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  1. PeterLynn


    Recently I have heard the sentence "That's a keeper."

    Commentator during the basketball game.
    A person taking a photo and than reviewing it.

    What would that mean?

    Thanks for your kind help.

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    Re: Question

    How many photos would a person take during a basketball match? now that we have digital photography, and don't have to bother about the cost of film and developing, before you actually see what you've got.

    Of all the pictures of just men playing basketball, if you actually snap a shot of someone doing the winning slam-dunk, then you might erase the others, but want to print that one out, show it around, and keep it as a treasured moment: it's a keeper!

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