RE: Ohio actually Re: Camera Arts Article & PDN

From: Tim O'Neill ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/14/05-08:53:48 PM Z
Message-id: <BAY3-F9283443891D74D85F0EB7A08C0@phx.gbl>


we are ok in nebraska still...really. A good farmers market where on can
still get heirloom goodies w/o the threat of gmo etc....

Great place to photograph also.

>From: Judy Seigel <>
>Subject: Ohio actually Re: Camera Arts Article & PDN
>Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2005 16:12:21 -0500 (EST)
>On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 wrote:
>>>Actually I hung out on 42nd street with camera til 2 & 3 AM during the
>>>late 80s, when it was.... interesting.  Now the only danger is being
>>>trampled to death by tourists from Illinois. If you don't count the
>>>danger of having a stroke from the Disneyfication, that is.
>>Oh, god...good! The laugh for me is that I'm from
>>you'll remember...and I'm always bitching about the Disneyfication of
>> Blame it on another state, will you? I don't think that they're
>>Disneyfying Nebraska...yet.
>I only picked Illinois, because if memory serves that's Mark's home state.
>I think the biggest single source of NYC tourists is actually Ohio.
>Now imagine that the very day the US gov't report about the new food
>pyramid appears in the paper (NINE servings of fruits & vegetables, etc.)
>you walk into your local supermarket and see a display of extra
>chocolate-coated Oreos topped with the slogan "bring home some love" (or
>words to that effect). And on Tuesday, the news, in case you didn't know,
>that infant mortality in the US is higher than Cuba and a few other
>"undeveloped' countries. It's everywhere, even in Nebraska. Maybe
>especially in Nebraska, unless you have your own farm and kill your own
>bears. (Not Disney bears yet, AFAIK).
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