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Chat / Re: The photo thread
« Last post by OpenC on Today at 12:34:53 PM »
Lola would pose all day but Rosie is just three months and not so good as a result, so this one is more luck than judgement (although it's like plenty of other things - the more you practice the luckier you get).  I'll post the rest of the burst when I get home so you can see how the rest of the 1.5 seconds that I had the shutter pressed went :lol:
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If it hasn't been completed by the time we return to play, then I won't be confident in it happening at all
Why may I ask?
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Chat / Re: What are you eating?
« Last post by neesy111 on Today at 12:32:08 PM »
Those pizzas remind me of my father putting garlic sauce on his.  Vile.
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Chat / Re: What are you eating?
« Last post by Disco on Today at 12:31:16 PM »
Pancakes look genuinely nice.
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Chat / Re: The photo thread
« Last post by neesy111 on Today at 12:29:01 PM »
Wouldn't normally post a dog picture in here but I do really rather like this one (and it's also an admirable demo of what a five year old Fuji camera can do at ISO of around 5000 with a kit zoom lens).



You always seem to get your dogs in the right position.  Or does it take like 100 attempts? :lol:
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If it hasn't been completed by the time we return to play, then I won't be confident in it happening at all
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It'll happen out of the blue. We'll have days or weeks of nothing. No news or no updates and then POOF! deal announced.

Then we'll hit our second wave, go back into a more strict lockdown and have to wait even longer for football to restart and to peddle Bruce.
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Chat / Re: USA Presidential Election - Jesus we're really going with Joe
« Last post by Sima on Today at 12:27:17 PM »

Righto, mate.
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Come to think of it I actually had a dream last night that this all got confirmed and Staveley was on the pitch with Shelvey. It was a peculiar amalgam of the news being confirmed, but revealed in the form of an on-pitch trophy presentation with an empty stadium. Shelvey had this s**** chrome and plastic trophy and was quite emotional, meanwhile Staveley was stood rigidly on her own on this little platform, looking absolutely robotic - dead eyes looking straight forward. I remember thinking, oh God, we've all been duped, she's a Terminator or something. It was quite anxiety-inducing.

So yes I'd reiterate that I'm feeling quite weary about the whole thing.
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Chat / Re: The photo thread
« Last post by OpenC on Today at 12:25:24 PM »
Wouldn't normally post a dog picture in here but I do really rather like this one (and it's also an admirable demo of what a five year old Fuji camera can do at ISO of around 5000 with a kit zoom lens).

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