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Monday, 24 November 2008

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Wow, thank you for sharing that.

See, the pictures that are and keep to be most valuable are sheer and straight and very simple little documents.

Not the invented ones.

Photography compressing time.

This is an excellent example of the power it can wield.

Very profound and moving.

Utterly fantastic! A real piece of Americana.
Thanks for sharing this with us.

I thought it was interesting that no mention was made of those who did not make it to the second round. Maybe being old makes me more sensitive to that issue.

Dave,
I don't know if they're mentioned in the book or not. I suspect the mandate of the CBS show (this a judgment just from seeing it that one time) is to be upbeat and warm-hearted, so they'd probably downplay any less-than-reassuring elements of the story. Just a guess.

Mike J.

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