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Ordinary American Scenes (45 pics)

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Interesting project by Peter Crabtree.

Carter Campbell, 3, and grandfather, Arthur Campbell Sr.

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Mary Tifft and her daughter's roses, Pownal, Vt.


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Mary Kohler and rabbit, Ellie May, Woodford, Vt.


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Nathan Wallace-Senft and kale plants


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Cemetery, New Skete Monastery, Cambridge, N.Y.


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Bear in butcher shop




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Looking toward Whipstock Hill, Hoosick, N.Y.


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Tractor-trailer accident, Woodford, Vt.


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Taxi stand


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Andrew Veach


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Chad Radcliffe, 21, Pownal, Vt.


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Brookside Apartments


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Beside the Walloomsac River


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Dufresne Traier Park, Manchester, Vt.


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Mormon missionary


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Hoosic River, Pownal, Vt.


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Melissa Breznick and daughter, Manchester, Vt.


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John Altieri


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Wilma Bink, Eagle Bridge, N.Y.


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Defendant and sheriff's deputy, Bennington District Court


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Jason Burdick, White Creek, N.Y.


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Cynthia Cole


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Michael Matteson shows scars from quintuple bypass surgery, Sunderland, Vt.


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Mennonite family, Walloomsac, N.Y.


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Cross-country meet


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Soccer team, Manchester, Vt.


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Ballplayer, Bennington Bombers


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Hells Angel, West Arlington, Vt.


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Select Board meeting


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Off-campus student housing


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Detective Peter Urbanowitz


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Louis Tobin, fugitive


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Joey Hewson, 16, and Shelby Rowe, 13, Pownal, Vt.


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Sign, Sunderland, Vt.


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Schoolboy, Pownal, Vt.


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Pastor Oscar and Gloryvee Caraballo, Alpha and Omega Ministries


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Jacob Esh, Christian bookstore owner and beekeeper


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Electric lines, Hoosick, N.Y.


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Shaun Douglas, Hoosick Falls, N.Y.


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Flowers, Woodford, Vt.


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Ron Worley and poodle, Eddie


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Wes Dewey, quarterback, Southern Vermont Storm


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Niicole Ruggles, 18


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Willow tree


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Crows


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№1 Author: zenone (26 Mar 2010 01:29) Total user comments: 335


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makes me want to move
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№2 Author: gulevalos (26 Mar 2010 01:46) Total user comments: 0


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Cannot hepl yourself, this reminds me GUMMO! (movie)
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№3 Author: Nicoars82 (26 Mar 2010 02:34) Total user comments: 343


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What kind of project is?
Classic life in USA
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№4 Author: Louie (26 Mar 2010 03:52) Total user comments: 8189


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№5 Author: MathIsHard (26 Mar 2010 05:00) Total user comments: 1404


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21 but I'm not sure why... 51
I mean ideologically, most of these people are different than myself, but they're still my countrymen, still my neighbors.... maybe that's what I like about America? 51




p.s. He cut down that tree with a Poulan?! 34
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№6 Author: Ty Webb (26 Mar 2010 05:39) Total user comments: 6156


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This is not a clear picture of America. These are more redneck shots than anything else. Our country is diverse. It would take thousands of pics to CORRECTLY show ''ordinary" America. We are a melting pot of every country on the planet. We have huge cities, farm lands desert forrests prairies mountains valleys beaches and a picture of only one type of nationality or geo location cannot and does not represent ordinary America.

There is only one picture that can even remotely represent America and that would be a blank canvas. We as a society in general are always changing. Changing for the good bad and the ugly.
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№7 Author: nuts2u (26 Mar 2010 06:38) Total user comments: 828


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Depressing.
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№8 Author: alukard (26 Mar 2010 07:30) Total user comments: 120


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Niicole Ruggles, 18 isn't depressing : D
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№9 Author: delorarose (26 Mar 2010 07:30) Total user comments: 322


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Why was there a bear in a butcher shop?
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№10 Author: Nibbles (26 Mar 2010 08:37) Total user comments: 211


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fred
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№11 Author: cm620et (26 Mar 2010 09:08) Total user comments: 101


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fred finizzi is right it;s only 1 side of the story a very sad one as it appears
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№12 Author: Kuku (26 Mar 2010 11:27) Total user comments: 9


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What it's been?
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№13 Author: micky mike (26 Mar 2010 11:45) Total user comments: 884


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№14 Author: Link was here (26 Mar 2010 11:51) Total user comments: 1329


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Is this the American Dream!?
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№15 Author: Shay (26 Mar 2010 12:27) Total user comments: 1265


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I don't find it sad at all...I thought it was kind of a good representation of normal people in normal photos..a little bit country for sure, but still nice photos. Something different from kissy face myspace photos and Walmart wierdos.
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№16 Author: 32 (26 Mar 2010 12:32) Total user comments: 0


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So locked up niggers is the true face of America? I see, I see...
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№17 Author: khannibal (26 Mar 2010 14:10) Total user comments: 4711


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№18 Author: Dallizzt (26 Mar 2010 15:07) Total user comments: 1467


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I would have to agree with Fred, this is more redneck then anything else. You'd have to go outside these areas in order to really get a clear picture.
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№19 Author: Bruce Burbank (26 Mar 2010 15:45) Total user comments: 296


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Definitely not ordinary American. Maybe ordinary redneck culture in the south and midwest.

If you did one called 'ordinary California' (or Arizona, or New Mexico, or Texas) it's be 80% Hispanics and blacks.
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№20 Author: Poontang_Punisher (26 Mar 2010 15:53) Total user comments: 1257


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every country has the good and bad , we can not judge the country by few pics anways who cares lets see some boobs and asses 07
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№21 Author: Sean (26 Mar 2010 16:24) Total user comments: 53


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Perhaps by ordinary he meant: "Lets roll through some trailerparks with a camera and take some pictures in an attempt to be provocative".
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№22 Author: thassos (26 Mar 2010 16:52) Total user comments: 362


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Oh come on, America is a colorful land, you have all type of people there and many, many beliefs. What is relevant is the fact that America has allot of fat people, allot of mental disorders, many diseases, many natural disasters, many polluting systems and so on. And until 2009 they were lead by a monkey. That's the real America. And almost everybody loves their country, they would die in wars for the love of good ol' America. Only the smart ones moved out of that dumpster of the world. I cannot remember one good thing in the past 20 years that America provided for the world. I am not saying that they didn't do that, just I cannot remember...
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№23 Author: aks3167 (26 Mar 2010 17:16) Total user comments: 1674


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i love america ,
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№24 Author: Random (26 Mar 2010 18:54) Total user comments: 0


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Fred Finizzi's right

I'm an American too, and this is not a completely accurate representation of our entire country- yes, there is a lot of this shit here, as pictured above, but it's certainly not ALL this country is.

Not all of us are religious freaks ( I don't follow any religion, personally) knocked- up teenagers (although there are too many people having kids too young, but that's not just in America,) or whitetrash fatasses....
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№25 Author: lepsy (26 Mar 2010 18:58) Total user comments: 1252


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№26 Author: astroboy3000 (26 Mar 2010 20:19) Total user comments: 2543


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32, it is when theyre criminals
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№27 Author: esn36 (26 Mar 2010 21:10) Total user comments: 19


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There is poverty in the USA like everywhere else. Notice how people keep saying "redneck" Americans have a hard time dealing with class issues. We are used to deal with "race" issues as a replacement for "class" issues. actually there is even worse as far as poverty in the USA. Not as a large poor segment as other countries but nevertheless an ironic for the most powerful country in the world.
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№28 Author: chilakilez (27 Mar 2010 03:17) Total user comments: 0


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whitetrashy american ordinary scenes... i belive the title was mispelled
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№29 Author: ikei (27 Mar 2010 07:43) Total user comments: 444


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№30 Author: 32 (27 Mar 2010 17:41) Total user comments: 0


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astroboy3000,
Tnx Cap!
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