I haven't taken a photo in nearly 2 weeks

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NIKON D70 - 1/30 sec, f4.5 at 52mm

Actually I have taken one photo in the last 2 weeks. I took a photo of the whiteboard at work so that we knew what we had written there. I'm defintely going on a photo mission this weekend. I miss the chase.

Just in case you were wondering...

No I didn't have anything better to do tonight...

  • I wonder how many people will go back a few posts to see if they can see your odd lump on your foot.
    Dinny - Thursday, 22 September, 2005 23:07
  • I think you will find the thingee on your foot is a gangleon......they get rid of them by smashing them with a hammer....you might even own a rubber hammer and Gabby will be quite well enough qualified to execute the manoeuvre.....if it is not an aforesaid gangleon, then buggered if I know what it is......enjoy the next two weeks of school holidays....Gabby can sleep in, Alice can sleep in, Sarah can sleep in and Dave cannot sleep in.
    Michele - principal\'s PA - Friday, 23 September, 2005 9:44
  • I admit Im actually over my demerits. The cop told me as he booked me not to pay the ticket and it would not be added on to my tally till I did. So Im waiting paitiently till some old ones drop off so I have room for new ones. The only problem is I got another small one the other day damn it. Your post prompted me too ring them and find out the lay of the land. Never buy a radar dectector they just make you speed and well you can't break fast enough at 160km to not get caught.
    David Serville - Friday, 23 September, 2005 9:48
  • So based on a hunch, you want me (or Gabba) to hit my foot with a hammer? Good one Doctor. My little brother had a ganglion on his wrist and the doctor told us to hit it witha a bible. Apparently it was heavy enough to fix it but not as damaging as a hammer. And you coudl claim God fixed the gangleon.
    Dave - Friday, 23 September, 2005 9:49

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