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01-03-2014, 11:28 AM   #2566
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QuoteOriginally posted by nomadkng Quote
are you guys "dis"-sing me?

i'm at work, so I refuse to turn on my brain and look up those big words.

i'm quickly becoming disenchanted with this whole thread and now i'm feeling disenfranchised as well..
Don't be distressed or despair! Dis stuff is normal for dis here thread.

01-03-2014, 11:32 AM   #2567
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The best thing about this thread is, you have no idea where it will be when you come back.
And it's self-sustaining and it takes absolutely no intellectual effort to contribute on any topic whatsoever... sort of like the kitchen chat.

I feel pity, though, for the newcomers who stumble into this thread - thinking that 75,000 views must mean it has some socially-redeeming quality or reveals some deeply-hidden secrets about the K-3. Now, that other active thread on the lens decision and options is much more enchanting and less disenfranchising, even if it has complicated technical bits.

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01-03-2014, 11:42 AM   #2568
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01-03-2014, 11:50 AM   #2569
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true, this thread has a disproportionate view count for the lack of antidisestablishmentarianism regarding the cult of pentax

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Sometimes I like to think about Pentax, and sometimes I like to think about burgers with cheese and bacon, washed down by a beer, and sometimes I think about them both simultaneously.
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QuoteOriginally posted by crewl1 Quote
My friend Harvey just told me so.
Did Harvey have a waffle on his head? If not, then you can't trust anything he says. He tried to tell me once that pink elephants weren't real, and we all know how that turned out.
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I had a burger with cheese and bacon for lunch; unfortunately, I thought about work while I ate it.

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Sometimes I like to think about Pentax, and sometimes I like to think about burgers with cheese and bacon, washed down by a beer, and sometimes I think about them both simultaneously.
just don't get them confused. the gastric consequences could be many
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There once was a Lass from Kilkenny
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The loo took a shot
And got 100% crop
And the Maid cleaned it up with her mop.
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QuoteOriginally posted by nomadkng Quote
are you guys "dis"-sing me?

i'm at work, so I refuse to turn on my brain and look up those big words.

i'm quickly becoming disenchanted with this whole thread and now i'm feeling disenfranchised as well..
I truly hope this won't cause you to discommend the thread despite feeling a bit of a disconnection due to being at work. I assure you that we are not deliberately, dispassionately, disaccommodating you by posting while you are toiling away. We are completely without dissympathy and discompassion for your situation.
I hope your limited participation from work is dispunishable, as we would hate for you to become disprofitable. There is a diseconomy in making an employer dissatisfied due to a disproportionate goofing off/work ratio, or any discompliance with company policy.

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Velvety, obviously. A cheese that failed to become a cheese.
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Damn you Auto Correct! Velveeta, not velvety!
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"What we have here is a failure to communicate".
AKA Cognitive Dissonance.
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