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But malfunctioning.
I tracked it.I thought I lost it. Then I
spotted it again.
Just part of my job.

Nikon D70s
1/1000s f/4.5 at 44.0mm hide exif
Full EXIF Info
Date/Time14-Mar-2006 14:15:15
ModelNIKON D70s
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length44 mm
Exposure Time1/1000 sec
ISO Equivalent
Exposure Bias
White Balance (9)
Metering Modecenter weighted (2)
JPEG Quality (6)
Exposure Programmanual (1)
Focus Distance

other sizes: small original
1moremile14-Feb-2007 14:00
Dave, are you proving this is not a prime number?
Dave Beedon02-Feb-2007 07:52
6 x 7.
Gary Winters24-Jan-2007 01:53
1moremile07-Jul-2006 01:35
Sorry, Tim. You just missed it. You will have to try again tomorrow. You are on the right side of the road though.
TimA05-Jul-2006 07:22
Er excuse me... is this the 2:15 to Mars? Or am I standing on the wrong side of he road?
Dave Beedon27-May-2006 02:00
Larry, you are already "in the field," and I'm not talking about corn or magnetism. We have silently welcomed you to The Team because we didn't want to blow our cover or yours. Keep doing what you have been doing. Before you know it, you'll be promoted to Junior Agent, Grade III (more responsibility, though). Note: knuckle-dragging is frowned upon, even when in deep cover.

Your work with visual disinformation is on a par with Nikita Krushchev's best men. Take solice in the fact that desk work is critical to winning The Battle. But what are you complaining about?---you are out and about all the time!
1moremile26-May-2006 23:10
I have done both. Mostly dragging my butt though. When can I get into
the field like you and agent Cooper? This desk job is making me fat.
Dave Beedon26-May-2006 04:27
Dragging the bar on the ground is all right, but dragging your knuckles is not.
1moremile17-May-2006 09:06
Thank you so much. I hope I can prove my worthiness and not drag the bar on the ground.
Dave Beedon17-May-2006 04:40
Larry, stop being so modest: the narrative here proves your sophisticated outlook and sense of dedication. I cannot speak for John, but in my opinion, you can skip right over the grade of "Junior Agent" and assume the duties of "Junior Agent, Grade II."

As for raising the bar, I think we've raised it about as far off the gound as a Limbo bar: "how low can you go?"
1moremile11-Apr-2006 01:17
Thank you, John. I know as a junior agent I will never measure up to you and Dave. You have raised the bar so high.
John Cooper10-Apr-2006 14:36
This is almost unbelievable.
What a job to have.
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