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James Reynolds’ Last Suppers Photo Essay Offers A Cafeteria-Style Look at Capital Punishment

April 2, 2012 by


Fried chicken. A doughnut and a milkshake. Several bottles of Coca-Cola. An assortment of tropical fruits. These were the last meals of death row inmates recreated by a graphic artist, James Reynolds, in the United Kingdom in a series titled Last Suppers. What do these images say to you? To me, they speak not only […]

Gerrymandering – No You Can’t Make Up Your Own Definitions

March 8, 2012 by


Gerrymandering. It’s a goofy word. Like, if you said, “Hey, have you heard about what happened with Gerry Mandering?” Someone might ask, “Who?” Or you could say, “We really should do something about that gerrymandering problem.” Your friend might say, “Oh, when panhandlers stand on the median of a busy street and you’re scared they’ll […]