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A Voice in the Wilderness

As nightfall does not come at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there's a twilight where everything remains seemingly unchanged, and it is in such twilight that we must be aware of change in the air, however slight, lest we become unwitting victims of the darkness. -- William O. Douglas

Thursday, July 14, 2005

Price of Vanity II - A Delgado and a Perky C-cup

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I wonder if this niño delgado (Spanish for 'skinny child' lol! How precious) looks as good as he feels?

They can make you a 'perky C-cup' but they cannot turn 36 years into 26 or 41 years into 40. Elimination of a jiggly butt does nothing for the 30,000 children that will die today from starvation - but, if it makes you happy, go put your life in jeopardy and turn every head on the planet - you deserve it.

Here are some thoughts to ponder as you drift into unconsciousness in anticipation of that flat belly with a half-inch thick, hip-to-hip 14 inch scar.
Final 9/11 Death toll: 2986 - more than ten times that many children are dying every day.
US GI Death toll to date: 1756 - more than 15 times that many children are starving to death every day.
2000 Census of Los Lunas, New Mexico:
10,034 - 3 times that many children are starving to death every day.


At Thu Jul 14, 10:55:00 AM MDT, Blogger iamnasra said...

Loved your blog and the issue you present..thank you

At Thu Jul 14, 03:22:00 PM MDT, Blogger Legend In My Own Mind said...

That image of the child and the vulture is chilling. Actually, I don't know what I'm feeling. That pic just touched me like no other. I've got to say buddy, you find some extraordinary pics to show us.

Keep it coming!

At Thu Jul 14, 03:24:00 PM MDT, Blogger Legend In My Own Mind said...


I read that you got a new digital. Go to my site and check out my latest pics. I too have been experimenting with my camera. Let me know what you think.

P.S. Let's do lunch again.

At Thu Jul 14, 06:42:00 PM MDT, Blogger The Voice said...


That was the 1994 Pulitzer Prize winner. Photographer, Kevin Carter took the picture and then left - not knowing what the fate of that child was. He became increasingly despondent over the controversy that his inaction over the child brought. Coupling that with the continued violence he witnessed through his lens and the death of a dear friend of his who was shot to death, Carter took his own life three years after taking the picture of the child and vulture.

The picture proved to be pivotal in bringing world attention to the famine in the Sudan.

Unfortunately, there is once again a famine in Darfur, a region in Sudan and Dubya has done very little in the way of offering much help.



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