View Full Version : Through rain, or snow, or rapidly drying concrete
11-13-03, 09:21 AM
This is currently outside my apt.
The end of the road was blocked off with 2 of those orange and white stands, although the one in front of the hole was moved slightly aside already by a driver of a smaller vehicle. Luckily this driver left the scene immediately, so I could take my pics in peace. Not to claim the status of a "real professional" in any one endeavor has been a small price to pay for the many benefits and pleasures of trespassing. ~Leo Lionni
11-13-03, 09:33 AM
Brelkor the Blackhammer, The Masta Back Stabba, retired rogue
"Wake up on fire every day
And I never say goodbye
I've never been afraid to die"[i]
11-13-03, 11:14 AM
That's a keeper (Back In Black)
Delissandra Splitshadow - Veteran Deceiver of the Circle of Unseen Hands
Grandmaster Poisoner (250), Master Potter (191), Grandmaster Lush (200)
Needs a big OWNED at the bottom.
11-13-03, 01:20 PM
"That's a keeper"
No such luck, we had to throw the mailtruck back. We've had some other catches, though.
11-13-03, 01:33 PM
Did you at least sift through other people's junk mail while the mailman was gone?
11-13-03, 01:40 PM
Get your limit yet?
11-13-03, 03:33 PM
Very awesome. I'd love to see the cement harden around one tire though, sorta like a permanent statue.
11-13-03, 03:45 PM
For a while I thought we might have permanent statuary in the middle of the street. When a tow-truck dug the mail truck out, the two of them shoved the traffic-blocking-stand-thing as deep into the wet concrete as they could. (Philly hires some smarties, apparently.) The amazing winds knocked it out not much later, though.
I had my fingers crossed for the tire, though. Would have loved to see whatever process would be used to get it out afterwards.
11-13-03, 05:16 PM
Watch your step, Mr. Mailman!
11-13-03, 10:14 PM
pics don't work :/
11-15-03, 07:08 PM
Llabak . . .
You are strange. where anger is big and fueled by hydrogen