Evolution, American-Style

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    Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com

    Public-Republic.com, jjoelness, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com 71 months ago | reply

      See it in context at




      Comments on the image welcome here.

      Comments on the content? Please make them on the blog. Thanks.

    2. DanaZarc 56 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the ability to use this picture. I really like it and thougth it would be a great compliment to my Depression Test website. In fact it was perfect for my page about depression and weight gain. I feel much better using an illustration rather than posting a real person for this page. Thanks!!

    3. Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com 56 months ago | reply

      depression-test.net wrote: I feel much better using an illustration rather than posting [a photo of] a real person for this page.

      Exactly. Photography is great for portraits but not so good at illustrating principles -- personalities get in the way. That's one reason that "stock photos" are so goofy -- bland, generic faces are still faces of living human beings, even if they are paid models playing roles. In point of fact, the viewer knows they are models playing roles, so using such photos implies that you and your business are phony. Illustrations, whether pen-and-ink or digital, omit these distractions and concentrate on the matter at hand.

    4. STL Beds 52 months ago | reply

      Mike we really appreciate you sharing such a great photo. We were looking for a tasteful way to illustrate size of larger people for a blog about what kind of mattresses might work best for someone who is overweight. Please feel free to visit our blog called What Is The Best Mattress For a Big Person and leave a comment if you like.
      Thanks Doug Belleville
      Link www.stlbeds.com/articles/2011/01/24/best-mattress-big-per...

    5. Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com 52 months ago | reply

      Doug: Glad the image worked for you. Nice beds.


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