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From what movies I've seen off of the list - I have to agree with most of it. I did however enjoy Van Helsing. Given time at Blockbuster and a note pad, I'm sure I can come up with a much better top 6 worst list.
I agree that Todd should have been fired from The Apprentice. You can't call yourself a manager if you can't even do the jobs you are supposed to be managing. It's absurd that he didn't even know how to run a register. As manager, he has to know how to do every job from cooking to cleaning.
My son came home with a list of supplies today for his H.S. photo class. Dude, I didn't know how expensive it was to take photography! Luckily we have a 35mm camera laying around still or we'd have to buy one of those dinosaurs as well. Just for paper and 6 rolls of film it's going to set us back $42. No, that's not all that much but considering all the other stuff we parents have to shell out money for it kind of ticked me off. Oh well, at least he'll be learning a dying art (insert sarcasm here).
Do you have a photo printer? I have two. No, I'm not bragging. We've had our HP PhotoSmart for years. It's been a good printer - no major objections. When I got a new Dell for my new office I decided to get a new printer to go with it. I chose to get the newest HP PhotoSmart. I figure since I liked the first one that this one would be even better. Not really so. The print quality is really no better than its elder. I do like the fact that it accepts all of the different types of memory cards and that it is a lot easier and faster to up load my pics to my computer.
I'm really intrigued by this new kid on the block by Kodak. It is called the "Picture Maker" and is supposed to print lab quality photos - which is all I ever wanted in the first place. Time to take a trip to the local store and test it out.
Do you have a digital camera? I'm on my second at the moment. The first was (is- we still use it at times) an HP Photo Smart. Compared to the ones now - it's a behemoth but it went along with the Photo Smart printer we have. I've been using my Cannon Digital Elph for a few years now. I like it. I especially like the movie function. Sometimes you just need a few seconds. The flash is the only thing that I would imporve. The Hubby has a Nikon CoolPix. His movie function doesn't have sound but his flash is much better. Still, I'm partial to my digital Elph. If the two had babies - it would be perfect.