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17•52 • “They’re all crooks…”

May 07, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

We’ve all heard that cliché about politicians.

 

Having a fiancée with a Master’s Degree in Political Science who is also attending Pacific McGeorge School of Law, these books were lying around the house.

 

ABOUT THIS PROJECT:

 

MoPho Info:

Capture • DROID 3

Processing • Vignette App

This American Life • Theme of the Week • MoPho Project 52 Weeks, creating 52 new images in 2012 for each week's TAL theme with the device I listen to the episodes on, Motorola Droid 3. Each image for this project will be shot in 2012 and processed in phone with installed Apps. I then take it into Lightroom to add tags, title, caption and my watermark. So in essence each photo will be straight out of camera phone.

 

ABOUT THIS WEEK'S TAL EPISODE:                                                

 

#463: Mortal Vs Venial

Originally aired 04.27.2012

 

“Religion makes it pretty clear what differentiates mortal sins from venial ones. Mortal are the really bad sins and venial the lesser ones. But in our everyday lives, it can be really difficult to determine just how bad we've been. This week we have stories of people trying to figure out that question.”

 

ACT ONE. THE POSTCARD ALWAYS RINGS TWICE.

Producer Alex Blumberg tells the story of Jeff Smith, a former Missouri State Senator who spent last year in federal prison. The story of how Jeff ended up there includes large sins, but begins with a relatively small one. In other words, it's the story of a venial sin turning into a mortal one. Alex can regularly be heard on Planet Money, which is a collaboration between NPR News and This American Life. “

 

http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/462/own-worst-enemy

You can also follow my project on:

Blog: http://DougChurchill.com/blog

Flickr Group: http://flickr.com/groups/TALTOTW

Facebook Page: http://Facebook.com/TAL52

Instagram: DougChurchill

 

 


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