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I wondered that too. I suppose since he was a famous architect and the building was known as his creation that something contractual like that might have been in the realm of possibility. Without researching it I don't know the answer.
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I took the date from the referring article, obviously. I just Googled and found a different picture of him promoting the same movie, which says he's 14 and it's 1988. The referring article was wrong. Changing date. Nice work, Sherlock.
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Well, let's see. Why don't you Google the phrase and see who still says it? It looks like actor Kevin Spacey said it just yesterday. Publications like Time magazine, Washington Times, NY Post, US Magazine, and all have used it anywhere from yesterday to the last few months. I guess that means "people" do still use it. And no, I'm not three. Are you?
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There seems to be at least two camps: the old-schoolers who aren't happy with any changes to the old-school rules, and the people who are in favor of letting such rules "evolve." I like these things because I like to consider all sides.
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After reading up a little more on this series, I've learned that in not every case is the photographer simply asking people to dump out their bags on a table. He cites instances of people pulling out everything they carry in their car on a regular basis. One man was on a professional tour in a van, and he opened it up to the photographer.

I think it would be interesting and more validating to list the professions and hobbies of the participants, as well as the containers (including vehicles) in which the items were carried. Depending on their professions or hobbies, I could easily see a person carrying unusual items on a daily basis, particularly in a car.
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This is the largest rodent in the world, making it a very unusual pet, which some people would find interesting. Given it's a rodent, I think comparisons to animals like dogs are unfair. A lot of people enjoy having rats, guinea pigs, hamsters and the like as pets, and would argue that they are intelligent and capable of showing affection. I think from the videos of JoeJoe, it's obvious he is patient and social with other animals and good natured in general.
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