I have to say, my knockoff Turkish-made "Pumas" were one of the most comfortable and longest-lasting pairs of shoes I've ever owned.
This is an issue for contemporary aid workers as well. At my wife's UN security training she was told not to take photographs with child soldiers, for example. And there is a big debate about using photographs of human suffering (especially children) in marketing materials for NGOs.
I wonder, if the few groups trying to bring awareness to the Holocaust as it was happening had access to photos from the camps, would they have put them on billboards and bus shelters? Would it have been right to do so?
The next stage is when they start buying up regional water and sewer utilities so they can begin offering so-called "One Pipe To Home" (1P2H) service.
@deepomega actually most restrooms in DC are unisex now. I also have some other interesting facts about our nation's cap-- hey where are you going?
@deepomega but wait! What about our MEN'S rooms?
Finally, DC is discussed in The Awl.
Is this data journalism?
On City Old
And let's not even start on the average age of NYC's blog editors...
@sagor see, the new Awl is already attracting a more sophisticated breed of spambot.