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Old Aug 15, 2010, 10:17 PM   #1
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i dont understand
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Old Aug 18, 2010, 9:49 PM   #3
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i dont understand
U use no soap, eh?
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now i have even less understanding.
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now i have even less understanding.
Hmmmmmmmmm......sounds like you need a guiding light then, no?
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Irish Spring? Or am I lost? I feel lost. Where is my guiding light?
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Irish Spring? Or am I lost? I feel lost. Where is my guiding light?
Have you checked TV Guide?
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Well soaps or not a guiding light I have seen that place before in my past! I feel blah still from operation oh so blah! Eddie Haskell you sure do know how to make em think as well keep that smile on ya know what it means....
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This is a classic case that shows following the "rule of thirds" as a traditional composition will not give you a great picture if the subject has no interesting features at all.
Whether I understand this or not, it does not stand upright on it's own merits.
The scene could be improved without the box and better light.
It does show thought though. Just not the right ones. keep practicing we all need to start somewhere.
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