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Yay! I got three thousand large rifle primers today, as promised by American Express.
I ordered these a long time ago, and the website said "less than 5 boxes available." I ordered 3 boxes of 1000, since no store or website anywhere else has a single primer in stock, and no one could say when they might have new stock. The next morning the website said "Out of Stock" and there it's remained all these weeks, so I figured they counted inventory wrong and my order would not be filled. But now it seems I got the last 3,000 primers on the planet, or at least within the CONUS.
Now, if anyone has a thousand small pistol primers handy, I'd consider a swap for a thousand of rifle.
My second digital camera was a Nikon CoolPix, and it's still an awesome little beast. Much better low light performance than my expensive DSLR, and far easier to use. All that you're giving up is the ability to swap lenses and stack filters, but having had a DSLR for several years, I find it difficult to remember the last time I really needed to do either. Just do it... and have a great trip!
I don't know what its replacement is but the Panasonic DMC-FX12 has been excellent for us, it's a few years old and still takes good pictures, decent movies etc.
Assuming Panasonic have maintained the quality over the last 5 (I'm guessing) years then I wouldn't hesitate to buy another.
I have a Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZX1, had this for 3+ years now, and it just works! small and compact, stardard SD memory card and had no issues with it. Whether it was in the various lighting conditions of Disney Florida, the Ski mountains in Flaine, the low light levels in offshore modules, it has been just fine.
There are newer versions of it now. If mine was to eventually die, I would probably go with the another one.
I really liked that movie, primarily because of the stunning performance of Delphine Chaneac as "Dren," the adult mutoid. Adrien Brody I consider a walking disaster as an actor. I thought the screenplay plot twists, with overtones of incest, were well-written.
"We should totally focus the vision of the natural intelligence on the smallest and easiest things, and we should dwell on them for a long time, so long, until we have become accustomed to intuiting the truth distinctly and perspicuously."René Descartes
I love these flavored 'mints'. My mom does as well, and ate 3 full containers of them before I confiscated the rest and hid them somewhere else (there were a total of 300 containers, we found 20-Packs for $2.00 at Wallmart).
Do you guys like these little, tasty (IMO) 'mints'?
None of those flavors sound good mixed with mint except coffee. One of the chocolate makers has a dark chocolate with some hot pepper (not jalapeno) in it that's quite good. I'll pass on the mustard ice cream, I like both but not together.
I often make very large prints from unexposed film, and every one of them turns out to be a picture of myself as I once dreamed I would be.
Is there anybody who just craves or is "addicted to coffee" as a software developer, computer/system programmer or just plain "programmer." For instance, you may pause a project briefly just to brew and sip a cup of Joe. Like you cannot live or cannot survive a day without thinking about having a craving of this drug?
Simple Thanks and Regards,
Brandon T. H.
Programming in C and C++ now, now developing applications, services and drivers (and maybe some kernel modules...psst kernel-mode drivers...psst).
Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. - Thomas Edison
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