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. Digital camera for sale . Looking to sell a digital camera I don't need it any longer as I'm in the hospital. I'm including the last photo that I took so that you have some idea about …
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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Digital camera for sale

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Looking to sell a digital camera

I don't need it any longer as I'm in the hospital.

I'm including the last photo that I took so that you have some idea about the picture quality.


(Piccy in next post)
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
[CENTER]http://www.hoax-slayer.com/images/bull.jpg[/CENTER]
#2
Wrong section fs/ft is thata way <<<<<<<<:whistling:
#3
lol - wonder how the person taking that came out
#4
amansk;2729546
lol - wonder how the person taking that came out

Flat?
#5
harlzter
Flat?


lol - most likely - better off being hit by a car
#6
Ive seen this before, no-one was actualy behind the camera:

Origins: This item is another case where someone has taken a genuine photograph and added a humorous (but fictitious) explanation to it.

This picture comes from the Fiesta de San Fermín, a festival held every year between 6 July and 14 July in Pamplona, Spain, to commemorate San Fermín, a 3rd-century saint who was martyred in being dragged through the streets of Pamplona by bulls. One of the highlights of the festival — and the event most well-known to the rest of the world (due in large part to its popularization through the writings of Ernest Hemingway) — is the encierro, known in English as the "running of the bulls."

Each day's San Fermín festivities include afternoon bullfights, and at 8 A.M. every morning the bulls to be used in that afternoon's fights are set loose from a corral and herded about a half-mile through the cobbled streets of the town for a three- to four-minute run to the Plaza de Toros bullfighting stadium. Many festival celebrants (mostly young males) choose to demonstrate their courage and physical prowess by donning white garb, tying red handkerchiefs about their necks, and running ahead of the group of charging bulls for as long as they can. Others opt for somewhat safer ways to experience the thrill of participation: running only a very short portion of the course, running behind the bulls, standing in the street and ducking safely into doorways just as the bulls run past, or simply lining the streets for close-up views of the proceedings. (Most years at least a few participants end up being gored or otherwise injured during the encierro, and at least fourteen people have been killed since 1924.)

The image shown above was taken by a photographer during the 2002 San Fermín festival and distributed by the Reuters news agency. According to a representative for Reuters, the photographer who snapped this remarkable picture was not injured in any way. (The photo was taken with a camera operated via remote control.)


Taken from snopes.com
#7
Bully for you!
#8
harlzter;2729818
Ive seen this before, no-one was actualy behind the camera:

Origins: This item is another case where someone has taken a genuine photograph and added a humorous (but fictitious) explanation to it.

This picture comes from the Fiesta de San Fermín, a festival held every year between 6 July and 14 July in Pamplona, Spain, to commemorate San Fermín, a 3rd-century saint who was martyred in being dragged through the streets of Pamplona by bulls. One of the highlights of the festival — and the event most well-known to the rest of the world (due in large part to its popularization through the writings of Ernest Hemingway) — is the encierro, known in English as the "running of the bulls."

Each day's San Fermín festivities include afternoon bullfights, and at 8 A.M. every morning the bulls to be used in that afternoon's fights are set loose from a corral and herded about a half-mile through the cobbled streets of the town for a three- to four-minute run to the Plaza de Toros bullfighting stadium. Many festival celebrants (mostly young males) choose to demonstrate their courage and physical prowess by donning white garb, tying red handkerchiefs about their necks, and running ahead of the group of charging bulls for as long as they can. Others opt for somewhat safer ways to experience the thrill of participation: running only a very short portion of the course, running behind the bulls, standing in the street and ducking safely into doorways just as the bulls run past, or simply lining the streets for close-up views of the proceedings. (Most years at least a few participants end up being gored or otherwise injured during the encierro, and at least fourteen people have been killed since 1924.)

The image shown above was taken by a photographer during the 2002 San Fermín festival and distributed by the Reuters news agency. According to a representative for Reuters, the photographer who snapped this remarkable picture was not injured in any way. (The photo was taken with a camera operated via remote control.)


Taken from snopes.com

actually this was taken from http://www.hoax-slayer.com/images/bull.jpg:)
glad you enjoyed it !
#9
Predikuesi;2729926
Bully for you!

Hi Predi ... haven't seen you on here for ages ! :)
#10
snowtiger;2730767
actually this was taken from http://www.hoax-slayer.com/images/bull.jpg:)
glad you enjoyed it !

I meant the copy/pasted article I posted, first time I saw the picture though was from a friend who had been to spain and sneaked a copy of this into an order of holiday snap prints and I fell for it hook,line and sinker because I went to collect the prints from jessops with him and saw them straight from the packet!
#11
harlzter;2730994
I meant the copy/pasted article I posted, first time I saw the picture though was from a friend who had been to spain and sneaked a copy of this into an order of holiday snap prints and I fell for it hook,line and sinker because I went to collect the prints from jessops with him and saw them straight from the packet!

Oh I see ......................... nice one, so your mate had you well & truely got !

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