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JaniMarkus Hasa

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About JaniMarkus Hasa

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  1. Police officer in Chinatown, NYC, 2015.
  2. Fire engines in front of Kallio firestation in Helsinki, Finland. Gross $ 5.25, net $ 1.58. Finland, Editorial website. Royalty-free. One of those snap shots I hesitated to upload. Therefore under pseudonym. $ 1.58 meets the artistic values of the image. Exactly two months from the last sale.
  3. I haven't fallen off the cliff, but maybe off a very little rock. Last sale was exactly two months ago. It's almost as if universe is trying to tell me something...
  4. During a heavy snowfall in Time Square
  5. On a positive note, my worst case -scenario is having two zooms less.
  6. Williamsburg Bridge in the early morning light. 2015, Lower East Side, Manhattan, NYC, USA.
  7. Ashes to Ashes by David Bowie Take It as It Comes by the Doors Eve of Destruction by Barry McGuire You're Gonna Miss Me by 13th Floor Elevators Dead by X-mas by Hanoi Rocks Save the Population by Red Hot Chili Peppers Lust for Life by Iggy Pop Death Letter by the White Stripes School's Out by Alice Cooper No Fun by the Stooges So Alone by Offspring
  8. Both great songs. I love Dolly Parton's version of Mule Skinner Blues, though my favorite is by the Cramps.
  9. The latest news is that some fellow student's aunt took her to stay for a time being. That's very kind thing to do.
  10. Well, like I said in the first place, that was just my two € cents. I guess I'm a bit more sceptical about political decision making, especially when it comes to President Trump. I have noticed that sometimes politicians seem to make decisions based on what's popular rather than what is scientifically reasonable. Do you really believe President Trump's ban on travel from most European countries but not from United Kingdom was based on some kind of epidemiological modelling? Anyways, it was my two cents, but I'm not the only one with the opinion. Many experts including ones from World Health Organization seem to think the same; travel bans don't work. I trust them more than populist politicians.
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