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12-16-2014, 11:29 AM   #12526
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote

Stalin ... ?!

Désolé BIG P, the Mod guy ... first religion, now politics.

Guess who's gonna get the "Banhammer" next ...

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OOOOOOOooooOOO ... where's that?!
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12-16-2014, 11:29 AM   #12527
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
Poor hociR ... 9,999.00€ is a bit steep for a DA 21 ...

Objectif DA 21mm f/3.2 AL Limited
What makes that any more special than the American one at $699.95?

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Cheers to that!

Or that!

It's not as if I'm siding with anyone.



Edit: Oops... That picture was taken with one of the hociR's creations. Sorry

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There was nothing wrong with your post, Jean. I was just pointing out that we all have different views of heaven.
D'accord !!! Bien reçu "5/5" ("Cinq sur cinq") ...

Rough cut translation = OK !!! Signal received at 100% ...

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Bacon and cheese go great together, especially when put inbetween 2 slices of buttery toasted bread.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
What makes that any more special than the American one at $699.95?

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You have the "prestige element" of ordering it in French ... which is almost priceless.

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Bacon via bacon ...
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Cheers
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Another Bacon.

Robert Bacon, 1860-1919, American banker and government official, b. Jamaica Plain, Mass. He embarked upon a career in business and in 1894 accepted a partnership with J. P. Morgan and Company. He participated in the formation (1901) of the U.S. Steel Corp. and the Northern Securities Company. Bacon later served (1905-9) as Assistant Secretary of State under President Theodore Roosevelt, and was briefly (1909) Secretary of State. He was (1909-12) also ambassador to France. An outspoken proponent of U.S. entry into World War I, he served (1917-19) in the U.S. army. He wrote For Better Relations with Our Latin American Neighbors (1915).





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Another Bacon.

Robert Bacon, 1860-1919, American banker and government official, b. Jamaica Plain, Mass. He embarked upon a career in business and in 1894 accepted a partnership with J. P. Morgan and Company. He participated in the formation (1901) of the U.S. Steel Corp. and the Northern Securities Company. Bacon later served (1905-9) as Assistant Secretary of State under President Theodore Roosevelt, and was briefly (1909) Secretary of State. He was (1909-12) also ambassador to France. An outspoken proponent of U.S. entry into World War I, he served (1917-19) in the U.S. army. He wrote For Better Relations with Our Latin American Neighbors (1915).
"I did not know that!" - J. Carson
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Cheers to that!

Or that!

It's not as if I'm siding with anyone.



Edit: Oops... That picture was taken with one of the hociR's creations. Sorry
This wasn't.

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And these were also not offspring of the livE hociR.





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No hociR here.


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Isn't it time to recognise the female Bacons??

Delia Bacon, American writer famous for her plays and short stories, she was a Shakespeare scholar and worked extensively with the Shakespeare authorship question. Also sister of Congregational Minister Leonard Bacon.

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...and now my bottle of beer is empty Time to get some work done!
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Isn't it time to recognise the female Bacons??

Delia Bacon, American writer famous for her plays and short stories, she was a Shakespeare scholar and worked extensively with the Shakespeare authorship question. Also sister of Congregational Minister Leonard Bacon.
Nice.

So let's see her brother Leonard.
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