[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: [Rollei] Lawsuit from Curiosity: off topic Zeiss lens, Arri
- Subject: Re: [Rollei] Lawsuit from Curiosity: off topic Zeiss lens, Arri
- From: Jerry Lehrer <jerryleh >
- Date: Sat, 17 May 2003 15:08:23 -0700
- References: <1ec.90b0132.2bf7fc58 >
WTF are you being so defensive? Have a dram of Lagavulin
and relax. This is supposed to be a fun group!
Your frenetic responses only bring a chortle and a shake of the head.
> You understand there are limitations under U.S. Law on how far
> "opinion" can be expressed before if becomes defamatory. If you
> a "physician", I would take you to the ethics committee of the
> AMA, or
> worse. The public citizen link to one of many articles on Medical
> about New York's most dangerous and undisciplined doctors.
> If anyone has read my lawsuit against the N.Y. Times or the
> of my website (where I've reviewed over 70 texts & training
> videos on the
> motion picture filmmaking industry) , which is the truth, you
> will find my
> reply to Mr. King. as a professional was polite.
> The Milkovitch case which Justice Stevens cited is one of two
> Amendment cases that belong to this list. It held that a
> newspaper does
> not immunize itself from a libel action simply by couching its
> accusations as
> "opinion." Chief Justice Rehnquist observed:
> Since the latter half of the 16th century, the
> common law
> has afforded a cause of action for damage to
> a person's
> reputation by the publication of false and
> In Shakespeare's Othello, Iago says to
> Good name in man and woman, dear my lord,
> Is the immediate jewel of their souls.
> Who steals my purse steals trash;
> 'Tis something, nothing;
> 'Twas mine, 'tis his, and has been slave to
> But he that filches from me my good name
> Robs me of that which not enriches him,
> And makes me poor indeed.
> I took on two law firms at once, alone, in that instance. My
> level is notorious, around the world, from Nato to the U.N.. Only
> allowed me to accomplish what no other person in the history of
> country had done to that time. It has hardly diminished.
> Your reply did not aid communications or clarification of
> the issue.
> Please take caution in the future.
> Pamela Jean Curry
>> If I were a physician, I would suggest that you take a
>> Prozac and then try to rewrite that message. Maybe
>> a tranquilizer too!
>> Pamelajeancurry wrote:
>> To G. King:
>> I personally like 35mm over medium format. But even when I was
>> using a 35mm, my intention was to make moving film so I used the
>> 35mm as
>> often as possible like a moving camera, and not just using the motor
>> drive for the Canon F1. Here is where the cat/dog analogy somewhat
>> fails. Some of
>> the special effects, for example in The Matrix - where the camera
>> a 360 degree turn around Mr. Reeves - were done with a series of
>> still cameras.
>> Medium format also does not go well with my Type A personality,
>> the rough expression in journalism is F8 &Fu__ __ ! That whole
>> backwards focasing thing is not for me. So you people must have a
>> deal of patience. I have a cousin who is a professional, with a
>> Studio that type of patience and limitations are for a different
>> type of
>> personality. But also, yes ever since I've been reading Daniel
>> book on Cinematography anything that can't work like a moving camera
>> isn't of interest to me.
>> I do like to test the quality of different types of lenses.
>> If anyone else has any experience with Zeiss, I would appreciate
>> their input.
>> TrueBadger writes:
>> Let me get this one straight. You hate your Rollei because it isn't
>> a cinema camera? I understand perfectly. I have a friend who has
> hated his
>> cat because it's the wrong kind of dog.
>> G. King