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April 10, 2008

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John

I would say that most of these public art pieces do suck.

retro vertigo

you're funny.
I got such a kick out of your tone here.

PIBs

RTFM gees
i mean WTF lol
gees

Granddaddy Long Legs

You should also add "The Awakening" (Haines Point in Washington, DC) -- more commonly known to local residents as "the giant man in the bath tub," or "the giant man in the bubble bath" when it happens to snow. We used to watch people climb into his mouth for a picture, only to get mad when they realized there's ten inches of water in the bottom, and now they'll be doing the tourist thing in wet socks and shoes for the rest of the day.

Here's a picture: https://www.phil.muni.cz/~farkasov/ceskaverze/foto1/washa.jpg

TheMovie Whore

Some of those are just down right freaky. Cool but freaky.

KEEP THEM COMING - I ENJOY THEM VERY MUCH
TKSK53

lain e.

Number 3 doesn't suck, but it does blow.

Hayley

The Device to Root Out Evil is now located in Calgary Alberta. The artist is Dennis Oppenheim.

michelle

These pieces dont suck. Its your lack of good taste thats sucks...sorry to say.

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