...and why did you send us those fire ants ?
> I'm sure everything in OZ could put a Texan to shame. skiters, snakes,
> spiders, sand burs, ticks, scorpions, beer, hats, grass fires, train
> belching, beans, farts, fire ants, and self aggrandizement.
> Thankfully I live in the small state of enlightenment in the north
> At 11/17/2011 03:35 PM, you wrote:
> >There was an original - the first model - that had interchangeable
> lenses; three of them. it is now rather rare and pricey.
> >Texas does indeed refer to size because the Texans keep banging on
> about how big they are. They don't know the meaning of 'big'. We've got
> cattle stations (ranches) bigger than Texas.
> >Andrew Fildes
> >On 18/11/2011, at 12:32 AM, Chuck Norcutt wrote:
> >> I had assumed this camera was new but, in checking at B&H, I see
> that no
> >> Fuji film bodies are offered any more. Where does "Texas Leica"
> >> from? I assume Texas refers to its size. Perhaps the quality of
> >> camera inspires the Leica moniker but the GW690 is a fixed lens
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