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Photos: Tucson's Labor Day picnic

Hundreds of workers and their families, many with dogs in tow, enjoyed a cool day at Reid Park at the Pima Area Labor Federation's Labor Day Picnic on Monday.

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Sep 5, 2011, 4:04 pm
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The blindfold thing I can understand, though I’m not in agreement. Here in Japan we do a similar thing, but with a watermelon (and after the watermelon is smashed, everyone eats it. Little kids can’t manage at all with the blindfold, so it’s not used for them. Understandable, really.

Sep 5, 2011, 4:03 pm
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Yes, I liked that as well. The nurturing of future mass murderers!

Sep 5, 2011, 3:56 pm
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@Roberto De Vido My first thought about the pi˝ata: Why isn’t that kid wearing a blindfold? My second thought: Why does that pi˝ata look like a princess and the boys have to have a go at it?

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Kerry Barney of United Steelworkers Local 296 cooks hot dogs for the crowd. Kerry was expecting to cook over 4,000 hot dogs today.