Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 06/27/2011


Photo taken on June  2, 2011



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Maple Avenue
downtown Burlington
2011-06-02
North Carolina Piedmont
Piedmont region
Burlington-Graham
hanging sign
Alamance County
newspaper boxes
arrow sign
Stavro's
Stavro's Grill
diner sign
Allied Fence Company
Allied Fence Co.
Allied Fence
row of newspaper boxes
AT&T van
blue and white stripes
striped planet
AT&T logo
breakfast and lunch
breakfast lunch
chain link fence
concertina wire
grill
planet
power lines
sidewalk
pavement
fence
buildings
downtown
van
arrow
restaurant
paved
diner
June 2011
2011
AT&T
restaurant sign
June
Burlington
North Carolina
storefront
razor wire
chain link
Burlington North Carolina
Alamance County North Carolina
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You're supposed to kill-your-own-meat at the AT&T concertina wire, and then old Stavro's'll cook it up for ya.

You're supposed to kill-your-own-meat at the AT&T concertina wire, and then old Stavro's'll cook it up for ya.
Naaah I'm just kidding that's not what happens. The razorwire's only for making coleslaw, supposedly.

Corp logoes [sic] look all the more sinister when they're glaring at you from behind weaponry-fitted fencings. AT&T's message to people is: "You're gonna look like a head-to-toe Shredded Pork Sandwich once we get finished with ya. We hate you."

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In downtown Burlington, North Carolina, on June 2nd, 2011, outside Stavro's Grill on the east side of Maple Avenue between South Lexington Avenue and South Broad Street.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
NA7856 Restaurants—United States—Pictorial works.
GT3911.A2 Signs and signboards—United States—Pictorial works.
HD69.B7 Business names—United States—Pictorial works.
CS2309 Names, Personal—Pictorial works.
HE8846.A55 AT & T (Firm)—Pictorial works.
TH9732 Wire fencing—Pictorial works.
TL175 Parking lots—Security measures—United States—Pictorial works.
NC1002.L63 Logos (Symbols)—Pictorial works.
F264.B9 Burlington (N.C.)—Pictorial works.

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Art & Architecture Thesaurus term:
chain link fences

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