The importance ofa pre-shoot or dry-run

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by D-Mac, Feb 2, 2009.

  1. D-Mac

    Jeff R. Guest

    Actually, Alan, it's a mercy. We should be relieved for Doug's sake. It
    allows him to completely forget a myriad of embarrassing slip-ups and
    continue to lead a relatively normal life.

    Let's face it - a normal person would be overwhelmed with depression and
    guilt if they'd committed as many public faux pas as has Douggie.

    Case in point:

    Now - ask yourself - did Doug intend the footwear pun there, or is it just
    Alzheimer's rearing its ugly head (foot)? On the evidence to date? What do
    you think? Is Douggie's wit subtle and sharp enough for the "sole" pun?

    You see?
    Embrace your senility!
    Celebrate your Alzheimer's!
    Every morning, forget all the stupid, vulgar, crass, obscene, idiotic things
    you've done and said, and begin refreshed - confident that everyone else has
    forgotten yesterday's slip-ups too.

    Works for Doug.
    Sigghhh.
    If it keeps you happy, Doug.
     
    Jeff R., Feb 5, 2009
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    D-Mac Guest

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    Hey Bret... I've actually stood in front of that shit box you claim is
    home and I can tell you now...

    The rent from just one my holiday units would buy it three times over.
    Any time you want to come for a holiday mate, just let me know. You can
    have a week at Tangalooma for free. My shout.

    It's on the house if it's off-season. Learn how good the world actually
    can be when you keep the damn Yankees out. Don't bother bringing a
    camera. You can use mine mate. Take your pick... Like to swine who
    broke in over Christmas!

    No worries now. All brand new stuff... Sorry about Canon. I only use
    good quality stuff now. Kodak, Panasonic, Tevion. Oh the list just goes
    on! ROTFL.

    Any chance of an appology?
    http://www.d-mac.info/evidence/lies-of-bret-douglas.htm
     
    D-Mac, Feb 5, 2009
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    Annika1980 Guest

    You're a liar.
    My humble abode may be small like you say, but you've never stood in
    front of it.


    For your spelling?

    So you are claiming that the cabinet in your pic is made of wood?
    Sure looks like a metal filing cabinet to me. Who would paint good
    wood baby-shit yellow?
     
    Annika1980, Feb 5, 2009
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    tony cooper Guest

    That's no filing cabinet. In a furniture store it would be called a
    commode* Drawer on top, and vertical doors below. The surface is not
    metal; it's a laminate surface like Formica.

    *A modern commode, not a washstand with a cupboard below to store the
    chamber pot in. This is for people with inside plumbing, not
    Tennesseans.
     
    tony cooper, Feb 5, 2009
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    D-Mac Guest


    Ha, ha, ha.
    I couldn't have put it better myself!
    Never could understand how this jackass who claims to be so smart is so
    easy to lead into it every time. ROTFL.
     
    D-Mac, Feb 5, 2009
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    D-Mac Guest


    What is actually is ...is Adobe's idea of how a non-animated flash page
    should look so it still moves! ROTFL...

    Every time they get led into it as if I was born to lead. I think I'll
    change my name to Lassie. I sure can round up the sheep without effort.

    And... The hits keep piling up as the site's ratings start to climb.

    Idiots,
    sheep and
    Jackass's
    They work with such vigor and dedication ...and, without pay to get my
    web sites up to the top. It'd cost me thousands if I had to pay someone
    to do it. All I need to do now is post a photo with a pinstripe suit in
    it!

    When their $100 Walmart monitors go beserk on the pinstripes the party
    comes to life and the fun starts, they really ought to fill in an
    application for employment with me John.

    Pity them mate. They don't have the brains or talent to be scorned.
     
    D-Mac, Feb 5, 2009
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    Pete D Guest

    ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
     
    Pete D, Feb 6, 2009
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    Pete D Guest

    Whoops, "soles"?????
     
    Pete D, Feb 6, 2009
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    Pete D Guest

    Hits on a newsgroup??? Oh right, oh the irony...... But then again he did
    invent the internet so all is good................... ;-)
     
    Pete D, Feb 6, 2009
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    Pete D Guest

    Did you mean Dog have merci on your soles? Bit hard to follow...
     
    Pete D, Feb 6, 2009
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    Noons Guest

    Pete D wrote,on my timestamp of 6/02/2009 4:35 PM:

    Naturally. US folks are upside down in relation to Australia.
     
    Noons, Feb 6, 2009
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    Annika1980 Guest

    Oh, well that's different!
    So D-Mac takes pics of wedding cakes in front of the commode.
    LOL!
     
    Annika1980, Feb 6, 2009
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    tony cooper Guest

    The commode was left in place because he had not yet purchased his
    ladder when this shot was taken. He intended to stand on the commode
    later and shoot pictures of the bride to achieve the only angle from
    which her double chins did not appear to be a choker of flesh-colored
    flour sacks.
     
    tony cooper, Feb 6, 2009
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    Robert Coe Guest

    :
    : : > Alan Browne wrote:
    : >
    : >> Pete D wrote:
    : >> : >> > > D-Mac wrote:
    : >>
    : >> > > > No Bret... It's actually "Chest of draws". Not cabnet or
    : >> > > > cabinet.
    : >> > > >
    : >> > >
    : >> > > You're serious, right?
    : >> > >
    : >> > > If you're posting a grammar or usage flame, at least get the
    : >> > > spelling right, Doug.
    : >> >
    : >> > Doh, "Hollow Man" does it again........ ;-) Oh the irony!!!
    : >>
    : >> I'm actually concerned for D.Mac.
    : >>
    : >> His recent spelling and grammar mistakes, which I don't recall him
    : >> making often in the past, point to incipient and rapidly accelerating
    : >> senility.
    : >>
    : >> He better go get checked out.
    : >
    : >
    : > Ha, ha ha.... Amazing Stuff.
    : >
    : > You who are possesed with the demons at night and awake with haunting
    : > memories of what you did yesterday in the quest to survive are the real
    : > sufferers. May God have mercy on your soles!
    :
    : Whoops, "soles"?????

    Oh, the leatherity!!!

    Bob
     
    Robert Coe, Feb 14, 2009
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