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    cameras - just tools?

    Check out Roger's take at Leansrentals:
    http://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2012/03/hammerforum-com

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    Ken Rockbuster's advice is as useful as his alter ego's.

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    This was funny, and then got funnier when I realized how long he kept going with it

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    I could compile a short list of TDP forum members names, substitute them for the names on the Hammerrental blog, and they would fit like a glove.

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    Crap, now I have to change my pants 'cause peed laughing so hard
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    I could compile a short list of TDP forum members names, substitute them for the names on the Hammerrental blog, and they would fit like a glove.
    Hey, I resemble that remark.
    Great contribution, but I don't get how it refers to cameras or lenses???
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    that was too funny!
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    This was great

    Thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    I could compile a short list of TDP forum members names, substitute them for the names on the Hammerrental blog, and they would fit like a glove.
    I guess I could fit into Euronailer haha! I had a great laugh, thanks for sharing Arnt!

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    As someone who worked as a frame carpenter for several years, I would consider buying the Stiletto. However I am going to wait a while and see some of the reviews from other users. Until then I will stick with the old trusty Estwing.

    @Alan; have you figured out where you would fit on that short list?

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