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05 June 2013

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jeanie

That is completely appalling. When I think of some of the great images that tell the stories -- those of the remarkable photojournalists who manage to freeze a moment in time forever, a moment of grief or fear or joy -- well, it makes me prfoundly sad. Thank you for sharing this. I love (and am disturbed) that from abroad you know this -- and only four hours from Chicago -- I don't.

Marilyn

Sad! Yes, we do need photographers on the newspaper because for some of us the photo tells a poignant story, much more readily than the words. As an amateur I learn from professional photographers. More for less seems to be the story in most businesses these days - greed and no heart lead the way - and stock holders most often fit into that category. They want more and more without acknowledging the people that make the money for them.

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