Silly Dilemmas

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Should I continue to push the envelope,
or should I just go postal, and be done with it?
 

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Should I take my car to the demolition derby,
or enter it into an engine blow contest?
 

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Am I better off going to the races, or just to buy lottery tickets?
 

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I'd buy a used rifle, but it's probably pretty well shot by now.
On the other hand, even a good crossbow has its drawbacks.
 
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Hi gyrgrls!

I know this is a little OT. But I've been searching all over the gyrgrls at RetouchPro. I googled the nick, and I came here. And I wonder, is it you who've done this brilliant retouch? I think it's a great "less is more" style, and I've been in contact with a dozen different high end retouchers, but I haven't found anyone to match that quality.
http://www.retouchpro.com/challenges/showphoto.php/photo/7581
 

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Yes, it was I who did that retouch in Photoshop.

You can email me at
[email protected]

The moderators will probably do something here, about this thread.
It has gone metatopic, and they frown on email addresses in the posts.

But yes, I did do that retouch. It took me hours. It wasn't a quickie.
 

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Yes, it was I who did that retouch in Photoshop.

You can email me at
[email protected]

The moderators will probably do something here, about this thread.
It has gone metatopic, and they frown on email addresses in the posts.

But yes, I did do that retouch. It took me hours. It wasn't a quickie.

I was on the horns of a dilemma whether to answer this here, or not.
I assume all risks involved. No portraits were harmed in the production of this dilemma.
 

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Masonry is quite the art,
but a lot is to be said of framing and nailing (wood yew agree?).
 

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