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Milos George is a writer/editor and activist who has vowed to wipe out the disease Endemic Treponematosis within his lifetime. To raise awareness of ET, Mr. George has vowed to create one panel a day of his photocomic/monkey suicide note The Last Road Home, for the rest of his life.

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Part Three

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I love the spiky, wrought-iron railing, especially the fanned endcap.
The other photo is of the office building [yes, really] across the
street.
10th Jul 2005, 02:57   comments (0)

Part Two

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Groovy roof. I always admired that when they put in a wider
carpath/parking area, they paved around this tree and left the grass
and roots to keep it connected to the rest of the lawn. And a picture
of what was the carriage house, but is now a center for the kiddies.
10th Jul 2005, 02:52   comments (0)

A trip to Night Town Manor, Part One

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I like how painterly the first shot is [taken from the back of the
main building]. The second is from the front gates. Particolor design
and Roman brick -- what's not to like?
10th Jul 2005, 02:08   comments (0)

The Odd Couple

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The fighting will come later.
10th Jul 2005, 01:39   comments (0)

Little Man at the speed of sound

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Don't ask.
10th Jul 2005, 01:28   comments (0)

I think of the Lone Locust of The Apocalypse

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when I look to the night sky.My cameraphone's not very good in low light; that blood moon was huge,
but I couldn't snap a picture fast enough to get it before the camera
would iris it out. The first shot captures the weird light I've been
seeing long after dusk, though.
10th Jul 2005, 01:19   comments (0)

chrome reflections

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My knuckles are the closest-to-handsome part of me.
10th Jul 2005, 01:04   comments (0)

even more stuff I've seen in stores

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I sometimes wonder if the feeling of being a spy when I take a picture
of something funny at a store will ever go away.
10th Jul 2005, 01:00   comments (1)