California fire victim

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Omega, Oct 30, 2003.

  1. Omega

    Omega Guest

    Has anyone seen a report on CNN a couple of days ago with a guy who's house
    got burned to the ground. He lost everything he had, however his Canon
    Digital camera was hanging on his neck. Save the most important valuables
    and run. I just saw the neck strap, Black & white and it said, Canon and
    Digital on it. I figured it was his 300D or Eos Rebel or some sort of
    expensive DSLR. I admire ppl like that and feel sorry for them all at the
    same time. Hope they had insurance. We pray for the Californians.
     
    Omega, Oct 30, 2003
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    Joanne Guest

    I saw a story about a family who grabbed their photos/albums, important
    papers - and the hard drives from their computers.

    I can't imagine having my life devastated like that... having to start over
    from scratch... my prayers are with them as well.
     
    Joanne, Oct 30, 2003
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    Donald Gray Guest

    Amen to that.



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    Donald Gray, Oct 30, 2003
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    yep Guest

    I saw a story about a family who grabbed their photos/albums, important

    Photos/albums are irreplaceable too, and they contain a reflection of
    one's life. They are MUCH more than 'material stuff'.
     
    yep, Oct 30, 2003
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  5. Omega

    yep Guest

    Good to know. If I ever loose every single picture/film ever taken of
    me and all my family members I know now I can just go into K-Mart and
    get them back. Like nothing ever happened.
    No kidding.
     
    yep, Oct 31, 2003
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