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Of course the house is out. What house isn't.... out? So, why do they name this one out? As opposed to what? An in house? Unless an in house is one imagined by a hot designer. Like... like a painter, director, actor, or singer who is... in. On the other hand... in is an anachronism. Nothing is older than old slang. Well, yeah. There is something older.
Something that no one wants any part of anymore.
"What?" you ask? "What will no one have anything to do with?"
Why... an out house, Right?
40D - 17-85mm: f16@1/500sec ISO 400; Topaz & SnapArt2 all enhanced in PS: CS4
This image got lost when Mac took down my website. I thought I'd post it again here, because I like. Is that reason enough?