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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?
Anyone interested in running the 'wood this weekend? Im thinking heading up to the putin friday night, put on saturday morning, camp saturday night and run the rest of the way sunday.
Let me know if interested, Mike The good news: Leeds took some excellent photos I will post later. Best to stop by the Garden Valley Ranger Station on your way up.
but there is a torrent named as eztv, i don't know if they did it, but definitely it's the big bang theory. both are downloading okay though, if a little slower than they should.
the link in btjunkie.org: i grabbed them from tpb and currently have the following under each torrent in transmission: "tracker returned an error: requested download is not authorised for use with this tracker." seems weird, as both are eztv releases (apparently), and ep 12 isn't even listed on this site.
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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.
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