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The Security Guard's Prologue
All eyes turned to the entrance of the lounge as the Security Guard ducked under the doorway.  His stride was steady as he walked towards the other end of the room, but the muscles of his massive torso were tensed underneath his trim black Vegas Trips Incorporated uniform.  As he stood in a small alcove at one end of the room, he blended in with the shadows, almost invisible except for the glint of a simple gold cross hung around his sinewy neck.  His alert stance and watchful features bespoke his military training, as did the casual ease with which his hand rested on the Beretta at his side. However, despite his outward compos
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Winter in Connecticut
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Thanksgivukkah
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The Sad Story Of Pumpy
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Floral mechanism
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Edge of Desire
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Waiting for the world to end
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Is Photography Dead?
"We live in a culture dominated by pixels, increasingly unmoored from corpor-eal reality. Movies are stuffed with CGI and, in such "performance animation" films as "Beowulf," overwhelmed by them. Some big pop-music hits are so cyberized the singer might as well be telling you to press 1 if you know your party's exten-sion. Even sculpture has adopted digital "rapid prototyping" technology that allows whatever a programmer can imagine to be translated into 3-D objects in plastic. Why should photography be any different? Why shouldn't it give in to the digital temptation to make every landscape shot look like the most absolutely beautiful scener
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Thoughts on the spyed controversy
Wikipedia, like deviantART, is run mostly by volunteers, who contribute both because they enjoy doing so and because they believe in its mission. But, of course, there has to be someone to power the servers, hire legal counsel, and act as a final arbitrator in disputes. So Wikipedia is run by the Wikimedia Foundation, which is chairmaned by Jimmy Wales, while dA has a CEO, Angelo Sotira. Sotira, as anyone who researches dA's history will quickly find out, is far from universally popular. Allegations of misuse of power are made about him; his detractors say he is overbearing. Additionally, they claim that he inflated his own role as one of th
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Thanks for the favourite.

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ersi|Professional General Artist
Thanks much for faving :D :iconflowerdropplz:
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:iconcrv01::iconcrv02:
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...for the :+fav: on
Seasons End !! :heart:
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Thank you so much for all the favs all the way from the US, honored,:shamrock::), Gary
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Thank you so much for the +fav! I really appreciate it. It's funny, I was just thinking of editing the first line, but I guess it's not worth it!
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Hello random deviant! :)
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