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    Re: ROLL CALL

    Several times a day.
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    Re: Portraits June 2019

    First? Well done!
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Which bike did that?
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    Re: Here are some beauties...

    Natural beauty indeed, John. Anyone who watches silent movies on TCM recognizes some of these ladies.
  5. Re: Exhibition in Observance of the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots

    Congratulations, Robert. An honor well deserved!
  6. Thread: Nude

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    Re: Nude

    I know nothing about PS but love the results. Nice!
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    Re: Central Camera Chicago & Ilford NEWS

    Many moons ago, I had a studio near St Louis. I had a new RB-67, which became my workhorse. When it malfunctioned, I drove it to Calumet for repair. When they found out how far I had driven, they...
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    Re: What is a"vision"?

    Double Vision aka Diplopia. That's how I found out I was a Type II Diabetic.
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    Re: A Failure of Vision

    You already have a taxi, i.e., ME.
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    Re: Clarification of FS/WTB bumping rules

    Amen, Randy. If one does not want to use it, don't use it. It obviously works for some, as I see quite a few SOLD notifications.
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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    Gonna get me a Weegee hat if I ever find out what it was.
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    Re: Bored on a Sunday morning

    I just bought my wife a Huffy one-speed for her birthday, the type I learned to ride as a child. Speaking of balance, my brother's HS classmate could sit balanced on a stationary bike all day. I...
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    Re: Why Large Format?

    I flunked Geometry in HS and received a D in Algebra in HS and college, so I guess math was not my impetus.
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    Re: Native Thai Flower

    Very nice, Neil!
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    Re: Nobody Home

    Very nice, Neil!
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    Re: March Portraits 2019

    I must admit that I am thinking seriously about one for my Pacemaker. I know that there are more practical alternatives, but I am often not practical.
  17. Re: Advice Wanted: best way to get an 8x10 back for a Deardorff V8?

    Any back in the future for a V8 will be a used one or a third party copy. I am still waiting for Barry Cochran to finish the 8x10 back for my V8 that IMO will be the last made under the Deardorff...
  18. Re: 2018/2019 8X10/11X14 Print Exchange begins today

    Great job, Randy!
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    Re: New Freestyle Catalog & Products!

    I just got mine in the mail and love it!
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    Re: Is the 5x7 format endangered?

    Don't try telling Steve Simmons that 5x7 is dead.
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    Re: What about Richard Ritter

    Wow, Richard. I can only imagine the questions that person would have for John Coffer.
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    Poll: Re: Poll 2019: Age at last birthday

    Amen, Randy. My wife looked at bicycles from WalMart on her phone Friday. When I went to FB on my Kindle Saturday, the first ad that popped up showed bicycles from WalMart.
  23. Thread: Aircraft

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    Re: Aircraft

    Randy, if I ever hit the lottery, a ride in a P-51 will be a must. I used to sketch WWII and Korean era allied planes while sitting in grade school classes. Maybe that explains my poor grades. I...
  24. Thread: Aircraft

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    Re: Aircraft

    What a great story and great shots, Earl! Not only of the B-17, but the B-24 and P-51, among others. Nice!
  25. Thread: Aircraft

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    Re: Aircraft

    Great news, Mark, as the last I had heard, the Memphis Belle was being neglected. At the same show, there was a B-24 which I took great interest in. One of my uncles was a radio operator/gunner in...
  26. Thread: Aircraft

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    Re: Aircraft

    The CAF used to have, and may still have, a B-17, Sentimental Journey, which was manufactured at the end of the war and never saw combat. I took my son through it over 20 years ago when it made a...
  27. Thread: Aircraft

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    Re: Aircraft

    Close, but no cigar for me and a DC-3. One of my roommates in basic training was DC-3 pilot for Ozark Airlines out of St Louis. In Vietnam, I flew in an Air America C-46, a cousin of the C-47. ...
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    Re: KODAK EVERYDAY® ORIGINAL Legal?

    I have to admit that my view of attorneys was influenced by dealing with corrupt ones involved in representing clients in Social Security Disability cases. Eric Conn is the most egregious example,...
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    Re: Should I Bite the PayPal Bullet?

    I have been ready to buy items on the forum here, but when I saw the PP only disclaimer, I went to the next seller. I stopped being involved 15 years ago with PP on fleabay, when someone, no doubt...
  30. Re: BROAD STREET BULLIES BEWARE we have a show coming at you

    And here I thought it had to do with the Philadelphia Flyers NHL team of the 70s aka The Broad Street Bullies. Whew!
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    Re: Your favorite photographers and genres?

    I would be remiss if I didn't mention Dean Collins, arguably the greatest commercial photographer in history, who left us way too soon. IMO he was also arguably the greatest photo educator. Anyone...
  32. Re: Have decided to make my office a clean room

    Excellent point, Randy. Back in the old days when I was using my bloodhounds in criminal searches for the police or when it was a search and rescue, I was taught early on that our bodies are...
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    Re: The tale of a 'dorff

    I wish I would have been aware of this when I lived in Fayetteville, as I drove through Columbia a few times. I never wanted to stop there, knowing of the city's sordid history. It would great if...
  34. Re: Rebuilding a Burke & James 5X7 View Camera

    Great job! Someone at B & J must have owned lots of stock in the paint business.
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    Re: Hi from Australia

    Hi, Nanette. I did a little photography for my brother's architectural firm, but was primarily a portrait/commercial photographer. Welcome to the forum and let's hope it cools off soon for you!...
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    Re: how old are we?

    I feel my age at 75 and really admire my elders on here. Jim Jones, et al, are truly an inspiration to me. Thank you all.
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    Re: Happy New Year ! Jan 2019 portrait

    Nice! Love that AE!
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    Re: Best Writing on Photography Ever!

    Having read thousands of Mental Status Exam reports by psychiatrists and psychologists and thousands of psychiatric hospital discharge summaries, I came to the conclusion many years ago that there is...
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    Re: A Slide Show Tribute to Mother & WWII

    Great tribute, my friend.
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    Re: Happy New Year ! Jan 2019 portrait

    Wonderful.
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