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Tue, Nov. 9th, 2010 | 01:46 pm  ⅊ lapl slavezombie


This is a protest in front of the Central Library which took place Monday, 1 Nov 2010. I bet you're wondering what all these people are protesting about. Well, the truth of the matter is, it goes way back to the days when Playboy magazine was still a legitimate publication that the library deemed worthy to keep in its collections. As it turns out, the porn industry has retaliated against the library system since its porn magazine have been banned.

Back when librarians were mostly male, the concerned parents in the neighborhood petitioned and protested for the obscene rag to be taken off the budget expenditures, with little regard to the interesting articles that some people read, I might add. Computers, however, have put the porn industry back on top of the popularity charts. Pornography is not only easier for minors to access, it is by far more hard core. If those people who got involved in practically censoring a magazine for it's photo exploitations, I think they would've put a little more thought into their cause so that the Internet would not've allowed smut to resurface and bitch slap them for ignoring the concept of extreme right viewpoints in news articles.

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from: anonymous
date: Wed, Nov. 10, 2010 01:49 am (UTC)

I really like the "fogginess" of this image.

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from: slavezombie
date: Wed, Nov. 10, 2010 03:27 pm (UTC)

Thx, I was shooting directly at a 60 degree angle from the sun. That where the light leak comes from. I also had to tweak my scanner to increase contrast.

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