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POTN Aussie Club #8 - Einsteins won't make you smart

 
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May 28, 2010 06:44 |  #7876

WOW. TGIF! Is all I can say.

My 2-day per week job seems to have become virtually full time. Still casual rates though :D
Of course the tax man is going to bend me over because of that vmad


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May 28, 2010 07:02 |  #7877

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WOW. TGIF! Is all I can say.

My 2-day per week job seems to have become virtually full time. Still casual rates though :D
Of course the tax man is going to bend me over because of that vmad

Yes and no.

I was on a 40 hour casual week before work caught on...I got most back during the season. :lol:

At least you don't have to reprimand your staff for calling you a C***....




  
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May 28, 2010 07:24 |  #7878
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photobitz wrote in post #10260450 (external link)
WOW. TGIF! Is all I can say.

My 2-day per week job seems to have become virtually full time. Still casual rates though :D
Of course the tax man is going to bend me over because of that vmad

Take it while you can Dan,never know whats around the corner.

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Yes and no.

I was on a 40 hour casual week before work caught on...I got most back during the season. :lol:

At least you don't have to reprimand your staff for calling you a C***....

Hmm,this last sentence is interesting. Are you doing your job properly Phil?:lol:


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May 28, 2010 07:34 |  #7879

S7000 wrote in post #10260497 (external link)
Yes and no.

I was on a 40 hour casual week before work caught on...I got most back during the season. :lol:

At least you don't have to reprimand your staff for calling you a C***....

Sea star? That's an odd name. Why did they call you that? :lol:


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May 28, 2010 16:28 |  #7880

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Hmm,this last sentence is interesting. Are you doing your job properly Phil?:lol:

I certainly am, he's decided to stop doing his duties. I let the first 2 times slide, but I had to put my foot down. He's a stroppy little bastard at the best of times, but he crossed the line yesterday. He has the easiest job in the world, I just don't get how he can't seem to sort himself out. On top of that he takes everything personally, which, well, isn't my problem. If he wants to act like a little baby I'm more than happy to treat him like one.

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Sea star? That's an odd name. Why did they call you that? :lol:

*Insert witty comment*

Sorry Dan, it's too early. :p




  
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@Phil, I figured you were doing your job properly thats about the only reason a boss gets called names. Sounds like this bloke needs a reality check. Good luck.:cool:


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May 28, 2010 16:49 |  #7882
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photobitz wrote in post #10260450 (external link)
Of course the tax man is going to bend me over because of that vmad

Not really - at the end of the day you just pay the relevant rate(s) for your annual income.

Make the most of it!


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May 28, 2010 16:58 as a reply to  @ mickeyjuice's post |  #7883

Morning everyone, I've got a small shoot for a friends 40th B'day theme party this afternoon (5:30PM :cry:) but I've checked my gear this morning and my cactus triggers don't seem to be communicating. I've checked the battery in the reciever but can't get red lights on either (these are V4s) any help would be appreciated. :o


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May 28, 2010 17:26 |  #7884

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Congrats on the 17-55! I'm guessing you sorted the dust issue then?

Decided I should be able to clean it




  
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May 28, 2010 18:31 |  #7885

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@Phil, I figured you were doing your job properly thats about the only reason a boss gets called names. Sounds like this bloke needs a reality check. Good luck.:cool:

Yeh, pretty much. He forgets the cellarman is the bottom rung of the ladder in the pub.

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Morning everyone, I've got a small shoot for a friends 40th B'day theme party this afternoon (5:30PM :cry:) but I've checked my gear this morning and my cactus triggers don't seem to be communicating. I've checked the battery in the reciever but can't get red lights on either (these are V4s) any help would be appreciated. :o

Are the batteries in the right way round? Are the receivers turned on? Is the connection to the hot shoe ok?

That's all I can offer right now. :p




  
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May 28, 2010 19:44 |  #7886

Not photog related in any way, but ;

RIP Gary Coleman. I loved watching Diff. Strokes when I'd get home from primary school.


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May 28, 2010 21:04 |  #7887
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Just loaded up LR and then it crashed hard. Reloaded, and got the usual "must check catalog integrity" message. The got the "catalog is corrupt: repair or choose another catalog" message. Hit repair, works a while, then says it can't fix it.

Good old backups. Copied this morning's copy back, all good.

Phew!


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Don't think I've posted this before...

IMAGE: http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4007/4648452817_5f6a96bcf8_b.jpg

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May 28, 2010 21:43 as a reply to  @ mickeyjuice's post |  #7889
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@juice,what a great shot. Now did you set it up or was it that way? Either way that is tops.


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@juice,what a great shot. Now did you set it up or was it that way? Either way that is tops.

Cheers John, it was kinda setup. The green leaf was there, I just moved it to where I thought was its optimum position.

One bare 550EX (I don't always use the Quadras! :-) at camera left.


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