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So What Actually is the Truth?

Discussion in 'Street-City-Architecture' started by NYRich, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. NYRich

    NYRich Premium Member

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    Just walking along Sixth Ave in NYC yesterday and took these shots less than two blocks apart. Great tacos! Had both chicken and beef. :D

    No political intent here but just a bit of irony, all things considered.
     
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    It reads like politics to me. Including the image with expanded text would seem to make it so. Simply posting the first and last image would have illustrated what is said to be irony.
     
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    No worries on my part.
    I don't trust any politician, regardless of party affiliation (Independents included).
     
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    And not exclusive to the USA.
     
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    What is truth? Why good tacos of course!;)
     
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    It's a great American tradition to slam whoever is in office.

    Why should it stop now???
     
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    They all look better once out of office.

    My dog asks: CAN'T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG???

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    He should piss on both. The Bush family history is questionable at best and nefarious at worst.
     
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    The only reason that I put up the expanded text was to make it readable. You might be right that the two images could have stood on their own.
     
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    Can't get enough of 'em. Best I ever had were in Zihuatenejo from some street vendor. It's been a few years, but I think that it cost me under $4 for three tacos and a Dos Equis. My wife thought I was crazy buying from a street vendor but I'm still alive and relatively well.:stuff:
     
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    The expanded text showing the positive actions of your government helps to balance the negative message of the first image.
     
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    I lived in Oaxaca for a while and the best food was from the street vendors. I too had the best tacos from a street vendor in San Felipe de Etla and the best pozole from a street vendor in Oaxaca. Tacos were a buck each and a giant bowl of pozole was $1.60 with tortillas and a soda.
     
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    I've been eating from food carts here in NYC my entire life and have never become ill. I'm a big fan of Comida Latina in general and the latest thing that New Yorkers have "discovered" is the arepa which is a Latin American staple going back centuries. The recipe at this link is pretty basic. Before I retired, I had a secretary who would bring arepas to the office and you had to be quick if you wanted one. Homemade Arepas Recipe

    Not sure what any of this has to do with photography, but man does not live by cameras alone.
     

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