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In the Year 2000 ... two
American Political Parties
(the Republicans and the
Democrats) had 4 major
Candidates as the race for
the United States Presidency
went on to the electoral
nominations called "Super
Tuesday." A War veteran
who was still at war John
McCain and the son of a past
"lost memory" administration,
a man who justifies execution
George "W." Bush were the
blood flowing from Republicans
while Democratics sported the
chin in collar Bill Bradley and
Albert Gore Jr. for possibilities.
A typical massive commerical
blitz came forth from both the
Bush people and the Gore
people. As the last quarter
of the year ends America will
have a new History and will
greet a new President. The
excited heated moments of
a Big race. Although every
person seeking to represent
The People --is important--
the real "News To Talk About"
is New York. Hillary Clinton
has taken the Spotlight as she
entered her bid for the Senate.
A woman's personal journey.
The Fashion
Statement.


The MagaZine
Some
wear
it well,
obviously

Some wear
it on their
shirt.

And some carry their
Fashion Statements
in hand. Remember.
People do have feelings.
Respecting Forces
of Nature.


photos: Ian Jerolmack
A Round The World
with David Hebble


by Bettina Cirone
and Ian Jerolmack
Autumn Issue.

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