Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Bus stop diversity


My friend, Allison, took this morning "waiting for the school bus" photo. From left to right the kids are lined up: Andrea from Mexico, Delaney the bus patrol, Sanna from Afghanistan, Mohammed from Somalia, Bashir from Afghanistan, Zanie from Somalia, Piper and Susanna.

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  1. What a beautiful picture! it makes us optimistic

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  2. Good job, Allison! Finally, we get to see real life in Eagan...

    What a bunch of cute kids! Maybe you should take more photos for whatsisface's blog?

    He's getting even nuttier, I think. This morning he commented on one of my blocks...I'm sure he's "crackers."

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  3. Mais personne à l'arrêt de bus n'a un accent australien, Leif ?

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  4. une belle diversité dans les habits ;)

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  5. Now this is what I like to see. Looks like you've got a lot of diversity in your neighborhood. Very nice!

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  6. Dette er som en liten FN delegasjon.

    (FN er "Forente Nasjoner", eller UN som du ville sagt....? )
    Dette var dagens lille dose med norsk...

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  7. That's a really great picture! Diverse is great!

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  8. Good to see kids from your angle as well today!

    Is it just me or have school buses looked this way forever? I seem to recall vehicles from old movies very much resembling the one driving up here.

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  9. A great mix of kids from all over.

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  10. What a wonderful multi-culti photo!!!

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  11. Looks like a ad from Benetton...

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  12. Beautiful...All the colors of the world!
    :-)
    Thanks!

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  13. 'United Colours of Benetton'! VP is absolutely right! This is just great!

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  14. Susanna reminds me of what I wore to school but I wish I had looked like Sanna!

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  15. That is one diverse bus stop :)

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  16. What a lovely picture! Unity in diversity live in harmony .. the world should learn from this kids! :)

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  17. now if these kids learn how to get along, there is hope for the planet.

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