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Lucia De Berk - Out but not free

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NZ Internet Freedom BlackoutNew Zealand's new Copyright Law presumes 'Guilt Upon Accusation' and will Cut Off Internet Connections without a trial. is against this unjust law - help us

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The invitation to join the G20Voice bloggers is an honour that comes with serious responsibilities. I hope my images will speak for themselves. It would be great If they also give you cause to stop, think and maybe even laugh

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brown eggconomy #4

Jig along says:

Oh dear. Don't put all your eggs in the one basket:)

28th Mar 2009, 07:31

JokerXL says:

Brown's Eggconomy is a little broke!

28th Mar 2009, 07:55

Javama says:

All these - great pics with great stories. Excellent work.

28th Mar 2009, 11:57

Caine says:

Mr. Brown's broken policies? Fabulous image. Faved.

28th Mar 2009, 14:15

rhys says:

Sums up the troubled times brilliantly, or perhaps you should break a few more...

28th Mar 2009, 20:02

I thought about that, rhys

but then there's nothing left to show what might happen next year - or even next week!

28th Mar 2009, 20:04

rhys says:

Very true :P

28th Mar 2009, 20:08


28th Mar 2009, 20:31

Carlos Orduna(carlos-at-orduna-dot-dk) says:

Brown???? This weekend it was Brawn that showed the way, getting the 1-2 in the F 1 Grand Prix. He did " break a few eggs "in the asfalt of Melbourne. Super shot Carole, specially the point that the broken egg does not cross the yellow line. " It prefers to brake itself rather than to brake the rules...perhaps"

30th Mar 2009, 12:16

Martin Walters says:

New world order ---a few broken eggs good symbolism.

1st Apr 2009, 13:52

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