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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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Chrome!

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I love shiny metal sinks.
7th Apr 2005, 17:50   comments (0)

Little Man gets drugs

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From a baby-boomer vet who does his examinations in a tie-dye T-shirt from a local fishing derby. Two shots taken while we wait for a scrip. El gato es mellow.
7th Apr 2005, 17:32   comments (1)

Little Man has charmed all the pretty dermo vets

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But it didn't save him from getting his temperature taken. I would have taken a picture of his face when the thermometer went in, but asking if I could surely would have sucked the life from the room.

Three shots of the neat cat-teeth models -- why they're in a dermotolgy-specialist room, I have no idea. I like that the red model comes apart and one of the front incisors has been knocked out. There must be a story there.
7th Apr 2005, 17:07   comments (2)

Little Man realizes where we are.

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We arrive at Cornell only a half-hour late.
7th Apr 2005, 17:02   comments (0)

Little Man contends with g-force

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His carrier was already on an incline, with him sitting on a slippery blanket -- the car accelerating to 85 to pass a portable-toilet truck didn't help. He was not amused, and let us know as such at his earliest convenience.
7th Apr 2005, 17:00   comments (0)

Hittin' the road with Little Man

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In the carrier, about to head out the door.
7th Apr 2005, 14:54   comments (0)

Space Beer

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Snapped by accident, kept because I like the textures.
7th Apr 2005, 03:50   comments (0)

Railtouching

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The first one would have been better if I had switched to sepiatone before taking the shot like I thought I had. (It was incredibly bright out and I couldn't see my phone's screen for shit.) The second one is sharper that I expected.
6th Apr 2005, 04:50   comments (1)