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Thread: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

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    Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    Would it be too rude to place this in threads about Digital versus Analog ?


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    Re: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    I also thought of this as a reply.. is it better - or even more rude ?


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    Re: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    Either one works for me. I don't think I will ever understand it.

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    Re: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    Why not both together?

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    Re: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    Works for me.

    How about doing the same with Mac vs. PC threads, as well?

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    Re: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Lee View Post
    Would it be too rude to place this in threads about Digital versus Analog ?

    Ok, but where is the stamp for the analog threads...

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    Re: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    Why not both together?


    How's this ?

    The next time someone insists that the only <real, true, good, valid, correct, genuine, etc.> photographs are made with <insert preferred methodology here> I might be tempted to insert just such a reply.

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    Re: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    Those are good!




    always gives me a chuckle.

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    Re: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    my personal favorite....
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    Re: Rubber stamp for "digital versus analog" threads ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    Why not both together?
    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Lee View Post


    How's this ?...
    Perfect!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Lee View Post
    ...The next time someone insists that the only <real, true, good, valid, correct, genuine, etc.> photographs are made with <insert preferred methodology here> I might be tempted to insert just such a reply.
    Any and all moderators here have earned the right; do give in to that temptation.

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