Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by phoenixTX, Jan 2, 2008.
so what "security risk" does taking pictures pose anyways, it's not like people are in a top secret military installation
this shit is getting out of hand
like their shopping center is so important that they need that much security anyways
"The Sparshotts are welcome back to the centre."
still thats uncalled for in the first place who the fuck is attacking a shopping center
This reminds me of the time I got stopped at the Whitestone bridge for taking photos of the toll booths. I got stopped by the police and would've been thrown to jail If I hadn't say I was hispanic (cop was hispanic too)
These are pretty gay times for photo enthusiasts.
we got yelled at once for taking pics in a subway station, we weren't even taking pics of the station itself just a group of friends the cop just told us to put the camera away b/c he really didn't feel like writing up paperwork for this
this is like how the cops stop you from walking around downtown with a tripod
Tell him you think this is a great spot for a sentry unit and proceed to start hitting it with a wrench.
I propose a ban and restriction on all "assault" cameras...
Program/Automatic modes should be illegal.
Semi-automatic (aperture and shutter priority modes) are
Autofocus lenses should be illegal.
Memory cards are to be restricted to 512mb
Your camera is an "assault" camera if it has a lens hood, vertical grip, or anything else that may make it look "big and scary".
I don't know what an IR filter does, but it sounds frightening, so let's ban those too.
I'm writing Hilary Clinton a letter right now
Oh god please don't...
OH, don't forget those dangerous battery grips.
this would be funny if it wasn't so plausible
they are stealing their souls by taking pictures