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Portraits of amateur/professional dipterologists - II
jorgemotalmeida
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Posted on 20-12-2009 23:17
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I will begin a new set for Portraits of amateur/professional dipterologists.

TRACK for the old thread: http://diptera.in...ad_id=5360

Now it is the opportunity for other members to show yourselves to DI.

And now again... another crazy amateur dipterologist.
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WHY a new set??? I don't agree........ anything technically?
 
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simple. it takes lot of time for rendering the old thread. At least about 20 seconds!
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Lets say....200000000000000000 seconds!
And i don't have an old computer and a server from 1830.

Joke Grin
(and..me study flies)
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jorgemotalmeida wrote:
simple. it takes lot of time for rendering the old thread. At least about 20 seconds!
Could that perhaps also be because some people attach such large attachments... Grin
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come on! In this special day you can take your time to put your photos.
Even in big format. Pfft
 
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Roger found, that my hair likes to explode on the previous photo...........so here another one!
(me, my daughter doing strainge and my cousin from Sardegna Italy visiting the Zoo.......was very interesting as you can see.....Grin)
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Clear evidence that Care in the Community isn't working.
 
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Yes ....there is a lek somewhere.....Grin
 
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Jorge has got his name up in lights on Times Square, New York. I thought he was taller than 4'6" Grin
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Amazing, Roger! Gold!

Next step: Appear in the next habitable exo-superplanet (YES, finally you could rest in peace )! But for now I feel very confortable here on Earth. Smile Plastic man forever! Wink

Ah... and You used units of angles! LOL eheh

Pedantic Jorge again.
 
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The next generation of Dipterologists is coming!!!GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Amalia is looking out for insects.....
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welcome!
 
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Poor gal already takes after her father...
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Indeed, I was just as little as she was (now 3 months) when I caught my first insect! Jippieeeee
GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
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I was also that young.. But I caught them for eatingSmile I ate much woodlouses and so on..
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My wife always says that we, men, talk at least at much about our children as women do, but maybe more!. And indeed, how often do we show to friends, colleagues, etc the photo`s of our loved ones? And, yes, it is now also obvious on diptera.info.
When Bettina van 4 years old she asked me to come to the window and said: "look how the midges are dancing under the trees". I was so proud. Apparantly she has eyes for it.
Last autumn she collected some Carabidae. She told me a few weeks ago she would like to catch flies with a net. The darling is 7 years old.
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Ruud asked me to put him photo,.
Here comes the photo.
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Country.....Marocco ?
Did he smoke voluntary ...yellow maroc, red maroc....or just tobacco ?
Or did they force him to smoke the peace pipe first, before collecting flies Grin

Joke
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I think he said in the other portrait thread it was about 50km from Cairo...
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