Monday, October 24, 2011

Zen Monday: #168


Zen Monday is the day you interpret the picture and I stay out of the comments box (if I can stand to keep my mouth shut).

Take a look at the photo and tell us what you think. Although sometimes it gets competitive there are no prizes (except bragging rights), so just have fun.

I always do.

13 comments:

altadenahiker said...

If you build it, they will come.

Speedway said...

Good grief, not a palm tree in sight! Is that where "Christine" went to have her oil changed? Is that the recycling center was her old oil was taken?

Steven said...

The National Headquarters of Dick Cheney's new company titled "Win Friends and Influence People the Cheney Way."

Margaret said...

I can't tell if someone is trying to break in or out.

Susan Campisi said...

A bit of Van Nuys in Pasadena

dive said...

It kinda begs the question why such a stern message when nobody in their right mind would ever dream of entering the SERVICE AREA? It looks so classy and enticing I'm wondering what service they provide. Do they spend the day stripping out stolen cars or staging dog fights? Actually I really don't want to know.

Bellis said...

They had great hopes for their first venture into retail, but for some reason, the customers stayed away. They never did work out why.

L Barlow, AIA said...

OSHA only applies to employees. So that means there aren't any. No customers, either. Removes liability while the property owner "land banks" it. Urban blight at its finest. So the caption is, "Send me your CRA funds!"

Which Governor Brown has just sent to the school funding pot. This owner now has a dump sitting at the bottom of the real estate market pit.

Patricia said...

Yikes, I'm just waiting for the junk yard dogs to come running around the corner to pounce on us !!!

Ms M said...

So much for "customer service"...

Clifford Beshers said...

It's like a cemetery: people are dying to get in, but nobody knows why.

Petrea Burchard said...

It seems I've chosen the most depressing photo possible for today's festivities. Fun, wacky Zen Monday! Next week I promise, no signs of poverty.

Trish said...

wow, I know OSHA regulators were tough but, eating thru the fence!?! Or was it that the customers who wandered in had to eat their way out to get away from them?

wv: souri...reminds me of an old Carol Burnett show skit...sourrrriii