Re: I don't feel so lonely - Burkholder is coming up north.

From: Photogecko Austin ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/24/05-01:22:03 AM Z
Message-id: <bc341aa9518f5157b4a03993f1165ced@photogecko.com>

Dan is coming up North. . . . ? Wow! Really. . . ?

Here are some ways to prepare:

-- Send away your wives and daughters (or husbands and sons. . .
whatever)
-- Set free any horses, cattle, goats, swine, etc.; euthanize any small
pets
-- Donate all items of value to charity; burn everything else
-- Mail your wallet to your most distant relative
-- Change your name to Sandy King
-- Join a fledgling monastic order just off the coast of Norway

These are just a few first-blush suggestions. If you would like more
detailed info, please let me know off-list.

I hope this helps!

--John
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John Campbell
Photogecko Studios & Gallery
1413 S. 1st Street
Austin, TX 78704
512.797.9375

www.photogecko.com
On Oct 24, 2005, at 1:34 AM, Ehud Yaniv wrote:

> Well,
>
> We are starting to feel some love in the frozen North. I just signed
> up for
> Dan's one day blitz course in Vancouver, BC.
>
> Sometimes it gets so lonely up here. We can use the company. Thanks
> for
> coming up Dan!
>
> Now I just have to improve my weak Photoshop skills in 3 weeks.
>
> Seriously, with our labour dispute just over and 2 weeks of lost
> wages, my
> view camera purchase has been put of indefinitely. Maybe I can
> finally get
> some working digital negatives. Negative size as kept me from doing
> any
> alt-photo processes to date (though I think I will be taking a Bromoil
> course in the summer with David Lewis allowing me to use my 35mm
> negatives.)
>
> Ehud
>
>
Received on Mon Oct 24 01:22:19 2005

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