Tuesday, July 7, 2015

No Country for Old Men

Where'd it all slip away?  A man alone must contemplate.  I didn't quite hit this shot.  The focus is just off, the framing, too.  Too fast, not enough practice.  The photo isn't iconic, but the man is.  I chose this for today's picture after reading the news.  It goes something like this. 

Watch this  Tour de France video.  I can't figure out how to embed it here. 

Man shoots off firework from top of his head, dies instantly

How many things do you see here that are wrong?  My friend loves watching the bartender's reaction.  

“I just don’t get why people are getting all mad about it,” said Corey Doyle, 19.  It all seemed perplexing to Cain Jackson, a 22-year-old graduate, who is white.   “I don’t see how it’s racist to anybody,” he said.
"About 95 percent of the 2,437 elected state and local prosecutors across the country in 2014 were white, and 79 percent were white men"

There are NO transgender prosecutors. 

Experts and analysts say the vote sprang from a deep historical strain of defiance in apparently hopeless situations, honed over centuries.

Roger Clinton: “I don’t have a choice of being first brother,” Mr. Clinton said. “It’s not like I’ve been given the option of doing it and I could turn it down. There are times when it’s hard.”

Yea, man. . . makes you wanna think.

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