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Kid and his friend left the camera out all night last night. As luck would have it, it rained. Tomorrow I have folks coming over for dinner and I'm :mad::mad::mad:

I wonder if the food will taste angry. :mad:
post #2 of 13
Well, you could make David Burke's Angry Lobster. :lol:
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post #3 of 13
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Funny Suzanne! :D

Thanks!
post #4 of 13
roasted kid is very tasty:D. tell him Julie sends hugs.....in a day or two
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post #5 of 13
And then there's always trout or whiting en colere....
post #6 of 13
I know how you feel. I once left my sony sureshot on the pass under a heat lamp after taking plate pictures. The LCD was fried, and it would have cost more to fiz that then to buy a new one.

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post #7 of 13
"Like Water for Chocolate" or "Chocolat".......

Can you taste love in a dish? If so, a reasonable person would say you could taste anger.

When I'm angry, cooking is hurried...details are not important.....typically the final product is not what's on my mind.
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post #8 of 13

****, just eat out....

Kuan, you could always eat out, and make the kid and friend pay for it!! :smiles:
post #9 of 13
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They're five! :D How can I? All the kid can do is peel potatoes! ;) (for you Julie, he still remembers)

The camera is still drying out. I should wait maybe a few more days before charging it.
post #10 of 13
if you take the batterie out and leave it near a space heater, being sure it doesnt too hot, it may be fine. Water only hurts electronics if there is current flowing though it, or, if its turned on. If you can get it COMPLETELY dry before trying to turn it on you may get lucky. I put a blackberry through the washing machine once, after two days of drying it was fine!
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post #11 of 13
Good advice. I'd recommend sticking the camera in an airtight container full of rice for a couple of days, and yah, resist any temptation to introduce it to an electrical current. Rainwater's not terribly corrosive, so other than some evidence of condensation under the LCD, it should be fine if it didn't fry itself in the initial downpour.
post #12 of 13
Taikero addressed the rice before I could......it works. Leave it for a week+ better to let it totally dry.
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post #13 of 13
Give him this camera, you buy new one and it comes out of portion of his allowance weekly,.
(If you get them thru pocket, they never forget it):D
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