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That is quite the collection! For sure, I need more friends like you!

My wife grew up in Vacaville, CA, which is just about 40 minutes from you. We've been planning a trip for some time to go up there and tour California - I've only been through LAX 15 times, but always just getting on a connecting flight. If I'm ever out there, I will definitely let you know.
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Based on those screenshots alone, I'd pay admission to your cinema. It's beautiful. And Sacramento was my home for a very long time.

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Based on those screenshots alone, I'd pay admission to your cinema. It's beautiful. And Sacramento was my home for a very long time.
You aren't far - let me know if you plan on being over this way. A fellow forum member is always welcome ! Decanters are at the ready !
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Watched this the other night. What a fantastic film. Pq and Aq top notch.

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A good way to test your Iris on your projector is on the Spears and Munsil disc. Go to Video processing then select Luminance Loading. Don't stare directly at the lens but on an angle and you can actually see the Iris at work
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I finally got to see 1917 in my HT. I thought it was a very good movie. Great story and some plot twist I never saw coming. Its one of those movies that you can watch twice after a few days to think about what you just saw. I know all war is hell 'but the trench warfare and no mans land was truly hell.
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