Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 07/23/2011


Photo taken on May  7, 2011



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The intrusive metal object in the sky above the multilane road shows a bunch of arrow roadsigns that direct auto drivers to get into this lane or that lane depending on where they think they might supposedly want to end up at.

The intrusive metal object in the sky above the multilane road shows a bunch of arrow roadsigns that direct auto drivers to get into this lane or that lane depending on where they think they might sup
"I need to be in the other lane," and "I don't want to be in this lane," statistically the most frequently-thought thoughts in these environs.

There is only one standardized kind of design-style of above-the-road-arrow-sign-holding-up infrastructure available, for all of the entire wide range of landscape settings, and there it is, pictured above.

If you are ever hangin in this area and you see a Route #4 City Bus in any lanes other than the Lyndale Avenue lanes you need to call 911 to report a possible hijacking. We all need to be watching out for one another, and I am proud of my knowledge of the busroutes.

Plus why'd that church get built crooked.

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In Minneapolis on May 7th, 2011, Hennepin and Lyndale avenues as viewed from the southwest corner of their intersection with Groveland Terrace.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
TE228 Traffic signs and signals—Supports—United States—Pictorial works.
HE5623 Bus travel—United States—Pictorial works.
TL232 Buses—Pictorial works.
HE4491.M563M48 Metro Transit (Minneapolis, Minn.)—Pictorial works.
TE228 Signalized intersections—Pictorial works.
NA5205 Church buildings—United States—Pictorial works.
F614.M543 Minneapolis (Minn.)—Pictorial works.

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