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Friday, February 03, 2006

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Arvic

Oh this photo brings back mieroems of the old International pick up truck that lived' in the driveway for years and years until the man who occassionally drove it passed it on. Sweet shot.As for Avatar want to see it for the medium but having some trouble with what seems to be the theme why? Because in reality there are Indigenous People fighting for survival around the world NOW and their struggles could benefit from the exposure this movie gets for being escapism. Explore Amazon Watch online if in doubt or curious.Any wonder I'm having some trouble with the holy day' season? Hmm back to photo did you take other shots of this truck?

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