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The "Look Right!!" painted on the streets of London is actually helpful. The guy playing with his balls looked like a little too pleased.
Number Five was my favorite:Nibble.Cast furtive glance...Chomp!"I hope my roommate doesn't catch me. He'll report me to the RA!"
I liked the headless guy on the fence and the upside down don't stand on this one..
I reposted the "Liberty" stamp on my Facebook wall. It kind of says it all for a dilute libertarian like myself.
That was a nice break.
I still like that sign: "It is illegal to look in this direction."
This reminds me of the urges I get when I visit places like the Metropolitan Museum in NYC.How can you NOT touch that carved relief from an Egyptian pyramid? How can NOT run your hands over the marble table constructed in the Renaissance? The urge to "touch" history is overwhelming, despite the dozens of signs saying "do not touch".My favorite: the Eight O'clock mint being eaten at 7:59.It did just occur to me that there is no "am" or "pm" designation. OMG! Do they mean 8 am or 8 pm?????Needless to say, I have been escorted out of museums.
Only in modern America could that be called anarchy. The combination of poor upbringing and the annoying little rules that result have as their only virtue the cheapening of anarchy.
Some are funny -- a couple are hilarious -- but Americans and other foreigners do get killed in London traffic by looking left not right. I guess it goes to show that there are rules that even anarchists shouldn't break.
Starts off with a guy who is (unremarkedly) violating Althouse Rule #1 -- Men In Shorts!!!
Ah, chuck. So did some bad man steal your sense of humor as a child? Bet you're a hoot at parties.
chuck said...Only in modern America could that be called anarchy. The combination of poor upbringing and the annoying little rules that result have as their only virtue the cheapening of anarchyI think, if you're using "anarchy" as a brand it's already cheapened. Which is funny since anarchy has always been low rent.How are the meetings organized?
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