Aung San Suu Kyi 09 Fairey

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Fri Jun 19, 2009 11:27 pm

woah! it's tia carrere
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Sat Jun 20, 2009 1:00 am

The woman just turned 64 and in a couple of photos she looks really good
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cool print!
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People in Burma would be arrested and imprisoned indefinitely for merely possessing this print.

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hotlaw wrote:woah! it's tia carrere
Except Tia Carrere hasn't been under house arrest for most of the past 20 years for simply being democratically elected. She was told by the military junta that she could leave the country at any time, but would not be allowed back in. She refused, even as her husband, an Oxford professor, died of cancer in England. Sad story. She was also the subject of the U2 song "Walk On," which won the Grammy for record of the year in 2002.
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sasquatch wrote:
hotlaw wrote:woah! it's tia carrere
Except Tia Carrere hasn't been under house arrest for most of the past 20 years for simply being democratically elected. She was told by the military junta that she could leave the country at any time, but would not be allowed back in. She refused, even as her husband, an Oxford professor, died of cancer in England. Sad story. She was also the subject of the U2 song "Walk On," which one record of the year in 2002.
So she's a lousy wife AND a traitor?
just a foil for me today, thanks
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fredo wrote:
sasquatch wrote:
hotlaw wrote:woah! it's tia carrere
Except Tia Carrere hasn't been under house arrest for most of the past 20 years for simply being democratically elected. She was told by the military junta that she could leave the country at any time, but would not be allowed back in. She refused, even as her husband, an Oxford professor, died of cancer in England. Sad story. She was also the subject of the U2 song "Walk On," which one record of the year in 2002.
So she's a lousy wife AND a traitor?

annnd the subject of a crappy song.
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Sat Jun 20, 2009 6:24 pm

Wow, this is a strong Fairey print.

He could not have chosen a better subject for a human rights awareness piece. Excellent.
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Sat Jun 20, 2009 7:02 pm

Looks nothing like the photo abbove...print kinda looks like a thai lady boy
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jenga wrote:Looks nothing like the photo abbove...print kinda looks like a thai lady boy
OK, a strong photo of a Fairey print then. She's more photogenic than Mousavi, I suspect.
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