click on pictures to enlargeApparently the owners of this market think that the world as a whole is nice enough to hold hands and sing Kumbayyah, but this particular neighborhood isn't nice enough to allow loitering outside--nor can its residents be trusted enough not to smash the windows, which explains the large roll-up window covers.
I'm sure this graffiti "artist" will be very happy to live under sharia law. Let's not forget: the fastest way to end a war is to surrender.
Apparently representations of the Virgin Mother are important enough for people to walk on.
Free Tibet by painting Sacramento's sidewalks. Why didn't I think of that? You know what I thought of most when I saw this? "They sure don't wear stylish glasses in Tibet."
THINK before you break the law, you graffiti vandal.
Are we supposed to "obey" the crying baby? Just what are we supposed to "think" when we see this display? You know what I think? "Nice house. Too bad they have that crap out front."
I'll bet these fascists would be more than happy to tell you what to do, and how to live your life. Political messages on the sidewalks are probably OK, as long as they're the right political messages, in this neighborhood. (Update: that sign was put up by the state, so it's not as ominous as I first thought. It's just stupid.)
I'm all about community standards and such, but there's something nanny-state and sinister about that sign.
This individual has an interesting political viewpoint. Bauer/Christ '08?
Notice the reflection in the window. Sacramento isn't the City of Trees for nothing, you know. Camellia Capital of the World, too.