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Old 01-31-2007   #1
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People Eating

This set is for images of people eating like so....

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I have just thought of something ... the title of this thread leaves it wide open for cannibalism.
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Hmmm... I was expecting to see photos of people being eaten (though not necessarily by other people). Tigers, one-armed one-horned flying purple people eaters and suchlike would have matched my expectations...

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I have just thought of something ... the title of this thread leaves it wide open for cannibalism.
<singing>
People.....
People eating.......... people.
Are the luckiest people....
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Sorry... I just had to

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It definately draws attention!
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People.....
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Time to start an Alferd Packer forum?

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nice shot ray, that looks like a cruise ship
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Ray your shot is genius, as usual.

Here's mine.... mamma mia, it's hard to get that last bit of pasta in...

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Thanks. That was in a cruise ship, taken with a GRD. I call it "P*gs at the Trough."

Course I was sitting with my own tray when I took it.
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I'm wondering if a purple people eater is purple and eats people, or it's a thing that eats purple people?
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Fantastic shot, but I guess it does need the disclaimer.
Yes, great expressions, but why the disclaimer? Because of the cut off feet?
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Yes, great expressions, but why the disclaimer? Because of the cut off feet?
(Honest question from someone who's not opposed to political correctness, to me it's largely what was once known as common courtesy.)
They're eating melons —— and «Melon» is in the USA not just a fruit, it's also a racial/ethnic slur; BTW: the French use «Melon» as an ethnic slur, too.
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Fantastic shot, but I guess it does need the disclaimer.
I have found that almost everyone who sees racial overtones in the image is white. That includes a gallery curator who refused to include the print in an exhibit saying it was offensive because it was "sterotypically racial".

Yet I have never found a Negro who saw anything racial. There the most common comment is "who gave those kids such a skinny slice of watermelon?"


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They're eating melons —— and «Melon» is in the USA not just a fruit, it's also a racial/ethnic slur ......
Those of us who are old timers from the deep south of the US laugh at this. Everyone in our family has never given a racial thought to loving and eating watermelon. Our bloodline is 99% European and .7% Sub-Saharan African. (don't be mislead, my avatar is not me)
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Those of us who are old timers from the deep south of the US laugh at this. Everyone in our family has never given a racial thought to loving and eating watermelon. Our bloodline is 99% European and .7% Sub-Saharan African. (don't be mislead, my avatar is not me)
Well, I'm prepared to explain how French speaking people use it, probably also the Louisianaises —— and it has nothing to do with someone's fondness for watermelon! It simply means: an African (especially: Arab) person; rationale: «their skin is dark (greenish-dark), but when you slash them, there's quite a lot of red.» ...
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