365 Photos

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May 1st, 2008 shall begin my 365 Photos project. One photo for everyday, if you'd like to participate let me know and we'll work out a link.

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My name is Sarah, a 23yr old from the US. i happen to adore culture... art in all forms is my life blood. i live for it, can't get enough of it.

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how sad and desperate does the local newspaper need to be to have that on the front page...
13th May 2006, 20:07   | tags:,


puddlepuff says:

And MoBlog as well now :)

13th May 2006, 20:14

FilbertFox says:

an old person dying? Now that's unusual

13th May 2006, 20:38

DocD says:

Thats nuthin u should go to Anguilla in da Caribbean where my mate Lennox Carty, Slough's finest dub poet hails from. He had a front page headline in their local paper which just read ' Lennox Carty doing well'

14th May 2006, 11:44

FilbertFox says:

good for Lennox. that made me laugh

14th May 2006, 15:10

paperflowers says:

haha, i guess it could be worse

14th May 2006, 15:23

hildegard says:

Dunno - people like him are truly a dying breed - he did something just plain useful, fed people, worked crummy hours & all the rest - I think about Wal Mart & Tesco et al & wonder if there'll ever be any more grocers around who drop off a packet of tea & a loaf for a sick customer on the way home, or, as my stepfather used to do, "forget" to ring up the cost of one or two items on a pensioner's bill, or slip a few treats into the bottom of an impoverished person's xmas order...
Supermarkets will never do such things - no-one who could notice these people has the power to help. Corporate entities don't do the human thing, people like this guy do. I want to know about him & the costermongers & bakers and the fishmongers & newsagents & everyone else who helps to keep money circulating in our local economies, instead of passing it on to the super-rich...

16th May 2006, 14:06

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