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Old Oct 5, 2010, 9:48 PM   #11
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You're a good man, Ira. And the Court finds, that you have shown proper evidence of your rehabilitated state. And have vacated your sentence to time served. And welcome you back into the Pentax forum with open arms.
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Old Oct 5, 2010, 11:30 PM   #12
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I just couldn't stand the wailing kitten sound when you turned the thing on.
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I'm sorry but I have to disagree with my learned friend's findings (John).

The fact you are using a Fuji to TEACH photography is pure heresy ! How many young innocent minds are being turned to the Dark Side ? Light the fire !!
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If you should Start again, we will put you in the "Comfy Chair" and Jab you with the "Soft pillows"
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Old Oct 6, 2010, 8:47 AM   #15
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If you should Start again, we will put you in the "Comfy Chair" and Jab you with the "Soft pillows"
I didn't expect the Spanish Inquisition!
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What do you mean by cheap? I just picked up my K100 for $235. I believe an ist is for sale for the same amount. There is also a 110 for $199. All at a well know broker in GA

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You Never expect the Spanish Inquisition!!!!!
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Can'y help being amused by this thread, especially GW's suggestion we tie a rope to a big oak tree. Something tells me there are no trees at all for quite a distance from Ira's current wherabouts!
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Can'y help being amused by this thread, especially GW's suggestion we tie a rope to a big oak tree. Something tells me there are no trees at all for quite a distance from Ira's current wherabouts!
Nope, not a tree in sight. But apparently there is some problem with the Spanish Inquisition...
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i use to use a f**i but saw the error of my ways years ago (and its broken)

if there are no trees
what do dogs use?


comfy chair and soft pillow, lol i will have to look that up on youtube again

so Ira and BK, you are going to call it a draw then ?
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