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Eric- you're in the wrong business- I'm sure there's room for you in advertising... Hey! I hear that Leica's looking for "a few good men.."!!! Either that or contact your local comedy club and see if you can get some gigs....! regards, Bob Keene > >Date: Fri, 16 Apr 1999 19:27:49 -0500 >From: Eric Welch <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Subject: Re: [Leica] X-raying of films > >At 12:56 PM 4/16/99 -0400, you wrote: >>So how about starting the 700(?) member LUGBC? > >The planets are lining up! Earthquakes are going to destroy the Solms plant >for their evil plot to scratch film, keep our 75 Summiluxs out of focus to >enrich the film manufacturers that give them kickbacks of $666 for each >M666 they sell! > >Buy your Leicas fast. No 700 LUGBC clubber will want to be without one! > >For only $35 a month, for the next 666 months, you can have your very own >trilateral millennial edition M666 set. It includes a special M6 with >goatskin leather, a viewfinder with frames for one lens - a 50mm 0.7 >Noctilenial and a viewfinder magnification of 1.0X. > >It comes with a built-in lens shade and a UV filter that has no glass, but >comes with a bottle of Scotchguard to spray on the front element to protect >it. No red dots. It has a black dot, with the name Leica M666 inscribed, in >black. But red tape is available to cover it. > >And if you act now, we'll throw in the commemorative R8 Armageddon edition >motor drive. It comes inscribed with the immortal words: > >"When hell freezes over, and it did." * > > > > > > >*(Subject to availability. Offer not valid in any state where Canon or >Nikon is offering a similar deal, or it's illegal, or both. Warning, red >tape is known to cause blindness in subjects not wearing shades. Leica will >not accept liability for unfulfilled promises, prophecies or failed claims >that this is the end of the world. Unless the R8 motor drive does appear, >then it surely is the end of all time.) > >Eric Welch >St. Joseph, MO >http://www.ponyexpress.net/~ewelch > >My computer's sick. I think my modem is a carrier.