Wednesday, January 25, 2006


I'm not sure if anyone remembers this post from last June, about how when I take photographs of orange things, they tend to... disappear, or things around them do.

Well, I recently learned that this phenomenon appears to work in reverse (inverse? converse? contrapositive?) as well.

Remember the naked bankers?

Well, they're gone. Replaced by something... orange (Orange isn't even Parkvale's color! All their other stuff is green!).

But, on the plus side, I totally found out where the HOT SEX is.

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four legs good said...

Oh, now that's just fucked up. They covered that gorgeous frieze with a fucking ORANGE awning?

Please tell me it wasn't cause some fundies complained.


Elmo said...

Well, did the horny goatweed work?

P. Drāno said...

Not many people know this, but in ancient Greece banking was almost always conducted naked. It was only in Hellenistic times that a sort of goatskin unitard was worn.
By the way, I admire the contrast of the 'Goatweed' package and the patterned iron background - I assume that's a hatch covering on the pavement?

Eli said...

Well, it's a good thing I'm not a Hellenistic banker, then...

Yes, I believe that was a hatch, presumably leading to the Underground Goatweed Repository.