Wild dogs pose for the D300

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Sosumi, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. (crap)

    Whassamatter, Doug? Can't Prissy answer for herself?

    (O: As usual, you (and that website owner) are WRONG. Hint - when
    doing research, finding one personal web site is a little risky - as
    you just proved perfectly.

    Listen very carefully, Doug. It was finished on the 17 October 1917.
    The bill to create it wasn't even passed until 1911.

    Try here (MSN Encarta):
    "Construction of the 1,691 km (1,051 mi) of 1,435 mm (4ft 8 y in)
    gauge line from Port Augusta, South Australia, to Kalgoorlie, Western
    Australia, began in the autumn of 1912 under the aegis of the newly
    formed Commonwealth Railways, and was finished in October 1917."

    Or here (Australian Bureau of Statistics):
    http://www.abs.gov.au/Ausstats/[email protected]!OpenDocument
    "In the above table it will be seen that between 1st September, 1913,
    and 17th October, 1917. the date on which the eastern and western
    divisions met at 621 miles 58 chains ex Kalgoorlie, a total mileage of
    1036 miles 35 chains was completed."

    I suggest you take a good long hard look at the table at the ABS site,
    which provides an exteremely comprehensive and complete timetable.

    So as usual, you completely screw everything up. Got the guts to come
    back and apologise, slimeball??

    Or feel free to provide better information than that ABS page.
    mark.thomas.7, Jan 3, 2008
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  2. Sosumi

    Paul Furman Guest

    Funny that you changed your email & I have to reset my filters,
    just when 'Prisilla' left....
    Paul Furman, Jan 3, 2008
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  3. Yeah, I was taking my godmother's bitch for a walk, and we met a (very
    friendly to me)kitten that had almost the size of the dog's snout, which
    Phewed! the dog scaring him to death.I managed to pet the dog with the one
    and the kitten with the other hand.
    Tzortzakakis Dimitrios, Jan 4, 2008
  4. Off topic. Just waiting for my apology.
    Douglas, as pointed out above, I was right.

    The TARL became operational on October 17, 1917. Not in 1912.

    So you and Prisilla (what a coincidence) were wrong.

    Got the guts to apologise?

    mark.thomas.7, Jan 23, 2008
  5. Sosumi

    Cryptopix Guest

    On Jan 23, 7:24 pm, wrote:> Off topic.  Just
    waiting for my apology.> On Jan 3, 11:40 am, "D-Mac" <>
    wrote:> > > Exactly what is it about you "Mark" that has you making
    such a total idiot> > out of yourself all the time? Are you so
    obsessed with me that you can't> > think straight? Come on teach...
    Get it right or next year you'll be back in> > the bubs again... If
    you'll still have a job that is.> > Douglas, as pointed out above, I
    was right.> > The TARL became operational on October 17, 1917.  Not in
    1912.> > So you and Prisilla (what a coincidence) were wrong.> > Got
    the guts to apologise?> > Waiting...You seem to have your balls in a
    knot about this Mark old boy...Read the OP again. "STANDARD GAUGE" is
    the key. I only used your cut and paste method of research. Not my
    problem if the web site owner is wrong or maybe Microsoft are?Anyway
    even if it was 1917, 70 years later the "Standard Gauge" was
    completed. Lets see now... 17 and 70 Hmmm. Super secret math formular
    says... 1987. Well inside Pirsie's claim to have worked on it. Maybe
    that's where he got the desert thing for his name... You sure are a
    dick head Mark.
    Cryptopix, Jan 23, 2008
  6. Off topic, still waiting...
    But I got it right. Guess you must be doing something different.
    It is if you quote him like a dopey parrot, without checking..
    There it is folks, the closest you will ever see to admission of error
    by Douglas.
    If you read carefully, smegbrain, you'll notice I gently queried
    Prisilla (and we all know 'she' is you) about her dates. It was YOU I
    pulled up for the stupidly inaccurate quote.

    You lose again, no matter how much slimy wriggling you do.
    mark.thomas.7, Jan 23, 2008
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