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February 22, 2004

Pictures of People's Souls

A question for you. 20 years from now, and presuming a certain level of the ability to feel shame at one's own public stupidity, which people in the photos below do you think will be more ashamed of their actions at the San Francisco City Hall last week? These people:

Or these people?

And just as importantly, do you think your answer to the question above will shame you in 20 years? Think carefully, now.

(First picture pilfered from "Justly Married." Second pilfered from Rob Rummel-Hudson, who pilfered it from other sources.)

Posted by john at February 22, 2004 10:00 AM

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