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    Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    Hello everybody,

    my name is Tim, I live at Altenburg/Germany, the city where skat, the cardgame was invented.
    I use a Toyo view 45C for B&W and slides.
    My favourite films are the T-Max 100 and the Agfa RSX 100.
    Nice to be here and hope to gather some interesting information.

    Yours
    Tim

    BTW: I'm a member of the german LF-Community Grossformatfotografie

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    Re: Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    Howdy Tim,

    Welcome to the club...

    You're SURE to gather LOTS of interesting information here.

    Cheers
    Life in the fast lane!

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    Re: Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    Welcome to the forum Tim.

    I really enjoy Skat. I was taught by some Swiss who I travelled with through western Canada many years ago. Unfortunately I rately have a chance to play now, as it is not a popular game in the USA.

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    Re: Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    Hi Tim
    Höchste Zeit das mal wieder einer hier auftaucht!
    Hope we get soon also a german part in this forum, it would be nice.

    Cheers Armin

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    Re: Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    Does the Agfa RSX still exists? I used to like it a lot, about 15 years ago.
    GPS

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    Re: Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    Many thanks for welcome.
    I already read many things here. And now its time to have a look beyond my own nose.

    Ja, Armin, Zeit wirds. Wusste ja gar nicht, dass du dich auch hier rumtreibst. Bist halt einer der Guten!
    Ich denke, mein English wird dann auch immer besser :-)

    I hope that my english tongue will become better over the next weeks/months/years!

    Tim

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    Re: Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    @GPS:
    I bought some from nordfoto.de (available!) and at e-Bays and stored them in the freezer.
    But the Kodak-slides are good too.

    Tim

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    Re: Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    Welcome to virtual America. The amount and quality of amazing information available here is awe inspiring. People here really know their stuff and even more importantly are extremely generous with their knowledge and time.

    As far as the quality of your English tongue goes, you might want to save that for one of the adults only web sites.

    Welcome again and good luck.

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    Re: Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    @Steven: *ROFL*
    Thats a phrase I've learned at the school to say, that my skills in talking english arn't the best.
    But I'll remeber your words at the right time. :-)

    Tim

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    Remigius
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    Re: Greetings from Altenburg/Germany

    Hallo Tim,

    Armin ist nicht der einzige...

    Gruss, Remigius.

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