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    in my neighborhood, we face financial challenges every day

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    1. d9882a [deleted] 55 months ago | reply

      Dear woodleywonderworks

      First, we are sorry about writing e-mail with unknown.

      My name is Kahee.
      This is a Korea and i'm Korean.
      Please understand if my English is unfluently.

      I'm a designer in a "Tomorrow" publications.
      we make a magzine for university students and youths to raise

      good leaders for the world.
      This is the first issue of the magazine.

      In this issue we plan the article about world economy crisis.

      According to the plan, we're wrote the article and it's finished.

      but we don't have photo about.
      At that time, we found your photo on flickr.

      we are normal publications but, in fact, we aren't the publication

      for earn money.
      Not for money but teaching to youths, we get only small ordinary

      income.
      Nevertheless we will make this magzine continously.
      in spite of low salary, our staff's are working with proud.

      Please support this and important work.
      We wait for you reply.
      thank you.

      ps. the article is writing in Korean. so, i'm sorry that we can't

      send you.
      (if you want, we can send you)

      need photo Link:
      www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/2987611025/sizes/s/in/s

    2. australianpolicyonline 49 months ago | reply

      Thanks from Australian Policy Online. This pic is our feature image (with attribution) for APO's Environment & Planning section for a week or so from 1 April 2010. See www.apo.org.au/environment-planning (illustrating a report called ‘Mortgage default in Australia: nature, causes and social and economic impacts’). And again on October 2010, for our Social Policy Section, illustrating a report called 'Housing, public policy and social inclusion'.

      PS. APO is a non profit website making the latest Australian social policy research available to the public. Thank you for listing your image with a Creative Commons license.

    3. Jamie Sarner 35 months ago | reply

      Another perfect shot that works great on my Toronto real estate blog. Wonderful woodleywonderworks, keep up the good work, and thanks for the CC licence!

    4. chrisinhawaii 18 months ago | reply

      Hey there. I also loved this pic and used it on my blog. It's on a post titled, "Did Jesus Promise His Followers Abundant Wealth In This Life?" Thank you so much for sharing it on flickr! Aloha!

      godandmammon.com/did-jesus-promise-his-followers-abundant...

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