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UE rule #941: dress inconspicuous

UE rule #941: dress inconspicuous

It's always a good time to stop and make sure there's no boogers hanging from your nose. The red tassles help distract foes.

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I bet they attract the babes, too.
-paintboy49dwj, 2010-02-16 01:10:11

that's an awesome hat.
-Hammonton Photography, 2010-10-12 22:48:11

Great photo reportage. Is this Borscht Belt area in some ways the Detroit of the tourism industry ?
-leoveryou, 2010-11-13 20:24:31

Leoveryou, in a way, I suppose there are some parallels: both Detroit and the Borscht Belt were once sprawling and thriving juggernauts in their industries. Whereas Detroit obviously was metropolitan, the Borscht Belt covered a much larger yet sparsely populated geographical area. They both were built to meet the needs of a time period that passed. Both places are now swaths of abandonment. Hopelessness is pervasive in both places. And not much is being done to change either place as far as I can tell, short of razing empty buildings. Although, one thing Detroit had that the Borscht Belt never did was Robocop.
-Sousveillance, 2010-11-17 19:44:04

I always thought New York and Michigan were opposite of each other (at least demographically speaking).

Awesome photos you have there -- I really enjoyed looking at them.
-monavladko, 2012-11-02 00:25:48

Last of the Mohicans

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