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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    Quote Originally Posted by xkaes View Post
    You're absolutely correct, of course. It makes me physically sick to even think about looking at Michelangelo's David, and needless to say, I never would take a picture of it -- even if given a chance.
    I have to assume there's no mirror in your bathroom either.....

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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    Quote Originally Posted by xkaes View Post
    Thanks.

    If you haven't walked a mile in a woman's shoes, you can't judge. OK, I know you will, but you shouldn't. Sounds like someone needs to read the book "Black, Like me" or "A Bunny's Tale". Go walk a mile in any oppressed person's shoes.
    Vaughn,

    My comment was not meant for you -- in any way. I was thanking you. Sorry for the confusion.
    Last edited by xkaes; 2-Nov-2017 at 08:23.

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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post
    I have to assume there's no mirror in your bathroom either.....
    All the mirrors in my house are on the ceiling.

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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    Quote Originally Posted by paulbarden View Post
    I have to assume there's no mirror in your bathroom either.....
    Quote Originally Posted by xkaes View Post
    All the mirrors in my house are on the ceiling.
    Sadly, the mirrors in my house state, "Objects look smaller than they appear".

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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    Quote Originally Posted by consummate_fritterer View Post
    Sadly, the mirrors in my house state, "Objects look smaller than they appear".
    Once you get to my age (74 in two hours), you remove all mirrors from the house.

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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    Quote Originally Posted by bloodhoundbob View Post
    Once you get to my age (74 in two hours), you remove all mirrors from the house.
    Keep on doing whatever works for you, my Brother! Happy Birthday!
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    Jac, right behind you in years.

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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    Quote Originally Posted by Jac@stafford.net View Post
    Jac, right behind you in years.
    Me too.

    Happy Birthday.

    - Leigh
    If you believe you can, or you believe you can't... you're right.

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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    Quote Originally Posted by Jac@stafford.net View Post
    Keep on doing whatever works for you, my Brother! Happy Birthday!
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    Jac, right behind you in years.
    Thanks, Jac and Leigh. It's been quite a ride!

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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    Quote Originally Posted by xkaes View Post
    You guys REALLY need to stay up late and watch Stephen Colbert or Saturday Night Live, one of these nights. How do YOU spell S-A-R-C-A-S-M???
    I'm the king of sarcasm and even I didn't get it. I don't think Stpehen Colbert is funny but I do watch SNL...perhaps I missed the pertinent episode...

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    Old School Wayne
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    Re: Objectification of human subjects

    The only thing I see in the 2 photos are photos I think are not particularly "good" or interesting. I might not be smart enough to understand them.

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