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    Curtis,

    George (copake_ham) asked me to pass along his welcome from NYC. He is unable to pass along a greeting himself today, but asked me to do it for him. He is a really great guy, and his friendliness is one of the reasons I enjoy participating here.

    Welcome,
    Robert M. Teague
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    "A man who works with his hands is a laborer; a man who works with his hands and his brain is a craftsman; a man who works with his hands and his brain and his heart is an artist" -- Louis Nizer

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    Thanks all guys! I will stay. I might even shoot some flim. I have lots of flim shots I once did but I might try it again. I taught darkroom once to children from my chair!. SEE

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    hi curtis

    it is great to see you here.
    thanks for making people think (your thread).
    i think you will like it here, there
    is a lot of knowledge floating around,
    and people will bend over backwards to lend a hand.

    looking forward to more of your posts!

    john
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    PM me for details

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    Hi Curtis,
    Welcome to APUG - I hope you do stay and fit in.
    It must take a lot of confidence to post about your unfortunate situation on a public forum. As jnanian said, this makes others think, so thanks for that.
    I had a look at your websites - there's some great work in there. May you go on to create much more and share it with us here
    Lens caps and cable releases can become invisible at will. :D

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    Hi Curtis,
    I had back surgery from an industrial accident and spent a considerable time in bed and rehab. I know that feeling, I wrote and internetted and looked forward to the day that I would be back at it again. Some seven years later and a forced retirement and I am still working my way out of that black hole. I hope you get better and continue your interest in photography and welcome.

    Curtis
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    Curt,
    I am as better physically as I will ever get. That is until they can grow new spinal cords with stem-cells or other. When they do that, I will still be short two legs and will not be able to use my left side too well because of the stroke. I am enjoying my 'forced' retirement and trying to keep it clear in my mind that I am happy to have retired so young. I will stick around here because it gives me something to do.

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