why is there a floor drain? i'm sure the ceiling is in perfectly good condition and i would bet there are more floors above this one... and the last guy. yeah i want to meet him. heck yeah
????? · 2011-09-08: 12:47
This can't be floor drain, that would only make sense if it was the interior of a slaughter house...as for the guy at the end of the line: that meeting is unavoidable, no matter what we do...Great post, Michael, it puts stuff in perspective for us!
'jingle bells, batman smells, robin laid an egg...'
that skeleton illustrates perfectly how would robin look like while laying an egg.
on the other hand making him part of exposition - it's some kind of desecration of cemetery and/or corpse - even if that neanderthaler died a long time ago.
Congrats on FP! Drainage for mopping the floor... in a museum??? On the one hand, the 2nd photo is well done and funny, on the other... is it real or a synthetic model? I am very against that Chinese exhibition, because I feel that EVERYONE, even homeless, deserves a normal burial...
Whatever the reason for the floor drain (which personally I think is just there for stylish looks, because when every other logical reason ceases to explain, 'artistic flair' is usually the last & best reason).... I like it. I love the slightly off-symmetry of the walls opposing the drains obvious one, lends a neat trippy factor to it. The last guy...well he appears actually pretty casually humorous, lol.
Congrats on the FP!