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    One reason why photographers get a bad rap

    http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/201...rs-in-hoodies/

    so now be sure that you don't wear a hoodie

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    Re: One reason why photographers get a bad rap

    Security theater; I sure feel safe now.

    Though I'm still a bit concerned about Bill Belichick, the New England Patriots football coach. Doesn't he usually wear a hoody? What's up with that? Belichick is a somewhat suspicious character.

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    Re: One reason why photographers get a bad rap

    This one is more troubling (not surprising though).

    This appears to reflect the official view:

    http://blogs.cbn.com/stakelbeckonter...ist-books.aspx

    while this appears to be the fact:

    http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/story?se...cal&id=7656367

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    Re: One reason why photographers get a bad rap

    you have to love this bit...
    "The judge ordered his passport seized. And then immigration held him for failure to have a passport."

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    Re: One reason why photographers get a bad rap

    Borders are very strange.
    I once was held in Paris with a piece of electronic test equipment in my carry-on luggage. The Gendarmes required that it be classified according to their import-export regulations and that paperwork be prepared in french. They then pointed me to a boofshelf full of regulations to find the classification for what I was carrying.
    All the documents were in French of course. It took me a couple of hours to figure it out and they were not at all helpful LOL
    -bob

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