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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudy Tamasz View Post
    On a totally different note, I am very much interested in jazz rock fusion. People like John Etheridge and Allan Holdsworth are incredibly creative and musicianship is top notch.
    One of my favorite genres. You have good taste.
    "Old roats am jake mit goats."
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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Type View Post
    It's a Bank Holiday (public holiday) in England today. As usual it's raining - why does it always seem to rain on a bank holiday?
    because you live in UK......
    'I am just too much.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadjo_dilo View Post
    because you live in UK......
    Does the UK have the reputation of rain everywhere?
    Its not crashing it's drifting with style

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveaki13 View Post
    Does the UK have the reputation of rain everywhere?
    Rain, fog and humidity, all year long.
    Ic houd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollo View Post
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-n...nobody-4088663
    But now the US copyright office has finally made a decision, judging that neither hold any rights.
    It has ruled that any work created by an animal does not belong to them or anyone else.

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    Mr Slater said: "It makes me very angry, I'm a professional photographer - it costs me over £2,000 to do the trip. It's my livelihood.
    "You take 20,000 shots to get one image that sells, it was potentially a good earner for me, I've lost over £10,000 pounds because of it."
    - The Daily Mirror, 22 Aug 2014

    I think that this is a terrible miscarriage of justice. The US copyright office has now basically said that when an animal takes a photograph, copyright can not be claimed by the person who took it.
    This sends a very strong message to professional photographers: DO NOT under any circumstances give your camera equipment to anyone else. Never let an animal take another selfie ever again as there is now zero monetary incentive to produce this sort of photograph.
    "...It has ruled that any work created by an animal does not belong to them or anyone else. ..."


    Terrible ruling.
    The photographer created the image by traveling to Indonesia with his camera gear, trudged through the jungle and spent time with the monkeys. I can’t see how the photo is not his “creation”.
    “If everything's under control, you're going too slow.” Mario Andretti

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudy Tamasz View Post
    Rain, fog and humidity, all year long.
    Right.
    'I am just too much.'

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    yes indeed.

    Although I got sun-burnt (yes even us darker toned people can!) while I was there in May/June Not a spot of rain then.
    Tito Vilanova = :champion:

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    Did you lot really miss me this year?
    "But it aint how hard you hit, it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward. How much you can take, and keep moving forward. That's how winning is done." Rocky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 555-04Q2 View Post
    Did you lot really miss me this year?
    Not a bit. Though it did seem oddly quiet and peaceful around here.
    "Old roats am jake mit goats."
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    Quote Originally Posted by 555-04Q2 View Post
    Did you lot really miss me this year?
    Hi Triple 5

    I missed you, we had some good fun last winter (where I am) when you were around regularly.

    Will you be around more as the year goes on?
    Its not crashing it's drifting with style

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