Re: Rant: Product support or athletic support?
- From: Graham Reed <greed@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2005 17:11:13 -0400
abuse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx () writes:
> Graham Reed <greed@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Well, if he's in the right part of wv.us, around this widget
> Nice dish, but I bet they *still* can't get Channel 5.
They've been known to get washing machines....
Their "directional radio interference detector" looked suspiciously
like several old TV-type Yagis with an antenna rotor.
Unfortunately, I discovered that leaving the fully-charged battery
pack for the camera on the sofa in the "ready to pack" pile, but not
ACTUALLY putting it into the tank-bag, results in a distinct lack of
picture-taking ability. Especially if one has chosen to leave out the
charger for space reasons.
With the DSLR, this is no longer an issue, an entire saddlebag is
dedicated to camera & lapdog, and there's plenty of room for the
point-n-shoot's spare battery and charger in the DSLR's gadget bag.
Clothing can be bungeed to the pillion seat.
OK, going by this 'froup, it looks like certain parties in Redmond
have an 8.7% browser market share.
That's still too many.
But it is for a good reason. Not dying on the job is cool.
-- Randy the Random in the Monastery
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