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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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Caine says:

These just get better. I like the look on the one pigeon, checking those eggs out. Faved.

27th Mar 2009, 19:16

Lyzardly says:

That one pigeon is having near cannabalistic thoughts, I can see it!

"Yes, they may be eggs, but they're not MY eggs. Look around, the only other option is rubbish scraps. Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures and all that."

27th Mar 2009, 22:21

Lyzardly says:

My husband just pointed out the allusion to your PM inherent in this series. I'm ashamed to admit I had missed it until he said something.

Certainly adds another level.

28th Mar 2009, 00:25

Caine says:

This whole series speaks to me on several different levels. There's the whole putting one's eggs all in one basket; what the economy is doing to people who don't have a very big basket nor a whole lot of eggs.

And food. Just putting basic food on the table. We had a minor price shock the last time we were at the Bismarck grocery store. The huge corporations that pretty much run and rule agriculture here have really boosted their prices for what is second rate food. There's a house bill right now in the U.S. that would make a license mandatory for a farmer's market, no matter how small. Even if that goes through, it won't be honored here in ND. Anyway, we're lucky enough to be able to bypass the high prices for crappy food, but the majority of people aren't able to do so.

I wish I was an editor - at least one of this series needs a highlight. Where are you, highlight fairies?

28th Mar 2009, 00:40

Caine - thank you - and that's scary :(

Lyzardly - *breathes sigh of relief* don't worry, you weren't alone. From Kel's comment on one of these posts I think she got there too :)

28th Mar 2009, 06:51

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