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    Poll: It's spreading here. It was almost 80 today and...

    It's spreading here. It was almost 80 today and it's always dry.
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    Poll: The problem with that view is this; if you think...

    The problem with that view is this; if you think it was overreacting, it worked
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    Poll: Yep. It's all about flattening the infection/time...

    Yep. It's all about flattening the infection/time curve.

    Ignoring worst case scenario is, frankly, stupid. Knowing it allows you to rationally respond, without panic.
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    They do indeed.
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    Poll: It's just the start, however the biggest problem...

    It's just the start, however the biggest problem is if/when it overwhelms the healthcare system. At that point, more people are going to die than otherwise would. Simply because the resources do not...
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    Poll: I hate to be alarmist, but I suspect this is...

    I hate to be alarmist, but I suspect this is normal and that thought, scares the hell out of me. Not the virus, with sanity that's not a huge deal (look at South Korea), but peoples insanity in panic...
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    Which is fine by me, I have at least 20 years...

    Which is fine by me, I have at least 20 years before I can retire anyway (assuming that's actually ever a possibilty) so while I (in theory) took over a $30,000 loss (not counting 401k) since the...
  8. I agree! Although, unfortunately we don't often...

    I agree! Although, unfortunately we don't often get Jarrah so I have no idea how tooling works on it :)
  9. Looks a bit chunky to shave with, I'd cut myself.

    Looks a bit chunky to shave with, I'd cut myself.
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    Poll: Look at South Korea if you want a more realistic...

    Look at South Korea if you want a more realistic view I think. They've tested more than anyone else. The US system has the most cost per benefit of any system in the first world, not sure that's the...
  11. Here I was just thinking that I haven't seen an...

    Here I was just thinking that I haven't seen an improvement over a well made/balanced safety razor fitted with a GOOD quality sharp blade. That still costs scads less than the fancy ones.
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    I expect Derek to have one last post on this,...

    I expect Derek to have one last post on this, when the finish is completed ;)
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    I go back too, also shot medium format weddings,...

    I go back too, also shot medium format weddings, was an ASP/ASMP member and shot for various media companies. Worked in professional darkrooms and have a degree in this. I still own a 503c ;)

    You...
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    Kind of a heartless way to look at it, isn't it?

    Kind of a heartless way to look at it, isn't it?
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    All of that applies to color. Light is light. The...

    All of that applies to color. Light is light. The fact that my digital camera is FAR more sensitive than film, really has little to do with the exposure (other than simply allowing more slop, or more...
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    Process yeah.. shooting? Not really. No.

    Process yeah.. shooting? Not really. No.
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    .. and everything that was put in place to...

    .. and everything that was put in place to prevent it, has been since undone.
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    The Z adapter doesn't stop the aperture open for...

    The Z adapter doesn't stop the aperture open for focusing, which.. is one of the reasons I don't find that solution so appealing :)
  19. Most of my KD framing lumber is wet. It's also...

    Most of my KD framing lumber is wet. It's also almost all Douglas Fir in this location. Sometimes it's so resin-filled it's ridiculous. Sometimes, it's not.
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    Of course one is coming. There is always one...

    Of course one is coming. There is always one coming. I do, however, believe we're walking into one due to failing to learn from previous mistakes (as usual).
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    Security components require constant updating....

    Security components require constant updating. It's really not surprising that when support ends for a product that stops too. Not surprising at all. If you're using an out of support product, you...
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    I have a lot of auto focus lenses from the film...

    I have a lot of auto focus lenses from the film days that work just fine and dandy on my D850 ;) I also have factory converted AI lenses that work as you indicate. Nikon hasn't changed their mount...
  23. and one man bucking saws are not huge either :)

    and one man bucking saws are not huge either :)
  24. I got the first layer of insulation (mostly)...

    I got the first layer of insulation (mostly) installed on the ceiling of my shop. It hit the low/mid 60's yesterday, and it's already making a huge difference over an exposed steel roof. I'm now...
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    Yep, I can tell the difference too, but... after...

    Yep, I can tell the difference too, but... after almost 20 years, I still haven't replaned my bench top (it's sugar maple, aka hard maple). In practice, as a top, I don't think it'd matter much.
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