The FS evacuated everyone out of the Deadwood Resevoir last night. I drove through at about 5 pm and the hills NW side of the lake were on Fire -- Spetacular.
* Sum1 0 o throws a brick through jagex's window -! * Flaysian pretends to remember how the American education system works i had a house teleport and my tort was gona vanish -!
You could go to Jamflax HQ and throw a brick through a window with that suggestion tied to it. there still are final exams (abitur) and seminar essays and portfolios and alot of extra work.
He'll get up you so fast you'll think he's rocket propelled if you so much as think about... digital has served the digital photographic community well and continues to have the broadest, most comprehensive range of digital photographic topics of any group. Pity it's netcop has returned to do as he sees as his duty and make sure all you scumbags toe the line... I've seen you defend 'bottom posting' and conscientious snipping that matter. -- -- r.p.e.35mm user resource: r.p.d.slr-systems: [SI] gallery & rulz: -- e-meil: there's no such thing as a Free Lunch. Rec.photo.digital has become a victim of it's own success. -- As long as Major League Baseball expects public funding for their facilities, and as long as they enjoy an added level of freedom of operation from an anti-trust exemption, then there is a public trust and public interest involved. I'm a rank newbie to this NG, but since the DSLR Usent group already exists, seems like it'd be the Spock thing to do is use it. -- ATM, aka Jerry Rivers of traffic and discussion that will make it worthwhile to them.
top posting mentioning anything other than precisely DSLR Or any of the other cardinal sins he sees as his duty to police. Only about 18% of the world's ISPs actually carry the group on their servers and even fewer update it hourly. Who really wants to get into a quasi "moderated" group where freedom to discuss whatever you want about digital photography is not just discouraged by this individual but openly policed? I'm not sure who you're calling scumbags, but that is hardly the high minded behaviour you seem to espouse. Then you might then rethink you attitude when replying to one of the few that show up there.
Archived from groups: rec.photo.digital,rec.photo.equipment.35mm (More info? ) It's been a little over 2 months since the formation of rpd.slr-systems. For my take on this thread, perhaps it would be helpful to allow/encourage people to talk about DSLRs in the context of "what's better, P & S or DSLR? -- ATM, aka Jerry Rivers news:rec.photo.digital.slr-systems .
In November, there were 560 posts December 1385 The group has reached critical mass for digital slr system discussions. ) of drawing the ire of some, I would urge discussions specific to DSLR's move over to news:rec.photo.digital.slr-systems . -- -- r.p.e.35mm user resource: r.p.d.slr-systems: [SI] gallery & rulz: -- e-meil: there's no such thing as a Free Lunch. Successful enough that it has more than doubled over Dec. My message is meant to urge more people over now that the NG has a base amount of traffic and discussion that will make it worthwhile to them. -- -- r.p.e.35mm user resource: r.p.d.slr-systems: [SI] gallery & rulz: -- e-meil: there's no such thing as a Free Lunch. " (or words to that effect) here in rec.photo.digital, and take the in-depth discussion, problems, help, etc. Will 'Annika' Douglas be flooding it with film based shots?
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Some ISP's (including my own, damnit) still don't carry it, I have to access it via an account a friend set up for me elsewhere. mike -- Getting an education was a bit like a communicable sexual disease.
I currently have a P & S but I'm always on the lookout for what's new in DSLRs, so I'll start monitoring the other NG now.
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