Saturday, January 04, 2020

Little Messages Left in Public Places

There is something about little messages left in public places that fascinate me. This little sticker as left in a subway car here in the Washington DC area.  I wonder who left it there, what inspired them to create the sticker, how stealthy there are in leaving them behind?  Kind of like the rubber stamp on the subway sign in Philly

Are you creative enough to do something like this? 

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  1. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, perhaps...

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  2. I can read all except the last line.

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  3. I can think of a few goods ones.

    Once in a Philly restroom, I was in a stall and on the back of the door it read, You can't shit here if you voted for Trump, because your asshole is in DC.

    I enjoyed the hilarity right there sitting.

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    1. That made me laugh.

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    2. I can see maddie leaving comments in public places.
      many have left comments ABOUT maddie in public places too...
      ;-b

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  4. I think that I'm creative enough to think up these things, but too chicken to go beyond the thinking process to the actual posting.

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    1. I would be terrified that someone would ask what I was doing and why

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  5. I wouldn't see the point in doing it, you're probably the only person that noticed it.
    Now Anne Marie's comment about Maddie I did notice... hahaha!

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    1. If we reach but one with the right message, we have changed the world

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  6. My blog is my little message left in a publicly-accessible place.

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    1. It is nice to have our personal wall to scrawl on.

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  7. I’ve had many play in my head but never thought to create a sticker or tag.

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    1. Someday the inspiration will strike.

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  8. Oh this is an excellent idea! I suppose little post-its would have to do don't want to do anything permanent. I would post "Be Kind; Walk Humbly; Do Justice".

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