He can get everything back in its right place if he’s quick 15. August 2012 “He can get everything back in its right place if he’s quick” – After Ellen by Justin Taylor
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Now these are uniquely European traffic “barriers” a whole different animal. I’ll look for a US equivalent.
Yes, after your comment I thought a little bit about it and concluded that these don’t belong to the traffic cone species. They are not cones. They are immobile. Perhaps bollard might be the right term? I have only seen them in Paris as I recall – definitely not European. French species perhaps.
Wait a second…….is that my little asphalt eating friend from a different angle?
Nope, it’s another one. A species addicted to asphalt perhaps? These are yellow/white while yesterday’s were grey/white.
It’s amazing how a different perspective or point of view gives this scene an entirely new meaning. Of course, the quote does help.
I am sorry – the b/w is evil sometimes with no hint of colours. Different day, different barriers, different street.
He must have paid the city a great deal to have them allow his garage to block the street. Someone with that much influence should be able to take all the time they need. I see people run into these traffic barriers all the time. They just have no respect.
LOL – if there were at least a little bit of sense or logic in the placement of these barriers … I don’t get it. I didn’t get it then and I don’t get it now.
What happens in city streets often makes no sense, but urbanites just keep on going with little notice or concern no matter where they live.
Yes, usually it’s the tourist who senses the nonsense.