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nostalgia
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at Cipriani New York
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Hallowed halls and 20x20 frames (at Cipriani New York)
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With the incidents in Ferguson and St. Louis, the rise of ISIS, the growing opposition between Russia and Ukraine, and the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa - the world has become a grim and dark place once more. 

But let us also not forget how far we have come. In a media and information driven society we are no longer tolerant of such problems. We take action head on, not just for a country - but for humanity. 

50 years ago, the shooting of non-white civilians could easily go unpunished, but there is a reason Officer Darren Wilson is in hiding today. 

ISIS has shown us that religious extremists whose ideology is to hurt others with actions is unacceptable in any country and has united nations and allowed many places in the Middle East to speak out and work together against a common enemy. 

Russia and Ukraine have taught us that we have learned from the war in the Middle East and that diplomacy does not always involve an army when there is a difference of opinion.

And already two patients have been released from Atlanta who previous were diagnosed with the Ebola infection, showing that disease, famine, and quality of life does not end with your own borders - but should be extended to all of humanity. 

Yes - the issues we are currently facing are difficult and frightening, but we are aware of them because they are intolerable. The problems have been identified, now it’s time to fix them.       Photo by Scott Olson
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Shot in a butcher shop in the Bronx this morning. After today, I can’t understand why anyone would willingly eat meat.
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Straight cheesin’
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at World Trade Center
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Shooting in a Christian book store and I really want to take this book..
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Focus dude, duuuuuude. Focus dude.