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Old 1 Week Ago   #121
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Remember, keep it all in Contax. The Sunpak will Chinon tomorrow. Every emulsion has a silver lining.
Yes, self-reflectance is always a good thing. However, if the symptoms persist, your doctor can take a swab and see what bacteria or fungus grows on a Petri dish.
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I hope to avoid major medical builds, or I will need a Cosina for a loan or my payments will not be Metz. I shutter to think about that.
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I'm sorry about your predicament, sometimes life throws you curves. Look on the bright side. If you Compur and contrast, you'll find many people have it a lot worse.
This is Brillant advice. It really keeps things in focus when you have a positive outlook.
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Discussions around healthcare can quickly become circular and polarizing. We should filter our comments. Greyscale, N.D. (not despair), I am sure you'll have a successful, if graduated recovery.

If you need to get out of the house, you might want to Rolleinar wheelchair.
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If the Petri dish results come back negative, the doctor may order additional tests. For one, he may use a rubber mallet to check your single reflex.
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The lack of clarity being experienced may be due to fungus. This may be accompanied by cloudiness, usually referred to as haze. He may need a more sophisticated Certified Laboratory Assessment (CLA) to form a clear image of the subject. Focus is key and keeping exposure to recommended levels, unlike during the Horesman ride. I shutter to think what could happen if this is left untreated. The optics on this are not clear.
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If Yashica second opinion, that doctor may recommend newer therapies. There may be Lynx to other maladies. As a last resort, Electro shock therapy may help ameliorate symptoms.
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If Yashica second opinion, that doctor may recommend newer therapies. There may be Lynx to other maladies. As a last resort, Electro shock therapy may help ameliorate symptoms.
Can I Minister these treatments at home, or should I have Professional handle it? Perhaps this can be done at the Campus medical clinic?
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Get it taken care of. Would hate to see you have a Hartblei attack.
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Perhaps you could Cooke up your own remedy and Taylor it to your needs. Of course it might end up being a Hobson's choice.
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Perhaps you could Cooke up your own remedy and Taylor it to your needs. Of course it might end up being a Hobson's choice.
Cokin up your own remedies is Arri sk. Tiffen its Wratten in the Bible: 'Those who are well have no need of a physician' implies those who are SLIK do.
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Hoya doing, Mark? It's not always B+W as Ma roomie likes to say!
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Hoya doing, Mark? It's not always B+W as Ma roomie likes to say!
Superb! I would not Vito that Brilliant statement with such Virtus! And from an RFF member who is Prominent II !
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Perhaps you could Cooke up your own remedy and Taylor it to your needs. Of course it might end up being a Hobson's choice.
The last time that I tried to Cooke up a home remedy, we ended up with Triplets! I think that I forgot the Waterford stops.
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The last time that I tried to Cooke up a home remedy, we ended up with Triplets! I think that I forgot the Waterford stops.

If you want to Cooke, go to the Dynar. In fact I think there is a Dynaron the corner of your street. I would not Contina like this.
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Come on folks, if you are a little down, read these puns. They will Perkeo'up.
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Perhaps you could Cooke up your own remedy and Taylor it to your needs. Of course it might end up being a Hobson's choice.
Maybe medicine is not needed. Try Vitomatic II times a day. If not enough, take some Moersch.
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A more Zenzanon state is always good for health. Relax, take a deep breath, and say OM...
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A more Zenzanon state is always good for health. Relax, take a deep breath, and say OM...
Great pun ! Skopar it!
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I don't know if what da man says is true. Heliar.
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The last time that I tried to Cooke up a home remedy, we ended up with Triplets! I think that I forgot the Waterford stops.
If all else fails, call on the Lord.
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If all else fails, call on the Lord.
Or you could wish upon a star trail.
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Or you could wish upon a star trail.
That would be SLIK.
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Greyscale, have you also Nokton wood? It's the Lucky thing to do.
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Greyscale, just don't worry about it. It's Friday. Go out and get Littmann (Just stay off the Horseman).
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If you need a referral to a specialist, I can recommend Dr. Olympus. He has a MD.
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........... and even then I am not so sure.
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........... and even then I am not so sure.
It's an acquired taste. Some people have, some people don't, and that's Alaris to it.
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Saw an awesome new play tonight: Pyrocat on a Hot Tin Plate, it starred Olympus Newton Ring.
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It's an acquired taste. Some people have, some people don't, and that's Alaris to it.
I find puns a pain in the backside. Even so, I cannot stop from using them myself. In fact In fact you might say I am my own worst enema.
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I find puns a pain in the backside. Even so, I cannot stop from using them myself. In fact In fact you might say I am my own worst enema.
Hemorrhoids are also a pain in the backside, but surgery can help. Just don't try to cut it off yourself with an Exacta knife or anything.
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RE:sin coated paper, what's the paper coated with?
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Genre-ly speaking, if you flash in the street will your landscape be revealed? Let your (Jaeger Le Coultre) Compass be your guide number.
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Took my Fuji Instax to the Artic, but when we got there I was denied access because I did not have a Polar oID.
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Took my Fuji Instax to the Artic, but when we got there I was denied access because I did not have a Polar oID.
Since your Fuji Instax doesn't have a hotshoe, you probably got coldshoe and wet sockets. And possibly some frostbite depending on how long you stayed before they de-ported you.
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RE:sin coated paper, what's the paper coated with?

Re:sin coated paper is for printing the unvarnished truth.
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Re:sin coated paper is for printing the unvarnished truth.
You seem to have glossed over the details. If you have a pearl of wisdom, please share with us less educated about printing. I don't know much about the process, and you seem multi-grades above me in terms of experience.
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DBLS, some say I am the Prints of Darkness, shadowy and opaque. I expose to the left. I am the thin negative of your nightmares. Bwahaha.
Actually I don't know the faintest about printing. My level would be about Grade 5.
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The printing topic needs to be enlarged a bit. I feel some are Fujinon the truth. Be sure only to use red filtered safe Leitz in the darkroom. This leads to a Prefex enalrgement and quality Prinz, just ask Ross. Keep your enlarging lenses in a Wollensak when not being used.
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Seems like printing is a whole new learning curve. One should probably make a lith and check it twice.
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