Don’t be dissin’ Hillary

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    1. Philosoap [deleted] 99 months ago | reply

      And who was the bam-ee?

    2. RRNeal 99 months ago | reply

      I'd love to know the context behind establishing this imagery! Also, it is interesting that he'd lead with his right when he is a true south-paw.

    3. jurvetson 99 months ago | reply

      RRNeal: He was actually saying something nice about Obama, but I was distracted by the gesticulations. It was a friendly hand on the shoulder.

      Biotron: I was holding the camera down by my waist, shooting blind... =)

      oddwick: yeah, we were lining up for our punishment. Thank you sir, may I please have another.

    4. czd72 99 months ago | reply

      its a great shot.



    5. Number Six 99 months ago | reply

      Superb capture - one for the press - try Scoopt?

    6. elliott.and.august 99 months ago | reply

      great capture!

    7. Ana Gremard 99 months ago | reply

      That's awesome!

    8. Mo, In The 415 98 months ago | reply

      Wow. Probably the best "blind" shot ever. Your aim is ridiculously accurate!

    9. jurvetson 98 months ago | reply

      Mo knows the fist of love..... thanks!

      #6: it's free, but as far as I know, nobody has used it

    10. Pupica 98 months ago | reply

      :) Nice shot!

    11. steeev 98 months ago | reply

      Cool pic! Please consider adding it to the Body Language + Hand Signals + Gestures Groups. Cheers! :)

    12. Ramones Karaoke 82 months ago | reply

      I note that this was taken from the 'Monica angle'. It's remarkably well-lit for a from-the-hip shot.

    13. krystleblair 81 months ago | reply

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    14. .........-.--.-. 80 months ago | reply

      Seen on Lifehacker

    15. booledozer 8 months ago | reply

      This image was uploaded here --
      Thanks for using a CC liscense that allows re-use!

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