I've used all three and I like each one best.
Jan 20, 2009 11:19:32 PM, rollei_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
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well for lack of a better _expression_, more interesting, what about the
Tessar 3.5 vs the Panar and Xexotar? so there.
On Jan 20, 2009, at 5:23 PM, Peter K. wrote:
> Its gets old with everyone expressing their ideology disguised as fact.
> Can we please get back to something interesting? I mean even the
> Planar v. Xenotar at least was more interesting.
> On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 1:14 PM, Richard Knoppow
> <dickburk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Marc James Small"
>> To: <rollei_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Sent: Monday, January 19, 2009 5:06 PM
>> Subject: [rollei_list] Re: Happy MLK Day
>> At 07:40 PM 1/19/2009, marvin0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> >I should have added Europe is highly unlikely to elect a man of
>> >to a leading position,"regardless of talent". At least the Americans
>> >practice what they preach.
>> Thanks, Marvin. Whether you agree with his
>> policies or his oratorical style (much form,
>> little substance), there is no question that
>> Obama is a VERY talented individual who promises
>> much. Race played almost no role in the
>> election, although there were some Blacks who
>> might otherwise have voted for McCain and, of
>> course, a bunch of hardcore Whites who just could
>> never vote for a Black. But these were minor
>> parts of the equation we saw unfold last November.
>> US Blacks have been slowly turning Republican as
>> they have increased in economic clout. US
>> Hispanics are also starting to do the same.
>> The history of race relations in the US is
>> fascinating but poorly understood even by our own
>> citizens. I wish our schools taught it more clearly.
>> Yesterday CSPAN re-ran a talk Obama made in NYC at a book signing
>> in 2004. I think if you see this (likely to be repeated several
>> times) that you would change your mind that Obama's speeches are all
>> style and little substance. I think this may be more true of his
>> campaign speeches, probably delibrately.
>> Richard Knoppow
>> Los Angeles, CA, USA
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