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19 July 2005 @ 03:49 pm

The Homework Assignment: take a picture demonstrating something unfair.


Information:(not a very good picture, but i did the best i could =/): The most unfair and infuriating thing, to me, is that our President, the man who is supposed to look out for the well-being of this country, and our safety, is spending millions of dollars on killing other people in wars when there are children  dying of preventable diseases and famine. Poverty is killing poor innocent children in places such as Africa and our President is throwing money away on killing yet more people. Where's the sense or fairness in that?

Suggestion for further homework assignments: take a picture of something you could never do without.

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lolazworld on July 19th, 2005 08:10 pm (UTC)
im sooooooooooooo sorry i could have sworn i put this under a lj cut! im sooooooo sorry =/

fishnumber641 on July 19th, 2005 08:50 pm (UTC)
first of all, you can still put this behind an lj cut, you can edit the entry. also i think the photo is a tad too big. but thats just me.

personally im not feeling it, at all. too easy and too used. basically youre just taking a photo of some photos already taken by others. and the topic, not very original.
Slightly broken robotbitspike on August 17th, 2005 12:05 pm (UTC)
thank you for the suggestion, and sorry for this late reply.

although i see the 'meaning' behind this entry a little... something (i want to use the word 'predictable', or 'obvious', but i won't want it to come across in a negative way), it is a very strong issue you are demonstrating here, and something many are passionate about.

i also liked the collage form you used. it gives a sense of different things happening at different times and at quite contrasting locations (poverty, a comfortable office, and violence). it accentuates how different the lives of some, are in comparison to others.

good luck with your future work.
lolazworld on August 19th, 2005 03:03 am (UTC)
thank you sir