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09-08-2007, 05:50 AM   #16
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Replied on the K10D

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Dave, I will have a k100d shortly(IF I don't buy the new Fuji???) Will the 55mm1.7 work with the Pentax k100d?? It should be razor sharp ??Is it clean, no scratches or fungus?? How much shipped to Los Angeles 91316..Jim jamey15@socal.rr.com
It will be approx 78mm on the k100d .Is that too close for kids pics??
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Sorry it's sold, just updated.
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OK, down to two items. Offers welcome

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Starting with twins makes it easy to add a 3rd in a couple years time. It also makes you look at your friends and ask what are they complainin about, we're doing it with 2 and they only have one.
The only thing about twins is what one can't think of to get into the other will. Half our house was picked up above waist height for the first couple years once they started crawlin. But then with boys they can be a bit more of a handful up front in life, than girls.
Our 3rd boy arrived 2 1/2 years later just as the twins were getting ready to be toilet trained so we had 3 runnin around in diapers for awhile.
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Congrats to you and your wife. I am a twin, (seen me, seen us both) and for what it is worth, Mum always said, it was a joyous, but exhausting timefor her.
Interesting note, in our case, she siad the beauty of it was, almost invariably if one of us was crying, screaming, or whatever, the other was usually sound asleep. Strange that, but perhaps a redeeming feature.
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Yes we are really looking forward to it, but I'm sure we have no idea what we are in for

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