Money is always welcomed.

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    A freezer full of Ilford Art 300 paper comes to mind (from a selfish perspective), but I'd settle for a year without close relatives passing away (last 2.5 years have been rough that way).
    Nikon 35mm, Mamiya 645 & RB67, Leica IIIb, other bits and pieces

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    Photo wise, I got mine. A secret santa sent me a Hasselblad 500ELX and 5 rolls of 125PX.

    Life wise, I will not. The Ex refuses to let me see my son while I'm deployed and tells me that she throws away anything I send him. I'll be back in court once I return to take care of that.

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    I can't really answer this truthfully, as the Political Correctness police would pounce on me. Anyway, second choice would be a Stanley of Derby Ashworh-Hepplewhite-Gray lamp.
    Steve

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    An OLD man here at my school told us one of the stories about Santa Claus.. Saint Nicolaus. He was one of the bishops chosen by the pope to decide what Christianity (and the Bible) should be about, but he was apparently a man of his own mind, so he protested in some things in that regard.
    He was then put to jail.

    One night he was getting a visit from the Arc angle Michael, that told him, he would get his freedom and respect, bu tin return he was to give mankind the greatest gift of all: The gift of tomorrow....

    I have a good life - a beautiful girlfriend - a job - a hobby - too many cameras and lenses to use, so I'll "settle" for "tomorrow".

    Merry Christmas all!

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    I have changed my dream gift. What I want is an M9 a 1.0 Noctilux and a black cat. I want this so I can take scads of ' black cat at midnight' pics post them to flikr and become king of the cat pic takers.

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    whirled peas

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    A brick of HIE.

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    My sister is an Doctorate Student at Harvard and sent me Bolger Yacht Plans book. I am planning to have a 5 meters ferrocement yacht. Steel wire is expensive and I need money for it. May be I can find steel fibers donated by Lafarge. If I cant find it , I have 5.5 meters J Boat Americas Cup boat Ranger plan for fiberglass and the International 2.4 meter class boat plan for fiberglass. I need to accomplish one of them for this summer. Owning one of them is the biggest gift to us.

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    My own chemistry lab so I could make my own exotic developing agents. Since it's only a dream, I may as well imagine what I could make... let's see... 2,4 diaminophenylglycine for starters. It would have the reduction potential and water solubility of amidol and the unique qualities of glycin.

    I must not be normal...
    I would love to use the "FP" flash setting on my camera, but I cannot find "Flash Powder" anywhere... such is life.

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