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People walking around looking at stuff. Weirdos.
"you can walk right by"Can we fly right in?
Is this video made with your iPhone, a FLIP, or what? Seriously!Cheers,take two bananas before going to bed and call someone in the morning!
The video was made with my little Sony digital camera that I use for most everything here.
See... this is why we need marijuana. Somebody who is high wouldn't just walk by a piece of art like that. They would STAAAARE at it and ANALYZZZE all the detail of the BLIIINKING-lighted words.
Yeah, "hate," "death"... must contemplate.
FWIW: My banana comment was obliquely referring to an email from one of my cousins about the value of bananas and why the statement "going bananas" isn't a bad thing.So, everyone go "bananas" except for the trolls who lurk hereabouts, they can go "suck eggs!"
Do you drag Meade along to your weird museums? I'm beginning to understand why you loved the fairy pimps of NYC, but I'm having a hard time fitting Meade into that lifestyle. I guess we hardly know him! :o)
That's it? I thought we'd see Meade taking a baseball bat to that neon sign, or whatever it is.(wouldn't blame him)
It's bad enough that somebody got paid to create that thing, but I just realized that somebody collected a salary to have the museum buy it!I'm in the wrong line of work.
I can make out the words human and nature on that sign, and maybe rain?Is it human nature to become habituated to the presence of a loud glowing sign (that also looks and tick-tocks like a clock - mortality? Time ticking away? Also a peace sign?)I also wonder if the museum guard who has to stand in the presence of that thing isn't slowly slowly going mad...
Yeah, "hate," "death"... must contemplate.Uhhh... ummm... okay... ummm...I'm just gonna slink out the door, quietly and calmly, in a way such that you can see my where my hands are, and leave this virtual town for a while... before I... ummm... get myself murdered.Bye!
Back in my misspent youth flashing neon signs were advertising.Now they're art?
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