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    Re: The Century "Semi-Centennial" stand

    Quote Originally Posted by eddie View Post
    check the tax situation 1st!
    New York is cheaper! You have to factor in the crazy sales tax situation in Chicago. My neighborhood is even taxed an extra 1% because it's "close" to Navy Pier. Bah.

    Not only that, but there is NO sales tax on clothing and shoes in NYC! I never buy clothes in Chicago anymore. I just wait till I have to travel to NY, and stock up!

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    Re: The Century "Semi-Centennial" stand

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Fitzgerald View Post
    Eddie, you're the man! My only question is? What don't you have?
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    that is easy....i do not have a big pile of 100$ bills! wish i had that. i also wish i did not have a "real" job to go to.....if i had stack of 100s i would not have to go to work....that would be the day.

    you and anyone else is welcome to come by and go shooting/play with the stuff. it is a great area for LF images for sure.....see you soon.
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    Re: The Century "Semi-Centennial" stand

    Eddie, I'm with ya on the stack of 100's! If I had some I Could come and see you after I made sure that the stack of 100's would be never ending so i would not have to worry about the day job.

    Jim

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    Re: The Century "Semi-Centennial" stand

    Our gov't is printing those hundreds for you. Just stick your hand out and wait.
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    Re: The Century "Semi-Centennial" stand

    Recent view on Shorpy- studio stand in action
    Mavens please identify
    http://www.shorpy.com/files/images/17198a.jpg

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    Re: The Century "Semi-Centennial" stand

    Jim- the gov't is printing stacks of $100 bills, but we all know they will only be handing them out to those who *already have* a stack of $100 bills. So be patient!

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    Re: The Century "Semi-Centennial" stand

    Well, silly me! I got in the wrong line I guess because they wanted my $100.00 bills and I laughed and laughed. Oh, I forgot that was the pay us now University line! I'm glad that line is going to come to an end soon and then maybe I can see what a Ben Franklin looks like!

    Jim

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    Re: The Century "Semi-Centennial" stand

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post
    Our gov't is printing those hundreds for you. Just stick your hand out and wait.
    i do not understand?!?!!? i do not own a failing bank or a poorly managed auto manufacturing company....are you SURE they are going to pay me? really?
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    Re: The Century "Semi-Centennial" stand

    Quote Originally Posted by EdWorkman View Post
    Recent view on Shorpy- studio stand in action
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    http://www.shorpy.com/files/images/17198a.jpg
    I liked this so much I made it my wallpaper on my desktop. It appears to be an 8X10 Ansco with Ansco stand. No clue on the lens of course because it's covered up with the black velvet lens shade. The thing sticking out in front was to hold different vignetter's. Looks identical to my outfit upstairs except I don't have the rack for the film holders.
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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