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At 02:23 PM 5/25/98 +0100, you wrote: >Right, but maybe with a certain mindset often observed with elderly. >Just to cite THE BYRDS: >'...step out of the new one if you can't lend your hand for the times >they are a cha-angin...'. Sounds pretty practical. Un, yeah, like they're not senior citizens? :-) How about The Who? "Hope I die before I get old..." Sorry, but I think some of the most narrow-minded, and obviously least experienced people (i.e. should listen to the oldesters like Ted - I"M NOT OLD <G>) are people under 25 or so. They think the whole world should work like a computer. Instant gratification, no questioning (unless using Windows of course) and doesn't ask philosophical questions that challenge the status quo. I think both sides could learn from the other. But segregating the Leica to the elderly as the only viable customers is a mistake, and something Leica is not following, thank goodness. - -- ========= Eric Welch St. Joseph, MO Be nice to your kids. They'll choose your nursing home.