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APhoto Of The Day — 7.23.10

Mexican sewer  diver Julio Camara goes down on a cage for a dive at the city's drainage system plant, on the outskirts of  Mexico City on Tuesday. Camara, who makes less than US $500 a month diving in the city's  sewage system clearing blockages and repairing infrastructure, says he is the only  sewage  diver in the Mexican capital, from where at least 1000 tons of rubbish are extracted per month. You write the cutline. (AP Photo/Carlos Jasso)

Top Cutline:

  • 1. One No. 1, extra pickles. Two No. 2s, heavy on the special sauce. Catch of the Day, fries no tartar. Julio finds himself in the thick of the lunch rush yet again -- Kevin Taylor.
  • 2. (tie) In the birth of a CAVE'r, DFO finally displays the origin of -- Soaf; and: I'm going in…another day blurking at -- Fat Lady Sings.
  • Sewer diver Julio Camera sings the Paul Simon song, “Me es Julio down in the sewage pit” -- Gary D. Rhodes.
  • HM: Poolman, Charlies, & everyone else. Another great day for cutlines.

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D.F. (Dave) Oliveria joined The Spokesman-Review in 1984. He currently is a columnist and compiles the Huckleberries Online blog and writes about North Idaho in his Huckleberries column.

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