Jeff Charles

Jeff Charles

Lives in Mexico Oaxaca de Juarez, Oaxaca, Mexico
Works as a Retired
Joined on Oct 22, 2003

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  • hjr13 wrote: Jeff Charles wrote: You still haven't told me what you mean by "what the second amendment demands." I guess he means if you can round up enough people with guns, you can do whatever...
  • Replied in That's not nice
    You still haven't told me what you mean by "what the second amendment demands."
  • lylejk wrote: :) I think that you believe that the second amendment demands that "patriots" shoot federal agents. Am I right?
  • lylejk wrote: My reply would be what the second amendment demands. :) What does the second amendment demand?
  • Replied in Wapiti strap
    Wapiti Straps are very nice.
  • frugalman wrote: Hi all, I am wondering what bag do you use for your XE-2 (or XE-1) ? I want the smallest possible bag for it. Please share your thoughts. I use a Case Logic DCB-305. It's best for...
  • Brian wrote: How about you. Are you a knife sharpening guru? I wish. Check out http://www.knifeforums.com/. People there can be as obsessive about sharpening as pixel peeping photographers are...
  • Replied in Titoni 梅花
    aus4ever wrote: Jeff Charles wrote: I wear one every day. Old habit. Usually, a Pulsar diver. I have a couple of mechanical watches that I wear on occasion. They are Titonis, a Swiss brand that's...
  • Ray Sachs wrote: Yes, it's pretty well accepted that Fuji measures it's ISO differently, overstates, cheats, whatever you want to call it to the tune of between 1/2 to a full stop. At least with...
  • Bill Randall wrote: Christoph Stephan wrote: René Schuster wrote: Jeff, I'm afraid he didn't want it to sound like a parody, he actually believes this!! Glaciers have less snow because "people go...
  • Peter Sills wrote: Had the Metro myself. Too bulky still for me. Great idea though meant for a bigger camera. I find the Metro to be OK with my X-E2, but a less bulky sling strap would work too....
  • No Regrets wrote: How about the BlackRapid Classic RS-4 Strap? It looks to be very comfortable and quite functional. Anyone have any experience with...
  • John1940 wrote: IMO, many AGW folks are not real doers. quelle andouille
  • Replied in Enticing
    mamallama wrote: I just love to go to the area of the Mission in San Francisco near 6th St and Market for the experience and great "hole-in-the wall" restaurants. But I know not to wear my jewelery...
  • NuFonaut wrote: I even gave an example: "What they call evidence like all these satalite images of melting glaciers that ON FIRST IMPRESSION seem to show big changes can be explanied by common...
  • Sante Patate wrote: I realise probabilistic thinking is a challenge, but it is a challenge you - we all - need to meet. Suppose I offer you ten dollars right now, or 10,000 dollars in ten years....
  • Nightwings wrote: Jeff Charles wrote: In about 1940, soon after he got his first job, my father bought himself a Bulova wrist watch with a one-button chronograph. Years later, it ended up in my...
  • edwardaneal wrote: Jeff Charles wrote: In about 1940, soon after he got his first job, my father bought himself a Bulova wrist watch with a one-button chronograph. Years later, it ended up in my...
  • I wear one every day. Old habit. Usually, a Pulsar diver. I have a couple of mechanical watches that I wear on occasion. They are Titonis, a Swiss brand that's sold mostly in Asia. They are very...
  • In about 1940, soon after he got his first job, my father bought himself a Bulova wrist watch with a one-button chronograph. Years later, it ended up in my dresser drawer, I don't know how, with no...
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