Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Durability II

5 months (above). A year, below:

Last April, I did post with a photo of a neighbor's juniper bushes, showing the remains of some toilet paper somebody wrapped the house and yard with on Hallowe'en 2010. After five months and some fierce rains, there were still bits of it hanging.

Here's the same view today, a year and a day, after the draping.

Forget the presidents on the Dakota hills; toilet paper (and Twinkies), them's the way to go for an enduring monument ...


Justin said...

Just like the liberal media, Steve: Instead of fixing the problem by removing the toilet paper, you just photograph it and complain.

(This entire comment is a joke. Except this part.)

Steve Perry said...

Yep, dat be me, the liberal media.

Saw that Herman Cain, dodging and weaving, said part of the attack on him might be racial. Because, he said, the left is that way, whereas the right isn't, about race.

I sit shocked and amazed. Really? All those rich, white Republicans are ever so much less racist than the Rainbow Coalition?

Damn ...

Justin said...

As I heard Ann Coulter say in a clip: "Our blacks are so much better than their blacks."

Funny how Herman Cain can talk about racism when he himself said -- and I'm paraphrasing -- "I don't know who is the leader of Ubeki-beki stan-stan-stan."

The right sure loves to parade around the scant minorities in their ranks. They are the poster children for the philosophy of "Anyone in American can become an out-of-touch, rich, greedy bastard. Not just white people!"

Sorry. I've just been watching a LOT of news lately.