Monday Zen and other Unsure Things
The underbelly of Pasadena with derelict shopping carts, trash and combustible weeds. This is the part we aren't supposed to see or talk about. I believe there's a population of homeless who live nearby.
double coupon dayscannot save us from our fateeverything falls down
Clean up in aisle 134!
Another bum bites the dust.
too much coffee makes your cart steering unstable and makes you fall down embankments on the Arroyo!or, maybe it is what you put IN the coffee!
A homeless women has been robbed of all her worldly belongings by a bunch of wayward jazz dancers who’ve fallen on hard times with the whole mortgage crisis and everything.
humming in my headdissonant with twirling wheelcommands cart release
Elaine! You trumped my haiku ace! Nicely done, grasshopper...
What a juxtaposition. Natural and unnatural debris.
Love the haiku!
shopping carts and Carl's Jr. What a deadly combination.
Why, that's the getaway vehicle and empty fuel container!
Run free little cart, I spotted your brethren in Pan City sunday trying to escape its corporate shackels as well...http://www.flickr.com/photos/frazgo/2727885997/
"Up and down those aisles all day. It's so nice to get a chance to lie down and take a load off my aching wheels. Good night dear. I'll turn the light off and join you just as soon as I see Petrea's Olympics commercial. Hope it comes on soon. I've already downed one cup of coffee trying to stay awake. Zzzzzz."
Trollycide! Sad but it happens. How we abaondon the old and unwanted, just beacause their left wheel no longer functions properly.They shoot horses don't they?
Don't drink and shop! It'll kill ya.
I sat here and wrote charming, considered responses to each of you. Then I tried to post them and Blogger lost them.That must mean they're not necessary, because you all said enough charming, interesting things.Thank you so much for visiting and commenting. I'm always grateful.
I must take this opprotunity to plug one of my favorite books: http://www.strayshoppingcart.com/
"Nigel, here we see just how complete the destructive impact of America's economic troubles have been even on a great symbol of US purchasing power" - BBC
Kim! Those people are obsessed! It's like a person with OCD has found his calling. Hilarious.L.O.: You may have hit on it.
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