Yeah, well, now note the womenI'm afraid that some who have not visited the spectacular sights in the American West (especially our foreign friends) don't realize how truly spectacular the vistas can be. Here is a vintage photo which may convey the grand scale.
Glacier Point and South Dome, Yosemite Valley, 1898
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Note the men standing on top of Glacier Point.
More upside downFighting my way through the squirrels and stewardesses . . . . . have some more upside down (or upside bound)
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It's a harsh business though.I feel this is harsh. Good advice but harsh
As Raymond Chandler (almost) said:It's a harsh business though.
It swallows people chews them up and spits them out.
And well, it's a business where everyone wears a bit of a mask, or at least projects a persona.
The squirrel just needs to slip into a different suit now an then
Really interesting, and well done.
I noticed it earlier but chose not to mention it, considering the unusually high proportion of those who are well-versed in history on CF.I began to doubt my memory after no response from the post